Attention All-American Bowl Candidates having to play their senior season after the early signing period in the Spring. This new schedule will drastically affect your standing in regard to football scholarship offers. Presently most colleges make their final prospect decisions by January or February after viewing senior seasons one last time. Many colleges also rely on All-American Bowl games to also make critical decisions on offers. They feel the true test is evaluating these high profile athletes competing against one another.
Should you be selected for an All-American game prior to your Spring senior season, you will be deemed ineligible for league play if you participate in the Bowl game. However, there is a possible solution to this problem. You can request a waiver from the governing body of your league to allow you to showcase yourself before your spring senior season. We strongly suggest you contact your head coach or athletic director stating your claim and getting direction to start the process.
Nominations Accepted for Blue-Grey All-American Bowl
Due in large part to the popular demand, and the recent rapid growth of Blue-Grey Football, not only are four
Blue-Grey All-American Bowl: A Closer Look
Before moving on at the next level in college, the common goal for many of the nation’s premier prospects in
Blue-Grey Football Alumni Update: Patrick Mahomes (2018)
Since the inception of the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl nearly a decade ago, plenty of prospects, some of them
Dawkins Inducted to Hall of Fame
It’s no real big secret, the collection of talent when it comes to the NFL veterans who’ve coached with Blue-Grey
Each and every year, many of the region’s top prospects, under-the-radar types too, assemble for the Blue-Grey All-American Combine (Rocky Mountain Super). This time around was no different from the recent past, as NFL veterans Mark McMillian, Sean White and Michael Ray Garvin...