Due in large part to popular demand, and the recent rapid growth of Blue-Grey Football, this year not only has a fourth All-American Bowl been added to the mix, but the brand’s staff is also considering additional prospects in the Class of 2018 for each one of the games.
The schedule follows: East vs. West at Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium on Dec. 18, North vs. South at Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium on Jan. 6, Blue vs. Grey at Jacksonville Jaguars’ EverBank Field on Jan. 13, and again, East vs. West at AT&T Stadium on Jan. 22.
Individuals from all over the country, with a college-ready skill set, are eligible to participate in the All-American Bowl. Nominations for the upcoming games are currently being accepted (click on this link).
Similar to year’s past, naturally with the games taking place in an NFL facility, the brand’s staff of well-known NFL veterans will coach at the All-American Bowl. All the action will be nationally broadcast on ESPN3 (click on this link) or Impact Football Network (click on this link).
Prospects who have competed in the game in the past have experienced success in college, and beyond, both on and off the field. Safe to say, the list of alumni is particularly impressive (link for Class of 2017, link for Class of 2016, link for Class of 2015, link for Class of 2014).
Now is the time for prospects in the Class of 2018 to take advantage of the opportunity and possibly join the esteemed company of their predecessors. The process, as mentioned above, starts with a nomination for this year’s All-American Bowl (click on this link).
Moving forward, the brand’s Selection Committee, comprised of administrators, regional scouts and aforementioned NFL veteran coaches, will evaluate nominations for the game. Then, invites will soon be extended to worthy All-American Bowl candidates, so stay tuned.