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2017 US Army All-American Bowl Open Thread

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It should be a good day for Nebraska from San Antonio, and it may be a very good day as well.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: JAN 08 US Army All-American Bowl Photo by John Albright / Icon SMI/Corbis via Getty Images

Good morning! It’s time once again for the Army-All American game, now heading into it’s 17th season of existence.

Many a High School recruit that has gone on to the NFL and such has played in this game, and nearly 100 kids this season will once again get on the field of the AlamoDome near downtown San Antonio to show their skills once again.

Nebraska hasn’t had a dog in this fight for a while, but this year the Huskers are seemingly ready to get at least one commitment from this weekend, with the possibility of 2 when the day is done.

How can you watch this? Good question, here’s the particulars:

What: 2017 US Army All-American Game

Where: AlamoDome, San Antonio, Texas

What Time: 1pm Eastern Standard Time, Noon Central.

TV Channel: NBC

Streaming: NBCSports.com

Team Rosters

Players Picking Schools Today:

Jamire Calvin - This is Nebraska’s time to shine here. He should be picking the Huskers over Notre Dame and Oregon State. He’s a WR that will have the chance to start right away in Lincoln once he arrives.

Eno Benjamin - The former Iowa Hawkeye verbal will be picking his school this afternoon. Texas was the favorite, but they may not have room for him anymore. Maybe Arizona State?

Darnay Holmes - There’s been a whole lot of back and forth on this one. Many thought that the Huskers were out of it, but it seems like some in the family may want Darnay to attend Lincoln. Others, however, may want UCLA. I think it’s one of those 2 schools, with Nebraska having a punchers chance.

Chuck Filiaga - Nebraska will have their hat on the table on this one, but Michigan will be winning this recruitment. Nebraska did their all here, but it just wasn’t enough.

Foster Sarell - Nebraska has worked their butts off for the recruitment of Sarell, who would start right away in Lincoln if he came. It’s either the Huskers or Stanford here.

Jeffery Okudah - The nation’s best Secondary player will be picking between Ohio State, Florida State and Oklahoma. I would say that Okudah will be a Buckeye in this battle.

Bubba Bolden - The Bishop Gorman Safety should be joining his friends Tate Martell and Tyjon Lindsey at Ohio State.


Here is your open thread to discuss everything. Have fun!