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2022 COMMITMENT TRACKER
QB * Kai Kunz * Kansas * Andover Central, KS
QB * Cam’Ron McCoy * Eastern Michigan * St. Mary’s, MO
QB * Blake Kendall * James Madison * DeMatha Catholic, MD
RB * Shoka Griffin * Ball State * Muncie Central, IN
RB * Tharon Davis * Arkansas State * Newport, AR
RB * Karl Ligon * Tulane * Autauga Academy, AL
RB * Jordin Lennon * Norfolk State * York, VA
WR * Kamron Bibby * Arkansas * El Dorado, AR
WR * Tyler Vroman * Michigan State * Rockford, MI
WR * Jameel Gardner * Kent State * Cass Tech, MI
WR * Rayshawn Manning * Youngstown State * St. Edward, OH
TE * Thomas Wadsworth * Central Florida * Melbourne, FL
TE * Cameron Paul * Southeast Missouri * Kirkwood, MO
TE * Tyler Siddons * Central Arkansas * Salem, AR
OL * Brad Harris * Rutgers * St. Joseph’s Prep, NJ
OL * Hastings Carruth * Mississippi State * Parklane Academy, MS
OL * Roger Carreon * Boise State * Jal, NM
OL * Wil Saxton * Southern Miss * Benton Academy, MS
OL * Wesley King * Wyoming * Appleton North, WI
OL * Evan Duff * Indiana * Evansville Memorial, IN
OL * Zach Cochnauer * Minnesota * Farmington, MN
OL * Devin Runnels * Michigan State * Beecher, MI
OL * Jayson Montgomery-Scott * Air Force * Brother Martin, LA
OL * Willliam Diggins * Central Arkansas * Bryant, AR
OL * Hayden Todd * Western Kentucky * Knoxville, TN
OL * Tahj Martin * Grambling State * Lewisville, TX
OL * Beau Sellers * Troy * Wicksburg, MS
OL * Alec Falk * Air Force * Palmer Ridge, CO
OL * Quinten Christensen * South Dakota State * Wellington Springs, SD
OL * Trace Williams-Mitchel * Air Force * Columbine, CO
OL * Greg Knox * McNeese State * Peabody, LA
OL * Kameron Wright * Ohio * Grainville, OH
OL * Taron Williams * North Carolina * South Mecklenberg, NC
OL * Tederian Blair * Central Arkansas * Osceola, AR
OL * Quentin Duffy * Murray State * Lexington Christian, KY
OL * Trace Norfleet * Rice * Prestonwood Christian, TX
OL * Conner Yazell * Marshall * Bourbon County, KY
OL * Jack Plote * Northern Arizona * Mountain Pointe, AZ
OL * Dalton Lyons * Grambling State * Benjamin, FL
OL * Cheylin Peine * Cental Arkansas * Anderson County, KS
OL * Ryan Hacker *Tennessee Tech * IMG Academy, FL
OL * Nick Lober * Southern Utah * Mountain Ridge, UT
OL * Cooper Sheehan * New Mexico State * Permian, TX
DB * Brannan Mannix * Colorado State * Colleyville Heritage, TX
DB * Rick Coleman * Cornell * Harvey, OH
DB * Davion Williams * Charleston Southern * Frostproof, FL
DB * Blair Schonhorst * Ball State * Christian Brothers, MO
DB * Justus Johnson * Murray State * Christian Brothers, MO
LB * Chance Clements * Oklahoma State * Stillwater, OK
LB * Dillon Stowers * Army * Liberty Christian, VA
LB * Helaman Ofahengaue * Utah * Lehi, UT
LB * Hunter Haemker * New Mexico * La Cueva, NM
LB * Carson Hintz * Arkansas State * St. Pius X, TX
LB * Emmerick Dopona * North Texas * Marcus, TX
DL * Jahiem Lawson * Clemson * Daniel, SC
DL * Drew Logan * Cincinnati * Hoover, OH
DL * Ben Armstrong * Texas * Rouse, TX
DL * Mason Jacobsen * Boise State * Rocky Mountain, ID
DL * Jace Sifore * South Dakota State * Howard, SD
DL * Andon Carpenter * Kansas * Derby, KS
DL * C.J. Harvey * Alabama A&M * St. Edward, OH
DL * Gabriel Marable * Alcorn State * Dutchtown, LA

Blue-Grey Football was established in 1989 and the founders were Gus Bell and his son Erik Bell. Together, they established the brand to help prep prospects from all over the country receive national exposure and increase their chances to secure scholarships to a college, whether that be at the NCAA Division I level, Div. II or III, also NAIA or Junior College.

Fast forward, and today, Blue-Grey Football proudly hosts All-American Combines (Regional and Super levels) located at venues all over the country, with most of them taking place inside stadiums and practice facilities that are home to teams from the NFL.

Canton Ohio’s Pro Football Hall of Fame is one of many stops along the way. Cincinnati Bengals’ Paul Brown Stadium is another. Same thing can be said about training facilities for the Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs, Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals.

Do well when given the opportunity during these workouts in front of the coaching staff comprised of NFL veterans, as well as a team of experienced scouts, then recruits are selected to participate in the exclusive and invite-only Blue-Grey All-American Bowl.

On a yearly basis, the nation’s best compete in the game, whether the venue has been Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium, Buccaneers’ Raymond James Stadium, Falcons’ Mercedes Benz Stadium, Jaguars’ EverBank Field, Texans’ NRG Stadium or Raiders’ Coliseum.

Blue-Grey Football continues to grow, and grow, as the annual All-American Bowls have become must-see events with college coaches from all over the country interested in the results. Beforehand, of course, the All-American Combines are the big draw.

Fox Sports, CBS Sports and USA Today are media members who routinely provide coverage, along with ESPN.com, Scout.com, Rivals.com and 247Sports.com. Bottom line: Gus Bell and Erik Bell discovered a winning formula with Blue-Grey Football.

 

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