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2018 U.S. Army All-American Bowl Big 12 Rundown

2017 army all-american game

Another college football season has come and gone faster than me eating a plate of delicious BBQ. All BBQ aside, this Army All-American Bowl will feature 100 of some of the nation’s best high school football players. This game will be a competition between the East and West teams on a national stage in Military City, a.k.a., San Antonio, TX. This is the 18th overall year for the Army All-American Bowl and the 17th consecutive year that the game has been played inside the Alamodome in San Antonio. Not only will this game give you a sneak preview of who will be coming to your school, it will also showcase some future NFL players, due to all the talent that will be on the field on Saturday.

Now, before I begin I would like to say that there are only three Big 12 schools that will have signees in the game which are Texas, Oklahoma and Baylor. Even if you aren’t a fan of these three schools, you still will be able to get a sneak preview of who your team will be facing in the coming years. After the game, I will be sure to speak with as many of these players as possible to recap the game. Be sure to follow the game with us on twitter (@Heartland_CS) as I will be covering the Army All-American Bowl and keeping you updated on everything that will be going on. Here is the full list of future Big 12 players that will be participating in the Army All American Bowl on Saturday.

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Texas Longhorns

4-star CB Anthony Cook (Houston, TX) (6’0-168) (#5 CB)

4-star OT Junior Angilau (Salt Lake City, UT) (6’6-297) (#11 OT)

4-star WR Brennan Eagles (Houston, TX) (6’3.5-214) (#6 WR)

4-star CB Jalen Green (Houston, TX) (6’0-171) (#6 CB)

4-star S Caden Sterns (Cibolo, TX) (6’1-192) (#3 Safety)

Oklahoma Sooners

4-star OT Brey Walker (Oklahoma City, OK) (6’7-320) (#4 OT)

4-star APB T.J. Pledger (Bradenton, FL) (5’8-190) (#3 APB)

4-star WDE Ronnie Perkins (Saint Louis, MO) (6’2.5-256) (#6 WDE)

4-star OT Darrell Simpson (Justin, TX) (6’7-336) (#14 OT)

4-star SDE Ron Tatum (Oklahoma City, OK) (6’4.5-269) (#4 SDE)

Baylor Bears

2-star P Issac Power (Parker, CO) (6’2-180) (#6 Punter)

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