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U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game
U.S. Army All-American Bowl pregame hand shake.

Schedule of Events

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is much more than a football game. See all the events that take place during Bowl Week that make this a showcase of many diverse talents.

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U.S. Army All-American Bowl Game

Player Bios

See all the talented players who made up the East and West teams. They exemplified what it means to be a successful individual, while also working as part of a team — their leadership skills were evident on and off the field.

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Marching Band

On game day, 125 of the finest high school senior marching musicians and color guard members from across the country will perform during halftime of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio.

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U.S. Army All-American Bowl Alumni

U.S. Army All-American Bowl Alumni

Since 2001, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl has showcased the versatility and adaptability of the nation's premier high school football talent. Only the most elite wear our colors - see some of the best to ever play in the Bowl.

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Award for Excellence

U.S. Army Pro Football Hall of Fame Award for Excellence

The U.S. Army - Pro Football Hall of Fame - Award for Excellence Program seeks to highlight the Nation’s top sophomore, junior and senior high school athletes who exemplify strengths similar to U.S. Army Soldiers; and who not only excel athletically, but who also excel academically and are active in their communities.

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Greg Webb: Tonight was just a nice little competition between West and East; eating, push-ups competition and sit-ups, and even the Soldiers joined in, that was good.

MSG Carlos Valarezo: I used to play football myself, I can relate in many ways. His practices are long hours, going hungry, thirsty, hit, hurting, still driving on, same thing with the military.

The only thing that's different between us two right now is that we have different uniforms.

In the military is doesn't matter what nationality, what race, what gender you are, you become a family, brothers and sisters no matter where you go. Wherever there green grass there a brother or sister for you.

And even though I don't know a lot of these people out here, they're wearing this uniform and I know I can rely and fall back on. Same thing with him, with his teammates, what makes me feel closer to him and all the rest of them, is they got that same bond.

And now they get mixed up here in the All-American Bowl not knowing each other, now they've got to function as a team. Team will fall apart if you got one or two that can't work together.

Greg Webb: It feels good, it feels good to be representing for what my whole family stands for the most part. Getting to represent what my mom stands for and what she believes.

I love my country and I love what the Army stands for. If I weren't a football player I would most definitely be in the Army.