International Bowl 2013: Rosters, Start Time, TV Schedule and More

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International Bowl 2013: Rosters, Start Time, TV Schedule and More
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The 2012 U.S. Under-19 National Team will face off with the International Federation of American Football World Team on Tuesday in Austin, Texas.

The United States team will feature top American players committed to NCAA FBS schools, while the international team will boast top players from outside the U.S., ranging from Mexico to Canada to Japan to Australia.

This will be the fourth year of the competition. Team USA leads the series 2-1.

Here's a look at players to watch on Tuesday, complete with TV schedule information and complete rosters (via InternationalBowl.com).

 

Where: Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex, Austin, TX

When: Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 9 p.m. ET

Watch: CBS Sports Network

Live Stream: USA Football TV

 

Team USA Players to Watch

David Dawson, G

Ranked No. 65 overall in the 2013 recruiting class by 247Sports.com, David Dawson is committed to Michigan, combining with four other 4-star recruits on the offensive line for the Wolverines.

Possessing excellent size (6'4", 282 pounds), solid technique, awareness, toughness and balance, he figures to be a prominent figure for Brady Hoke's rushing attack down the line.

The Detroit native is just what Hoke loves in an offensive lineman, and he shouldn't have any trouble competing in the Big Ten as he gets accustomed to the college game.

 

Wyatt Teller, DL

Possessing the size (6'4", 255 pounds), frame and length to fit the bill, there's a reason why Wyatt Teller is ranked the No. 110 recruit in the 2013 class by 247Sports.com.

Teller's measurables are just the tip of the iceberg. The Virginia Tech commit has good burst, strength upon impact, instincts and fluidity on the defensive line. He's not going to get to the quarterback with his speed, but his strength and technique could make him an asset for the Hokies in that regard.

Teller's bull-rushing ability, combined with his smarts, figure to make him a popular player at Virginia Tech.

 

Terrell Newby, RB

Ranked No. 139 overall by 247Sports.com, Terrell Newby has the strength, burst and explosiveness to make an impact at the next level.

The Nebraska commit is a decisive, quick-cut player with the vision, footwork and elusiveness to pick up yardage in a hurry. He's also exhibited the ability to pick up yardage inside and outside, as well as the receiving ability to be a threat in the passing game.

Newby isn't powerful enough to move a pile and he doesn't have the top-end speed to be a home run threat, but he figures to be a nice change-of-pace back in college who can help move the chains.

 

Full Rosters

Team USA Offense

Chase Abbington, RB

Rodney Adams, WR

Quincy Adeboyejo, WR

Aubry Beal, OL

Tyler Bruggman, QB

Jake Campos, OL

Shane Cockerille, QB

David Dawson, OL

Austin Droogsma, OLD

Colin Goebel, OL

Damien Haskins, RB

Austin Henyon, QB

Khalid Hill, TE

Ishmael Hyman, WR

Octavius Jackson, OL

Sam Kronshage, OL

Jack Kurzu, OL

Alex Leslie, TE

Matthew McCrane, K/P

Brandon McDowell, WR

Matthew Miller, OL

Donovan Munger, OL

Terrell Newby, RB

Anu Solomon, QB

Jake Thomas, OL

Derrick Willies, WR

 

Team USA Defense

Justin Bridges-Thompson, LB

Devin Butler, DB

Tere Calloway, DB

Marco Delvecchio, DB

Samuel Douglas, LB

Taurean Ferguson, DB

Ben Gedeon, LB

Shaquem Griffin, DB

Shaquill Griffin, DB

Ben Hughes, DL

Jacob Hyde, DL

Paul James, DL

Cory Jasudowich, LB

Delando Johnson, LB

Jourdan Lewis, DB

Tevin Montgomery, DL

Lewis Neal, DL

Deric Robertson, DB

Darrell Songy, LB

Wyatt Teller, DL

Lance Vergile, LB 

 

World Team

World Team Offense

Jorge Alcantara, RB

Cosmo Anders, OL

Jordan Arkko, OL

Antony Auclair, QB

Brett Blaszko, WR

Adria Botella, WR

Honda Brandt Ammon, WR

Drew Burko, QB

Christian Cederquist, OL/DL

Joachim Christensen, OL

Nic Demski, RB

Derrick Derah, WR

Francisco Dickinson, RB/LB

Daniel Fereti, QB

Jordan Filippelli, OL

Rafael Gaglianone, K

Robin Gonzalez, WR

Shaquille Johnson, WR

Nicolas Khandar, RB

Fred Lauina, OL

Anthony Mahoungou, WR

Sean McEwen, OL

Jordan Medal, OL

Oscar Nevermann, WR

Hugo Richard, QB

Mark Rosenquist, OL

Kenzo Shimano, OL

Louis-Philippe Simoneau, P/K

Mercer Timmis, RB

 

World Team Defense

Keldyn Ahlstedt, DB

Keegan Arnyek, CB

Dylan Bakker, LB

Tanner Doll, LB

Malo Feula, LB

Maximo Gonzalez, DL

Edward Godin Gosselin, DL

Severin Haidacher, DB

Naoki Hayashi, LB

Jacob Leblanc, DL

Kevin McGee, DB

Adam Melanson, DL

David Nader, DB

Rees Paterson, DB

Jean-Gabriel Poulin, LB

Connor Ralph, LB

Matthias Rebl, DB

Felix Schildorfer, DL

Michael Schmidt, DB

Fabian Seeber, LB

Yuta Shimozuru, DB

Howard Tautu, LB

Brayden Twarynski, DL

Brett Wade, DL

Troy Weissbach, DL

 

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