Notable U.S. Army All-American Bowl NFL and NCAA alumni

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The best 100 high school players in the world will come to the Alamodome in San Antonio on January 6th to compete in the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

Some of the players that have come out of the prestigious game have gone on to make a big impact at the collegiate level and beyond, such as Giants WR Odell Beckham Jr. and Bills RB LeSean McCoy. Check out some of the biggest names from previous years and don’t miss this year’s game from the Alamodome in San Antonio on NBC and the NBC Sports app at 1:00 p.m. ET.

 

Notable NFL Alumni:

2001

Derrick Johnson, Chiefs

Andrew Whitworth, Rams

2002

Nick Mangold, Jets

Haloti Ngata, Lions

2003

Vernon Davis, Redskins

Greg Olsen, Panthers

Joe Thomas, Browns

2004

Ted Ginn, Saints

Adrian Peterson, Cardinals

2005

Martellus Bennett, Patriots

Jamaal Charles, Broncos

Brian Cushing, Texans

DeSean Jackson, Buccaneers

Jonathan Stewart, Panthers

Ndamukong Suh, Dolphins

2006

Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers

LeSean McCoy, Bills

DeMarco Murray, Titans

2007

Eric Berry, Chiefs

Everson Griffen, Vikings

2008

Andrew Luck, Colts

Patrick Peterson, Cardinals

Robert Quinn, Rams

Kyle Rudolph, Vikings

Tyron Smith, Cowboys

Justin Tucker, Ravens

2010

Keenan Allen, Chargers

C.J. Mosley, Ravens

Eric Reid, 49ers

Robert Woods, Rams

2011

Odell Beckham Jr., Giants

Teddy Bridgewater, Vikings

Sammy Watkins, Rams

2012

Stefon Diggs, Vikings

Shaq Thompson, Panthers

2013

Jonathan Allen, Redskins

Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys

Derrick Henry, Titans

Jalen Ramsey, Jaguars

2014

Marshon Lattimore, Saints

Christian McCaffrey, Panthers

Solomon Thomas, 49ers


 

Notable NCAA Alumni:

 

2014

Nick Chubb, Georgia

Royce Freeman, Oregon

Sony Michel, Georgia

Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame

Derrick Nnadi, Florida State

2015
Deon Cain, Clemson

Sam Darnold, USC

Derrius Guice, LSU

Mitch Hyatt, Clemson

Trenton Thompson, Georgia

2016

Jacob Eason, Georgia

Dexter Lawrence, Clemson

Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State

Shea Patterson, Michigan

Ahmmon Richards, Miami

2017

Cam Akers, Florida State

Najee Harris, Alabama

Jake Fromm, Georgia

Jeffrey Okudah, Ohio State

Jaelan Phillips, UCLA