The 20th annual All-American Bowl will kick off Saturday, Jan. 4, from the Alamodome.
Formerly known as the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the game has previously featured prospects such as Vince Young, Adrian Peterson, Ezekiel Elliott, Odell Beckham Jr. and more.
U.S. All-American Game TV channel, time, live stream
TV channel: NBC
Time: 12 p.m. CT
Date: Saturday, Jan. 4
Live stream: NBC Sports
Location: Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas
U.S. All-American Bowl preview
Nebraska has two signees playing in the game and one signee selected to the game who isn’t playing. Outside linebacker Blaise Gunnerson was selected but will not play as he finishes recovering from hip surgery. Last year Nebraska had three signees and one target in the game.
Nebraska signee Turner Corcoran
No. 71 | West Team
Corcoran entered the week as one of the prospects on the cusp of five-star status. He’s had a solid week of practices by all accounts. He measured in at just under 6-foot-5 and 297 pounds. It will be good to see him in game action against some of the top pass rushers in the country this cycle. During his signing day press conference, Coach Scott Frost called the Kansan the cornerstone of the recruiting class.
"He's as good an offensive lineman as I saw on tape in the entire country," Frost said.
#️⃣1️⃣ Overall Player in Kansas
— All-American Bowl (@AABonNBC) October 25, 2019
Nebraska signee Keyshawn Greene
No. 29 | East Team
Greene committed to Nebraska shortly after concluding his official visit during the final weekend before early signing day. The Wakulla High (Florida) star is a true sideline-to-sideline linebacker for inside linebackers coach Barrett Ruud to coach. Before Ruud can get him this summer, Greene will have a shot to show what he can do on national television. Greene has been praised this week for his burst and ability to stay around the football.
He tallied 147 tackles, nine tackles for loss, three sacks, two pass breakups and an interception during his senior season.
Greg is the Recruiting Analyst for Hail Varsity and has covered Husker athletics since 2013. He has always had a passion for sports while growing up in the Chicago area. As he got older and had to hang up his cleats and sneakers, he realized his passion for sports went beyond just watching and attending games. He has covered many events from the Rose Bowl to championship boxing matches. If he’s not talking sports, he’s hovering over his grill. He is married to an amazing woman, Kim, and they have a dog that barks when Greg yells at the TV during games.