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2024 Army Camp MVPs: Stroman Bridges earns overall honor

Stroman Bridges couldn’t have finished another West Point visit on a better note,

Bridges, a rising senior from Midland, Texas, was awarded the Class of 2025 overall MVP at Army’s prospect camp Saturday.

“The camp was great,” Bridges said. “I got to work out in front of the coaches I will be playing for eventually.”

Bridges’ athleticism makes the 6-foot, 195-pound rising senior an intriguing commit of Army’s 2025 class. Bridges worked with slotbacks, quarterback and safeties during the camp as well as coach Dane Romero (slotbacks), Aaron Smith (wide receivers), Cody Worley (quarterbacks, offensive coordinator) and Danny Verpaele (safeties).

The weekend started for Bridges with Army’s Knight on the Hudson recruiting event Friday. Bridges became a recruiter, trying to talk recruits into joining him at West Point.

“It was a great weekend,” Bridges said. “I always love being back at my future home. It was great to connect with other commits as well as try to convince some other guys to commit as well.”

Army’s camp drew 170 prospects from across the country. Harrisburg (S.D.) rising senior Sam Knuth earned the Class of 2025 quarterback MVP.

Sequatchie County (Tenn.) defensive end Harrison Smith was named underclassmen defensive MVP.

“My overall experience of the camp was awesome,” said Smith, a rising junior. “It was one of the best camps I have attended. I loved the intensity and the coaching staff was incredible. I attended this camp because I’m interested in playing football at Army and want to serve my country.”

Here’s a list of the 2024 Army June Camp MVPs (If you received an MVP and are not on list, DM @salinterdonato on Twitter to let us know)

Class of 2025
MVP: Stroman Bridges, QB, Midland (Texas) HS
Offensive MVP: Lucas Singleton, Sachem North HS, Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y.
Defensive MVP: Jaylen Noisette, Brunswick School, Greenwich, Conn.
QB Sam Knuth, Harrisburg (S.D.) HS
RB: Tucker James, Byron Nelson HS, Trophy Club, Texas
WR: Chase Cruz, Holy Trinity HS, Hicksville, N.Y.
TE Frank Marchese, The Pennington (N.J.) School
OL: Jake Darby, Lexington (Ky.) Christian Academy
DB: Tim Wallace, Mililani (Hawaii) HS
Special teams: Alessandro Garrett, punter, Chaminade College Prep HS, Los Angeles, Calif.

MVP: Owen Swenson, OL, Brunswick School, Greenwich, Conn.
Offensive MVP: Sayvien Adams, Rancocas Valley Regional HS, Mount Holly, N.J.
Defensive MVP: Harrison Smith, DE, Sequatchie County (Tenn.) HS
RB: Gavin Madigan, Wadsworth (Ohio) HS
WR: Greg Bobersky, Christian Brothers Academy, Albany, N.Y.
TE: John Fraga, Southlake (Texas) Carroll HS
OL: Owen Swenson, Brunswick School, Greenwich, Conn.
LB: A.J. Revella, Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J.
DB: Andres DiGrigoli, First Baptist Academy, Naples, Fla.
Special teams: Joey Schill, Elyria (Ohio) Catholic HS

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