Posted: 12:11 am Friday, January 6th, 2012

Jean-Louis, Dunker, Young quiet in Under Armour All-America Game 

By Matt Porter

It was a quiet night for the top recruits in the area in Thursday’s Under Armour All-America Game in St. Petersburg.

Angelo Jean-Louis, shown here in an All-America practice Tuesday, couldn't haul in several errant passes in Thursday's game. (InsideTheU.com)

Angelo Jean-Louis, shown here in an All-America practice Tuesday, couldn't haul in several errant passes in Thursday's game. (InsideTheU.com)

In an ESPN-televised event that included top seniors from all across the country and most of Florida’s best, the White team rolled past the Black team 49-16.

Boynton Beach’s Jessamen Dunker, a Florida commit, started the game at right guard for the White team and handled most of his assignments with ease.

Starting as a receiver and return man for the Black team, Palm Beach Central’s Angelo Jean-Louis (left), a Miami commit, was targeted seven times and had one catch for 7 yards.

Palm Beach Gardens’ Avery Young entered the game on the Black team’s third offensive series and played left tackle. Young is uncommitted and considering Auburn, Florida, Georgia and Miami.

Future watch: Near the end of the telecast, Glades Day junior Kelvin Taylor’s name was included in a list of prospective players for next season’s game.