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Future Wolverine Aidan Hutchinson has monster game at U.S. Army All-American Bowl

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The incoming freshman showed the nation what he can do against top tier talent.

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Some of college football’s highest recruited incoming freshman played at a high stage Saturday in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

Three future Wolverines participated in the game, and actually all played on the West team — linebacker Cameron McGrone, offensive lineman Jalen Mayfield and defensive end Aidan Hutchinson.

All three played pretty well, but it was clear that Hutchinson was the best defensive player on the West team, racking up four tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks, including one sack on the nation’s No. 1 overall recruit, quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

The video below is Hutchinson’s sack on East quarterback Jarren Willams.

McGrone acknowledged Hutchinson’s big game on Twitter.

Even Michigan punter Brad Robbins was cognizant of Hutchinson’s performance.

If you are someone who wasn’t aware of Hutchinson’s game, maybe now it is time to hop on that bandwagon. Hutchinson, along with McGrone and defensive back Myles “Spider” Sims, are some of the players in Michigan’s 2018 class that I believe can become super stars. But Hutchinson at the very least proved yesterday the sky is the limit for him.