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Welcome to the All American Bowl website!

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The History of the All-American Bowl

The All-Americann Bowl was founded in 1996 to promote the sport of football, give players the opportunity to show their skills against the best at their level and allow professional and minor league scouts more access to top players in America. Sponsored by the 360 Sports Management.

Stepping Stone

Since 1996, the All-American Bowl has become a showcase for Division II/III & Free Agent players looking to earn a spot on a Minor League, Arena, European and NFL roster. A few past players who have gone on to play in the professional ranks: St. Cloud State University Running Back: Keith Williams, played in the All-Americann Bowl then signed with the Barcelona Dragons, then got a try-out with the Green Bay Packers and played for the Iowa Barnstormers and the New York Gladiators.

St. Thomas University Quarterback: Chris Esterley, a All-American Bowl MVP, played in Sweden for 2 years capturing a league title. He is one of the country’s top ranked passer with the Minnesota Maulers, the 2002 national minor league runner-up and Mid-America Football League Champions.

Universtiy of South Dakota Kicker: Steve Opstad, went on to kick for the Iowa Bainstormers.
Over the years, sixty-seven players have signed free agent contracts with professional teams in NFL/World League, European League, and the Arena Football League.

The two 36-man rosters are made up each year of seniors from Division II/III and free agents around the nation. Seniors and free agents named to their respective conference and team all-stars lists are invited to the All-American Bowl first, the remainder of the roster is filled based on recommendations from Division II/III and Minor League head coaches around the America.

WHEN IS IT?
Saturday December 9, 2006 11:05 AM

WHERE IS THE GAME?

Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

WHO CAN PLAY? Division II & III College All-Stars, Free Agent and Minor League All-Stars
Sign up at the bottom of this page!

 

WILL IT BE BROADCAST?
Television: Comcast Tape Delay
Highlights of the game will also be posted here
The media is invited to attend all practice sessions and social events. Media credentials can be obtained by contacting the All-American Bowl Organizer (Terry Sullivan) at 952-451-2104 and leaving a message with your name, affiliation and phone number.

 

WILL THERE BE SCOUTS WATCHING?
Combine by: SCOUTING BUREAU; Minor League, Canadian, European, Arena and Professional Scouts

Scouting Bureau

The Scouting Bureau will be nominating all players for the All American Bowl’s in 2006. Players will have work-outs for the professional level by the Scouting Bureau at the All American Bowl games.

HOW CAN I GET TICKETS?
ALL GENERAL ADMISSION, $10.00 at the Stadium
KIDS 12 AND UNDER FREE.
To Purchase Tickets in advance: CALL 952-451-2104

PURPOSE OF THE ALL-AMERICAN BOWL
Opportunity for players to be scouted.
Provide quality football and educational opportunities for the players.
Provide exposure to athletes of Nevada’s great sports tradition and facilities.

 

WILL THERE BE AWARDS GIVEN?
Post Game:Party at Kip’s Post Game: MVP for both teams
Offenseive and Defensive Lineman Awards – In honor of Mick Tinglehoff and Jim Marshall, Former Minnesota Vikings

HOW DOES ONE GET SELECTED?
The players have been recommended by their coaches and chosen by the All-American Bowl Selection Committee. These select players are being recognized for their outstanding Division II/III and Free Agent Career.

Practice Itinerary?
Practice:
Thursday December 7th @ 7:00 PM
Friday December 8th @ 6:30 PM
Saturday December 9th Team Meetings
Game Time 11:05 PM.