The Chesapeake Bowl learned on Tuesday evening that West Virginia commitment Nick Kwiatkoski will…
Kwiatkoski in Chesapeake Bowl
"First of all, I'm honored because I didn't think I'd be invited to play in a big-time All-Star game, but it feels great," Kwiatkoski stated. "I've met a couple of the other kids in the game obviously and run track against Lafayette Pitts and Desimon Green. It will feel great getting to play on the same side of the ball with these guys for once."
The Chesapeake Bowl will be played on December 30th and will put the North against the South. The North team is represented by players picked from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware and the South team is comprised of players from Maryland, Washington, D.C., West Virginia and Virginia. The location of the game has not been decided yet, but should be announced shortly and all participants will go home with their own personalized jersey and a custom bowl ring which can be seen below in a lower resolution. The game will be open to the public.
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