U.S. Army All-American Bowl

U.S. Army All-American Bowl

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is a high school football all-star game typically held in early January in the U.S. state of Texas. Currently played in the Alamodome in San Antonio, the game features high school athletes that excel on both the football field and in the classroom.cite web|title = U.S. Army All-American Bowl|url = http://www.goarmy.com/events/aab/index.jsp|publisher = GoArmy.com|date = |accessdate = 2007-10-24] The Pete Dawkins Trophy is presented to the game's MVP.

The game was first played on December 30, 2000, in Highlander Stadium in Dallas, Texas.cite web|title = U.S. Army All-American Past Games|url = http://usarmy.scout.com/a.z?s=423&p=3&blipid=12999|publisher = Scout.com|date = |accessdate = 2007-10-24] Since then, however, the game has annually been played inside the Alamodome in San Antonio. Alumni from the first game in 2000 included Kevin Jones and Marlin Jackson, two current players in the NFL. Other notable alumni include Adrian Peterson,Brady Quinn,Tommie Harris and Haloti Ngata. Recently, 24 Army All-Americans were selected in the 2007 NFL Draft, adding to the current total of 63 alumni that have been selected.

Since the game's inception, attendance has risen from 6,300 for the inaugural game in 2000 to 35,151 for the latest game in 2007.cite web|title = West beats East in All-American Bowl|url = http://www.army.mil/-news/2007/01/07/1247-west-beats-east-in-all-american-bowl/index.html|publisher = Army.mil|accessdate = 2007-10-24]

Game results

"East victories are shaded ██ red. West victories shaded ██ gold.

Notable Alumni


*Brett Basanez
*Xavier Beitia
*Chauncey Davis
*Trai Essex
*Patrick Estes
*Dustin Fox
*Anttaj Hawthorne
*Marlin Jackson
*Kevin Jones
*Craphonso Thorpe
*Leon Williams
*Pierre Woods

*Lorenzo Alexander
*Titus Adams
*Derek Anderson
*Michael Clayton
*Shaun Cody
*Cedric Griffin
*Tommie Harris
*Marquise Hill
*Cedric Houston
*Jeb Huckeba
*Derrick Johnson
*Cory Ross
*Jonathan Scott
*Kevin Simon
*Marcus Spears
*Andrew Whitworth
*Ben Wilkerson


*Travarous Bain
*Heath Benedict
*Will Blackmon
*Ahmad Brooks
*Levi Brown
*Maurice Clarett
*Thomas Clayton
*A.J. Davis
*James "Buster" Davis
*Anthony Fasano
*Nick Mangold
*Tyler Palko
*Gerald Riggs, Jr.
*Maurice Stovall

*Anthony Arline
*Justin Blalock
*Lorenzo Booker
*Dominique Byrd
*Marcus Freeman
*Chris Frome
*Dedrick Harrington
*T.A. McLendon
*Vickiel Vaughn
*Kamerion Wimbley
*Rhema McKnight
*Reggie McNeal
*Haloti Ngata
*Kasey Studdard
*Kyle Williams
*Rodrique Wright
*Vince Young (MVP)


*Victor Abiamiri
*Xavier Adibi
*Afa Anoa'i, Jr.
*Adarius Bowman
*Prescott Burgess
*Andre Caldwell
*John Carlson
*Tim Castille
*Joe Cohen
*Shawn Crable
*Antonio Cromartie
*Vernon Davis
*Tavares Gooden
*Chris Leak (MVP)
*Bryan Mattison
*Ryan Mundy
*Greg Olsen
*Brady Quinn
*Arron Sears
*Jayson Swain
*Joe Thomas
*Travis Thomas
*Donte Whitner
*Tom Zbikowski

*Tarell Brown
*Sam Baker
*Chris Barrett
*Reggie Bush
*Leon Hall
*Ryan Harris
*Whitney Lewis
*Jarvis Moss
*Drew Radovich
*Bret Smith
*Steve Smith
*Limas Sweed
*Drew Tate
*LenDale White
*Kyle Wright


*Adrian Arrington
*Brian Brohm
*Xavier Carter
*Dan Connor
*Fred Davis
*Ted Ginn, Jr. (MVP)
*Chad Henne
*Dwayne Jarrett
*Xavier Lee
*Chris Long
*Keith Rivers

*Rhett Bomar
*Alan Branch
*Early Doucet
*Lendy Holmes
*Zach Miller
*Frank Okam
*Adrian Peterson
*Jordan Shipley
*Matt Tuiasosopo
*Marcus Walker


*Troy Bauer
*Jake Christensen
*Jonathan Crompton
*Brian Cushing
*Justin King
*Rashard Mendenhall
*Michael Oher
*Greg Paulus
*Kenny Phillips
*Fred Rouse
*Patrick Turner
*Derrick Williams

*Travis Beckum
*Jamaal Charles
*DeSean Jackson (MVP)
*Rey Maualuga
*Derek Pegues
*Ryan Perriloux
*Ryan Reynolds
*Mark Sanchez
*Reggie Smith
*Jonathan Stewart


*Percy Harvin
*Vidal Hazelton
*Micah Johnson
*Demetrius Jones
*LeSean McCoy
*Myron Rolle
*Andre Smith
*C.J. Spiller
*Tim Tebow
*Chris Wells (MVP)
*Sam Young

*David Ausberry
*Michael Goodson
*Sergio Kindle
*Taylor Mays
*Gerald McCoy
*DeMarco Murray
*Mitch Mustain
*Jevan Snead


*Marvin Austin
*Arrelious Benn
*Eric Berry
*John Brantley
*Noel Devine
*Tyrod Taylor

*Jimmy Clausen
*Chris Galippo (MVP)
*Everson Griffen
*Ryan Mallett
*Joe McKnight
*Kristofer O'Dowd
*Marc Tyler


*Arthur Brown
*Terrelle Pryor (MVP)

*Darrell Scott
*RJ Washington


Sportslink, the producers of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl also sponsor Football University.


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