All-Americans To Commit On NBC

Posted Jan 6, 2006

SAN ANTONIO, Texas --- Two years ago, Reggie Bush and Chris Leak shocked the nation as they announced their college choices during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl live on national. With their announcements they created a reputation for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl as the premiere location for the top preps in America to announce their college intentions.

This year’s Bowl will be no different as some of the most elite prospects in the nation will announce their college choices during NBC’s nationally televised broadcast on Saturday, January 7 at Noon (CST). This year’s scheduled announcements are as follows:

WR David Ausberry

Lemoore, Calif.
OL Butch Lewis

Regis Jesuit
Aurora, Colo.
WR Terrence Austin

Long Beach Poly
Long Beach, Calif.
LB Jarrell Miller

Highland Springs
Highland Springs, Va.
LB Allen Bradford

Colton, Calif.
RB Emmanuel Moody

Coppell, Texas
OL Matt Carufel

Cretin-Derham Hall
St. Paul, Minn.
RB DeMarco Murray

Bishop Gorman
Las Vegas, Nev.
CB Jai Eugene

Destrehan, La.
DE Robert Rose

Cleveland, Ohio
DE Maurice Evans

Christ the King
Middle Village, N.Y.
LB Brandon Spikes

Shelby, N.C.
DT Joseph Faifili

Kahuku, Hawaii
CB A.J. Wallace

Pomfret, Md.
RB Michael Goodson

Klein, Texas
DT Derrick Hill

Oakland, Calif.

Other athletes considering the option of announcing during the game include:
CB Devin Ross

Rancho Cucamonga
R. Cucamonga, Calif.

When Reggie Bush and Chris Leak decided to make their declarations during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, they probably did not realize the impact it would have on the future of college recruiting. They created a fun and exciting tradition that changed the shape of college recruiting. The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is proud of all of our great Alumni and salutes them in their collegiate decisions. With great young men like Adrian Peterson (Oklahoma), Teddy Ginn, Jr. (Ohio State), Leak (Florida), Bush (USC), and Jeff Schweiger (USC) announcing their collegiate intentions during past U.S. Army All-American Bowls they have created a fun tradition for future U.S. Army All-Americans.

Now the question is who will be this year’s Bush and Leak? Fans can find out at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. is the official online sponsor and an official selection partner of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

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