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SAN ANTONIO- The U.S. Army All-American Bowl gives players a chance to shine on a national spotlight. On Saturday at the Alamodome, it was a hometown product that was among the brightest to shine.

Cibolo Steele safety Caden Sterns led the way on defense for the West Team, finishing with two interceptions en route to a 17-16 win over the East.

The first interception came early in the first quarter against Clemson signee Trevor Lawrence of the East as he did a great job eyeing where the top-ranked quarterback in the nation was looking to go with the football.

The second interception came at a pivotal point in the game, where he picked off another Lawrence pass that he returned into East territory. That pick set up the eventual go-ahead touchdown pass from USC commit J.T. Daniels to Bellaire Episcopal standout Jaylen Waddle for the go-ahead score.

Sterns was one of three San Antonio prospects playing in the game and one of several defensive backs who will be heading to Austin as part of the strong recruiting haul under Tom Herman.

He was one of the stars of the game Saturday and Longhorn fans will look forward to when he can step on the field in Austin in 2018.

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