David Gbenda recognized for prestigious Under Armour All-America Football Game selection

The countdown for the game begins as UnderArmour visits Gbenda at CRHS on the American Family Insurance National Selection tour

Sarah Sheikh, Features Editor

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  • Senior LB David Gbenda was recognized Thursday by UnderArmour for selection in the 2019 All-America game scheduled Jan. 3 in Orlando. This game features the nation's top 100 elite players as selected by UnderArmour.

    USA Today

  • Gbenda is surrounded by teammates at his UnderArmour All-America Team jersey presentation ceremony Thursday.

  • Senior David Gbenda receives his jersey for his selection in the UnderArmour All-America game in Orlando Jan. 3.

    Alice Liang

  • Senior David Gbenda enjoys a proud moment with his CRHS coaches at his UnderArmour All-America team jersey presentation Thursday in the LGI. Gbenda was selected as one of the top 100 players for the nationally televised all-star game Jan.3 in Orlando.

    Alice Liang

  • Gbenda tries on his new UnderArmour All-America Team jersey and takes in the moment.

    Alice Liang

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Senior linebacker David Gbenda was selected to be one of the top 100 recruits in the nation for Under Armour’s All America football game to take place on January 3rd at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. Gbenda is a recognized recruit by ESPN, and one of the top prospects in Texas. The game will be televised live on ESPN2 at 6 p.m. central. He received this honor for his accomplishments on the field as part of the varsity football team. Gbenda was presented his Under Armour jersey Thursday morning in front of coaches, teachers, friends, and team members during a special UnderArmour /American  Family Insurance Selection Tour presentation in the school’s LGI room. Gbenda received national press coverage from USA Today for his selection honor.

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