Brian Price of Crenshaw High School became the school's first U.S. Army
All-American. Price is a defensive tackle prospect that is committed to UCLA,
and he will be headed to San Antonio to compete in the U.S. Army All-American
The U.S. Army All-American Bowl features 80 of the best players from across the
country and will be shown live on NBC on January 6th, 2007.
Price was named to the game yesterday by the U.S. Army in a press conference,
and here are several photos from yesterday's big announcement.
The Gridiron Hero is flanked by real life heroes. The U.S. Army All-American
Bowl is just one of millions things that we wouldn't get to enjoy with out the
The U.S. Army recognizes players for more than just their ability on the
football field. Price is a high character person standing with his two biggest
fans, mom and dad.
The proud Papa, Frank Price, and his Army All-American.
Scout.com is an official selection partner of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
Price is here standing with Scout.com Combine Director Scott Kennedy. Price was
a standout at the Scout.com Combine in the spring.
No All-American becomes who he is without his teammates. ScoutTV will be headed
to Crenshaw to see the whole team in action Friday Night.
Raymond Carter is a player that is definitely worthy to be selected to the U.S.
Army All-American Bowl. It's a testament to the talent in the country when a
player as good as Carter just missed the cut. Carter was proud of his teammate,
and despite having reason to be disappointed that he didn't make the team,
Carter was nothing but Class all day long.
Brian Price is ranked the #3 Defensive Tackle in the West by Scout.com, and he was named to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Thursday.
Brian Price Added to West Squad
Brian Price is ranked the #3 Defensive Tackle in the West by Scout.com.