East Texas high school defensive lineman competes in Houston's Under Armour All-America Camp Series

Houston, Texas (KETK) - On Sunday, one of the top East Texas high school football players got a chance to compete among the best at the Under Armour All-America Camp Series in Houston.

Keivie Rose, a 6'2", 242-pound sophomore at Henderson High School, represented the defensive line, wearing No. 55 for the Black Team.

For the 2016 season, Rose earned the Defensive Newcomer of the Year superlative for the District 9-4A, Division I All-District Football Team.

According to Scout.com, Rose has drawn interest from Oklahoma State. 24/7 Sports reports he's always caught the eyes of LSU and TCU.

The Under Armour All-America Camp Series offers a fresh take in football instruction and training. It is the only platform to offer a highly experienced and knowledgeable coaching staff as well as technical, position-specific football drills with additional combine instruction.

The event allows the student-athlete the opportunity to display their skills in the iLLSPEED Challenge, Big Man Challenge and one-on-one drills.

The Under Armour All-America Camp Series offers a unique opportunity to showcase, train and learn what it takes to become an All-American athlete. At the conclusion of each event, selected players will earn the right to play in the UA All-America Game & Future 50 in Orlando.
 


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