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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.

Richard Yeargin III
Richard Yeargin III
Defensive Line
225 pounds
Notre Dame
University School of Nova Southeastern University | Fort Lauderdale, FL

Yeargin III is a versatile player who has the speed to play linebacker and strength and quickness to play defensive end. His quickness causes chaos along the line as he’s able to routinely beat offensive lineman on his way into the backfield. He is a solid tackler who knows how to lay a big hit or wrap up a ball carrier. His speed gives him the ability to chase down opponents and bring them to the ground anywhere on the field. He has the potential make an impact anywhere along the front seven at the next level. 

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