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All-American Bowl

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Being selected to participate in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl is an honor reserved for only the Nation’s most exceptional high school football players, as only the strongest wear the Army colors. As a U.S. Army All-American, these young men join the ranks of gridiron greats including Adrian Peterson, Mark Sanchez, Tim Tebow, Andrew Luck, Marcus Lattimore, Robert Woods and many other college and NFL stars. These young Americans have earned their selection by displaying some of the very same characteristics found in every Army Strong Soldier, on and off the field.

Get the details on each of this year’s U.S. Army All-Americans and what strengths they’ll bring to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

Dante Booker, Jr.
Dante Booker, Jr.
212 pounds
Ohio State
St. Vincent-St. Mary High School | Akron, OH

Booker is well-built and plays much bigger and faster than typical players. His high football IQ allows him to anticipate the play before it develops. Booker is a very strong tackler, whether it is in traffic or in the open field. Tackling is not his only skill, as he can also break up plays, and cover in man-to-man scenarios. His ability to make quick reads and diagnose plays gives him a big advantage against the opposition.

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