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US Army All American Bowl 2018

US Army All American Bowl 2018 Live Stream Watch Online,The second All-Star game this week for some of the nation’s top 2018 recruits, will kick off at 1 p.m. on Saturday. Featuring the top 100 players throughout the country, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl is one of the most prestigious high school All-American games in the country. Separated into teams East and West, a lot of players competing will be lining up

US Army All American Bowl 2018 Live

US Army All American Bowl 2018

As Georgia and Alabama prepare for the national title, the college football world’s attention will temporarily shift to high-school talent at the Army All-American Bowl.

Along with the Under Armour All-America Game, the Army-sponsored showcase will feature many of the top prospects in the 2018 recruiting cycle. And some of them are still deciding on their college destination.

Four players are scheduled to reveal their choice during the All-Star exhibition, which takes place Saturday, Jan. 6, at 1 p.m. ET. The announcements will be scattered throughout the game.

Those prospects will steal the show, but we’re also predicting where the 19 other uncommitted Army All-American talents will eventually sign to play college football.

From former Heisman Trophy winners to more than 400 NFL players, some of the most tenured football players have come through the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Some of the game’s alumni include, Adrian Peterson, Tim Tebow, Odell Beckham Jr., and Eric Berry.

While most of the players competing have already signed their National Letters of Intent during the Early Signing Period in late-December, there are still a good numbers of prospects who have waited to make a traditional commitment announcement during the All-American Bowl. Five-star WR Amon-Ra St. Brown is expected to make his announcement on Saturday, as well as four-stars CB Brendan Radley-Hiles, WR Rondale Moore, and OG Chris Murray.

Teammates St. Brown and Murray out of Mater Del, in Santa Ana, California, are both expected to stay on the West Coast for their college years: St. Brown is predicted to choose USC, while Murray is expected to pick UCLA. Radley-Hiles has been an Oklahoma lean for awhile now, and Moore is strongly considering joining the Big Ten’s Purdue.