Cibolo Steele running back Brenden Brady was added to the West roster of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Monday night, as first reported from David Hinojosa of the San Antonio Express-News. Per the report, Brady’s spot is an injury replacement.
The Rice commit is reportedly taking the place of Long Beach Poly (Calif.) standout Jalen Hall.
Cibolo Steele RB and Rice commit Brendan Brady was added because of the fact Jalen Hall did not show up for the #ArmyBowl.
— Greg Powers 🏟 (@GPowers247) January 2, 2018
The standout running back finished his senior season with 1,944 yards and 25 touchdowns on the year and was a second-team selection of the Associated Press Sports Editors Class 6A All-state team. Brady played a pivotal role as the Knights advanced to the state championship in 2016 and the state quarterfinals this past season.
Brady also becomes the second Steele player to be participating in the game, joining safety and Texas commit Caden Sterns and No. 12 overall from Texas.
The game kicks off Saturday at noon Central Time from the Alamodome.
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