Bush's father confirmed to USCFootball.com on Saturday that his son was going to become a Trojan, but that still really didn't spoil the moment as he announced to the nation on TV that he was going to play for the Men of Troy.
Bush (left) didn't disappoint on the field either, racking up 66 yards rushing on 11 attempts. He looked at times to be the only true offensive threat the West had in the game - one in which it was only to rack up 98 yards of total offense.
The Trojans then got another present when four-star running back LenDale White joined Bush, a five-star selection, by committing to USC.
"I picked USC because it was in my heart," White, who had 19 yards rushing, said. "I'm not scared of playing with Reggie in the same backfield.
"He puts his pants on the same way that I do, and you can't be afraid of the competition. We've actually become pretty close here this week and we're going to be roommates at SC."
Leak, who was the game's star on offense, then capped the commitments up by pledging to Florida. It was really one of the worst kept secrets this week in San Antonio as word buzzed from the East squad about Leak becoming a Gator.
But the drama was still worth watching, as Leak read from a prepared statement and then said the magic words Gator fans were looking for.
"I'm going to the University of Florida," he said. "I'm going to be a Gator."
Leak then completed the show by putting on a Florida hat, holding a Gator helmet and then flinging three touchdown passes.
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