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Former Booker T. Washington WR Jacorey Brooks Accepts Invitation To UA All-America Game

Andrew Ivins, 247Sports

Former Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL.) wide receiver, Jacorey Brooks, will be playing with some of the nation’s top players in the 2021 class at Camping World Stadium (Orlando, FL) early next year.

Brooks, who’ll be attending at IMG Academy next fall, will be playing in the 2021 Under Armour All-America Game, he announced Thursday afternoon. The game is set to be played on January 2.

The Sunshine State’s highest-rated wide receiver joins a long list of South Florida prospects to have accepted an invite to the Under Armour game. St. Thomas Aquinas’ Bralon Brown and Jaydon Hood, Plantation’s Jacolby George, University School’s Marcus Tate, Miami Central’s Laurence Seymore, Chaminade Madonna’s Terrence Lewis, McArthur’s Kevin Knowles and Miami Palmetto’s Leonard Taylor, Jason Marshall, Savion Collins and Brashard Smith all plan to participate in the nationally televised contest.

Former Miami Northwestern High School and current Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, Amari Cooper, was invited to play at the All-America game in 2012, recording a 75-yard touchdown catch and a 93-yard punt return for six points. Cooper played at the University of Alabama, where Brooks verbally committed to in June.

Garnering 99 catches for over 1,280 yards and 18 touchdowns, Brooks led Booker T Washington (Miami, FL.) to a 4A state title, their first since 2017. His impressive junior campaign recognized him as a MaxPreps Junior All-American and a Miami Herald All-Dade 5A-2A first-team selection.

247Sports’ Composite rankings lists Brooks as the No. 2 wide receiver in the country and No. 27 overall player in the 2021 class.

The five-star wideout’s first game in an Ascenders uniform will be against a loaded Miami Northwestern squad, who have captured three consecutive state titles.

Michael Yero covers the Miami Heat, Miami Hurricanes, Miami Dolphins and South Florida High School sports for 305Sports. He’s born and raised in Miami, currently attending Immaculata LaSalle High School.

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