U.S. Army All-American Bowl

 

2014 U.S. ARMY ALL-AMERICAN BOWL, WEST DEFEATED EAST 28-6


The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is the premier high school football event in the country, featuring more than 90 of America’s best senior high school football players. The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is played annually at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, and broadcast live on NBC. In 2014, the Bowl drew a crowd of 40,017, the second largest to date. The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is an iconic high school all-star event, as well as a must-see for recruiting pundits nationwide for over a decade. 

Since its inception, the Bowl has been a launching pad for college and NFL stars, including Adrian Peterson, Patrick Peterson, Andrew Luck. More than 200 Army All-Americans currently play in the NFL and more than 1,000 have played for NCAA universities and colleges. Every April, some of our alumni officially enter the professional ranks during the NFL Draft.

Many of today’s biggest stars made their national television debuts during the Bowl, some with special and time-tested plays. These highlights include many that have been replayed throughout the years on sports shows and NFL telecasts, including

DeSean Jackson’s infamous missed touchdown and Ted Ginn Jr.’s first televised kickoff return for a touchdown, which was voted the “Best Play of the Decade” by our fans.

As the Bowl has grown, so have the activities associated with it during Bowl Week. There is also the U.S. Army National Combine that provides 500 of the nation’s elite underclassmen the opportunity to display their abilities on a national stage. Supported by FBU personnel, FBU’s partner Athletic Republic, and cadets from the U.S. Army’s ROTC programs, the National Combine gives athletes a unique blend of educational opportunities and exposure to the highest tech in Combine testing.

Although not a requirement, in recent years multiple FBU alumni, including several who made their mark at the season-ending FBU TOP GUN event, have participated in the National Combine and All-American Bowl. They include 29 stars of the 2014 Bowl, including quarterbacks Kyle Allen & Will Greir, running back Joe Mixon, Sony Michel and Elijah Hood, and many more.

All FBU alumni and their families are invited to attend the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and each year FBU hosts an event for all alumni in attendance.  This year alone we have 29 FBU alumni participating in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, you can follow along with their journey here: FBU to USAAB Connection.

To learn more about the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and the U.S. Army National Combine, please visit www.usarmyallamericanbowl.com and www.usarmycombine.com.