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2019 All-American Bowl alumni by NFL team

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The All-American Bowl has put the best high school football players in the country against each other for 19 years. While the majority of players went on to play at the collegiate level, not all advanced to achieve their dream of playing in the NFL. Check out the alumni list of NFL players who competed in the All-American Bowl here:

Don’t forget to watch the 2019 All-American Bowl on NBC and the NBC Sports app January 5th at 1:00 P.M. ET. 

AFC EAST
Buffalo Bills
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Lorenzo Alexander LB 2001 Cal
LeSean McCoy RB 2006 Pitt
Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE 2010 UCLA
Nick O'Leary TE 2011 Florida State
Khaliel Rodgers G/C 2013 USC -> North Carolina
Wyatt Teller OT 2013 Virginia Tech
Logan Thomas TE 2009 Virginia Tech
Adolphus Washington DE 2012 Ohio State
Tre’Davious White CB 2013 LSU
Miami Dolphins
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Jerome Baker LB 2015 Ohio State
Leonte Carroo WR 2012 Rutgers
A.J. Derby TE 2010 Arkansas
Anthony Fasano TE 2002 Notre Dame
Davon Godchaux DE 2014 LSU
MarQueis Gray TE 2008 Minnesota
Tracy Howard CB 2012 Miami
Mike Hull LB 2010 Penn State
Mike Matthews C 2012 Texas A&M
T.J. McDonald S 2009 USC
Robert Quinn DE 2008 North Carolina
Laremy Tunsil OL 2013 Ole Miss
Aundrey Walker OT 2011 USC
Sam Young T 2006 Notre Dame
New England Patriots
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Marquis Flowers LB 2010 Arizona
Lawrence Guy DE 2008 Arizona State
Frank Herron DT 2013 LSU
Harvey Langi RB 2011 BYU
Sony Michel RB 2014 Georgia
Isaiah Wynn OG 2014 Georgia
New York Jets
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Sam Darnold QB 2015 USC
Jermaine Kearse WR 2008 Washington
Charone Peake WR 2011 Clemson
Brandon Shell OL 2011 South Carolina
AFC NORTH
Baltimore Ravens
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Mark Andrews TE 2014 Oklahoma
Andrew Donnal OT 2010 Iowa
Tony Jefferson S 2010 Oklahoma
Ryan Mallett QB 2007 Arkansas
C.J. Mosley LB 2010 Alabama
DeVier Posey WR 2008 Ohio State
Justin Tucker K 2008 Texas
Kenny Young LB 2014 UCLA
Cincinnati Bengals
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Tyler Boyd WR 2013 Pittsburgh
Vontaze Burfict LB 2009 Arizona State
Trey Hopkins G 2010 Texas
Dre Kirkpatrick CB 2009 Alabama
Kent Perkins OT 2013 Texas
Josh Malone WR 2014 Tennessee
Joe Mixon RB 2014 Oklahoma
Cedric Ogbuehi T 2010 Texas A&M
KeiVarae Russell CB 2012 Notre Dame
Cleveland Browns
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Nick Chubb RB 2014 Georiga
Taylor McNamara TE 2012 Oklahoma
Jordan Payton WR 2012 UCLA
Greg Robinson T 2011 Auburn
Tyrod Taylor QB 2007 Virginia Tech
Pittsburgh Steelers
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Jonathan Bostic LB 2008 Florida
Josh Frazier DT 2014 Alabama
Stephon Tuitt DE 2011 Notre Dame
AFC SOUTH
Houston Texans
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Seantrel Henderson T 2010 Miami
Peter Kalambayi LB 2013 Stanford
Joe Mathis DL 2013 Washington
Corey Moore S 2011 Georgia
Brennan Scarlett DE 2011 Cal -> Stanford
Carlos Watkins DT 2012 Clemson
DeAndrew White WR 2010 Alabama
Indianapolis Colts
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Andrew Luck QB 2008 Stanford
Christine Michael RB 2009 Texas A&M
Quenton Nelson OL 2014 Notre Dame
Hassan Ridgeway DE 2012 Texas
John Simon LB 2008 Ohio State
Kasen Williams WR 2011 Washington
Al Woods DE 2006 LSU
Jacksonville Jaguars
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Michael Bennett DT 2011 Ohio State
Myles Jack LB 2013 UCLA
Cody Kessler QB 2011 USC
Allen Lazard WR 2014 Iowa State
Brandon Linder G 2009 Miami
Lerentee McCray LB 2008 Florida
Andrew Norwell OL 2010 Ohio State
Niles Paul WR 2007 Nebraska
Jalen Ramsey CB 2013 Florida State
Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE 2011 Washington
Erick Smith S 2014 Ohio State
T.J. Yeldon RB 2012 Alabama
Tennessee Titans
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Nico Falah OT 2013 USC
Blaine Gabbert QB 2008 Missouri
Derrick Henry RB 2013 Alabama
Quinton Spain OG 2010 West Virginia
John Theus OT 2012 Georgia
Damon Webb CB 2014 Ohio State
AFC WEST
Denver Broncos
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Jake Butt TE 2013 Michigan
Su’a Cravens S/LB 2013 USC
Royce Freeman RB 2014 Oregon
Chris Muller OG 2012 Rutgers
Dymonte Thomas S 2013 Broncos
Kansas City Chiefs
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Allen Bailey DE 2007 Miami
Eric Berry S 2007 Tennessee
Ukeme “Markuss” Eligwe LB 2012 FSU -> Georgia Southern
Kendall Fuller CB 2013  Virginia Tech
Robert Golden S 2008 Arizona
Chad Henne QB 2004 Michigan
Kahlil McKenzie DT 2015 Tennessee
Derrick Nnadi DL 2014 Florida State
Dorian O’Daniel LB 2013 Clemson
Demarcus Robinson WR 2013 Florida
Dante Sawyer DE 2014 South Carolina
Tony Stevens WR 2013 Auburn
De’Anthony Thomas RB 2011 Oregon
Spencer Ware RB 2010 LSU
Sammy Watkins WR 2011 Clemson
Los Angeles Chargers
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Keenan Allen WR 2010 Cal
Joe Barksdale T 2007 LSU
Bijhon Jackson DT 2014 Arkansas
Artavis Scott WR 2014 Clemson
Jaylen Watkins CB 2010 Florida
Oakland Raiders
NAME POS CLASS OF COLLEGE
Martavis Bryant WR 2010 Clemson
Marcus Gilchrist CB 2007 Clemson
Leon Hall CB 2003 Michigan
Derrick Johnson LB 2001 Texas
AJ McCarron QB 2009 Alabama
Tevin Mitchel S 2011 Arkansas
David Sharpe OT 2014 Florida
Johnny Townsend K 2013 Florida
David Sharpe OT 2014 Florida
Johnny Townsend K 2013 Florida
Eddie Vanderdoes III DT 2013 UCLA

2019 All-American Bowl roster

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The future of college football will be on display in San Antonio on January 5th (1:00 P.M. ET) as the top high school recruits in the country participate in the All-American Bowl.

Here’s the roster for this year’s big event, and don’t miss a second of the action on NBC and the NBC Sports app.

No. First Last Pos. Ht. Wt. High School City State
1 Jadon Haselwood WR 6’3″ 195 Cedar Grove High School Ellenwood GA
2 Eric Gray RB 5’11” 195 Lausanne Collegiate School Memphis TN
3 Jaden Payoute DB 6’2″ 195 Lloyd C. Bird High School Chesterfield VA
4 David Bell WR 6’2″ 195 Warren Central High School Indianapolis IN
5 Chris Hinton DL 6’4″ 280 Greater Atlanta Christian School Norcross GA
6 Trey Sanders RB 6’2″ 215 IMG Academy Bradenton FL
7 Tyrique Stevenson DB 6’2″ 200 Miami Southridge Senior High School Miami FL
8 Dominick Blaylock WR 6’0″ 190 Walton High School Marietta GA
9 Frank Ladson WR 6’4″ 185 South Dade Senior High School Homestead FL
10 Kyle Hamilton DB 6’3″ 190 Marist School Atlanta GA
11 Mohamoud Diabate LB 6’4″ 220 Auburn High School Auburn AL
12 Taulia Tagovailoa QB 5’11” 205 Thompson High School Alabaster AL
13 Wandale Robinson WR 5’9″ 180 Western Hills High School Frankfort KY
14 Ronnie Hickman DB 6’2″ 200 DePaul Catholic High School Wayne NJ
15 Jay Bramblett P 6’2″ 190 Hillcrest High School Tuscaloosa AL
16 Graham Mertz QB 6’4″ 215 Blue Valley North High School Overland Park KS
17 Sam Howell QB 6’2″ 215 Sun Valley High School Monroe NC
18 Ramel Keyton WR 6’3″ 185 Marietta High School Marietta GA
19 Kane Patterson LB 6’1″ 220 Christ Presbyterian Academy Nashville TN
20 Nick Cross DB 6’1″ 210 DeMatha Catholic High School Hyattsville MD
21 Nolan Groulx WR 5’11” 190 William A. Hough High School Cornelius NC
22 Steele Chambers LB 6’2″ 225 Blessed Trinity Catholic High School Roswell GA
23 Tiawan Mullen DB 5’10” 160 Coconut Creek High School Pompano Beach FL
25 Cameron Smith DB 6’1″ 180 Westwood High School Blythewood SC
27 Quavaris Crouch RB 6’2″ 230 Harding University High School Charlotte NC
28 Alex Felkins K 6’4″ 190 Holland Hall School Tulsa OK
29 Chez Mellusi RB 6’1″ 205 Naples High School Naples FL
30 Quashon Fuller DL 6’4″ 270 Lehigh Senior High School Lehigh Acres FL
31 Tyron Hopper LB 6’2″ 210 Roswell High School Roswell GA
34 Keontra Smith DB 6’0″ 200 Chaminade-Madonna College Prep Hollywood FL
38 Diwun Black LB 6’4″ 225 Osceola High School Kissimmee FL
40 George Karlaftis DL 6’5″ 270 West Lafayette Junior / Senior High School West Lafayette IN
42 Nolan Smith DL 6’3″ 230 IMG Academy Bradenton FL
43 Jestin Jacobs LB 6’3″ 210 Northmont High School Clayton OH
44 Travon Walker DL 6’5″ 275 Upson Lee High School Thomaston GA
47 Byron Young DL 6’4″ 280 West Jones High School Laurel MS
51 William Putnam OL 6’4″ 285 H.B. Plant High School Tampa FL
52 Lance Dixon LB 6’3″ 210 West Bloomfield High School West Bloomfield Township MI
53 Quentin Skinner LS 6’0″ 245 Buford High School Buford GA
55 Dontae Lucas OL 6’4″ 350 IMG Academy Bradenton FL
56 Antonio Alfano DL 6’5″ 285 Colonia High School Colonia NJ
71 Andrew Kristofic OL 6’6″ 275 Pine-Richland High School Gibsonia PA
73 Caedan Wallace OL 6’5″ 305 The Hun School of Princeton Princeton NJ
74 Doug Nester OL 6’7″ 310 Spring Valley High School Huntington WV
75 Charles Cross OL 6’5″ 270 Laurel High School Laurel MS
76 Harry Miller OL 6’4″ 300 Buford High School Buford GA
77 Xavier Truss OL 6’7″ 330 Bishop Hendricken High School Warwick RI
81 Cornelius Johnson WR 6’3″ 195 Brunswick School Greenwich CT
88 Tyler Fromm TE 6’4″ 225 Warner Robins High School Warner Robins GA
93 Zach Harrison DL 6’6″ 245 Olentangy Orange High School Lewis Center OH
99 Khris Bogle DL 6’5″ 220 Cardinal Gibbons High School Fort Lauderdale FL

2019 All-American Bowl FAQs

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All-American Bowl Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: What is the All-American Bowl Presented by American Family Insurance?

A: The All-American Bowl is the premier high school All-American game played annually in San Antonio, TX, showcasing 100 of the nation’s top high school senior football players.

 

Q: Who is playing in this game?

A: The nation’s premier high school football players. All players move on to major Division I football programs, and then some to the NFL.

 

Q: What dividing line do you use to organize the East and West teams?

A: The Mississippi River is the rough dividing line, pending position needs.

 

Q: Where is the game played?

A:  The game is played annually in San Antonio, TX, at the Alamodome. The game has been played in San Antonio since 2002 and the Alamodome since 2003. The first game, the 2001 game, was played in Dallas, TX.

 

Q: Is this game similar to the McDonald’s All-American Basketball game?

A: Yes, in that both of these games showcase the very best in high school athletes for their respective sports.

                                                                                                               

Q: When is the game?

A: The game is Saturday, January 5th, 2019.

 

Q: Is the game on TV?

A: The game is broadcast live on NBC at 12:00 p.m. Central Time.

 

Q: Who is All American Games?

A: All American Games helps the next generation succeed through America’s finest training and showcase events. Established in 2000, America’s premier youth and prep sports marketing company owns and produces the All-American Bowl presented by American Family Insurance, Football University (FBU), and the FBU National Championship. We foster a culture of evolution and teamwork, blazing trails and producing opportunity. We create experiences for student-athletes to develop, reach their potentials and realize their successes.

 

Q: Who picks the All-American athletes?

A: All American Games and 247Sports make up the game’s official Selection Committee.

 

Q: Why San Antonio?

A: One of the main attractions of San Antonio is the Alamodome, which is a climate-controlled, covered dome that does not have an NFL team.

 

Q: How many years has this game been played?

A: The 2019 game will be the 19th consecutive game.

 

Q: Where can I get more information on the game?

A: More information on the Bowl and its related activities can be found by logging onto allamericangames.com, or by connecting with the Bowl through its multiple social media accounts.

 

Q: What are the NBC college announcements?

A:  Each year, All-American athletes announce what college they will be attending via a live announcement ceremony during the game’s broadcast. College announcements always add extra excitement to the game. During the course of the game the players select their college live on NBC, with no one from the general public having any previous knowledge of their intentions. In the past high school stars like Reggie Bush, Patrick Peterson, Odell Beckham Jr. and Adrian Peterson have announced their college decision on live television during All-American Bowl presented by American Family Insurance.

 

Q: Are there any other events associated with the All-American Bowl presented by American Family Insurance?

A: Yes, they are:

  • The 2019 National Combine at the All-American Bowl, January 4th (the top 600 underclassmen football players from across the country)

 

Q: How do I nominate underclassmen for the National Combine?

 

A: Nominations from football coaches for outstanding juniors and sophomores are accepted year-round. Nominating a player for the combine does not mean he is automatically registered. The game’s selection partners will narrow the list to 600 underclassmen. As a participant in the combine it also does not guarantee a spot in the next year’s Bowl game.

 

Q: Who provides the resources for the players to play the game (i.e. travel, uniforms, etc.)

A: Pursuant to the NCAA, All American Games provides all necessary and reasonable expenses for each athlete to play in the game. Those expenses include round trip airfare, lodging, meals and essential needs.

 

Q: Where are tickets available?

A: Tickets are available through the Alamodome Box Office or through ticketmaster.com, (210) 207-3663, or toll free (800) 884-3663.

 

Q: What is the host hotel for the game?

A: The host hotel is the:

Grand Hyatt

1148 E Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78205
(210) 224-1234