SAN ANTONIO — The 17th U.S. Army All-American Bowl kicks off on Saturday, pitting the nation’s most talented recruits against each other.
Before SEC fans see these stars light it up in the nation’s best conference next season, they can watch them go head to head in the Alamodome. 5-star recruits Richard LeCounte III (Georgia), Aubrey Solomon (Alabama or Georgia), and Najee Harris (Alabama) impressed all week. Some of the biggest names in attendance will announce their college decisions on Saturday.
What time is the Army All-American Bowl?
The Army All-American Bowl kicks off at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, Jan. 7, from the Alamodome in San Antonio.
What channel is showing the Army All-American Bowl?
NBC will broadcast the Army All-American Bowl.
How can I stream the Army All-American Bowl online?
The game can be streamed at NBCSports.com, with your cable provider login.
Who is committing at the Army All-American Bowl?
5-star Calabasas (Calif.) CB Darnay Holmes
Holmes committed to UCLA.
5-star Grand Prairie (Texas) CB Jeffrey Okudah
Okudah committed to Ohio State.
5-star Graham (Wash.) OT Foster Sarell
The nation’s No. 2 player picked Stanford.
4-star Los Angeles (Calif.) WR Jamire Calvin
In a surprise, Calvin picked Oregon State.
4-star Las Vegas (Nev.) S Bubba Bolden
Bolden picked USC, his second commitment to the Trojans.
4-star Wylie (Texas) RB Eno Benjamin
Benjamin committed to Arizona State.
4-star Aledo (Texas) OT Chuck Filiaga
Filiaga committed to Michigan
Live blog and score updates
SEC Country will provide live updates and analysis from San Antonio during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Follow along below with our live blog at game time.