LIVE FROM ATLANTA: Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge media day




 

ATLANTA - The Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge presented by adidas kicked off Monday with media day and player registration in downtown Atlanta. The eighth annual Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge will take place Tuesday in Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium, featuring the top high school football players in the country.

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FIVE-STAR CHALLENGE TEAM PREVIEWS: Miami Hurricanes | Arkansas Razorbacks | Illinois Fighting Illini | LSU Tigers | Ohio State Buckeyes | Penn State Nittany Lions | Michigan Wolverines | Clemson Tigers | Alabama Crimson Tide | Florida State Seminoles | Oregon Ducks | Auburn Tigers | Florida Gators | Texas A&M Aggies | Georgia Bulldogs | Kentucky Wildcats | Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets | USC Trojans | Texas Longhorns | Notre Dame Fighting Irish | Oklahoma Sooners

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