The fifth annual International Bowl is set to kick off in Arlington, Texas and features more than 300 of the nation's top talents.
The highlight of the event are the six U.S. national teams set to compete against Canada teams, but the focal point will be on the U.S. under-19 national team, which features tomorrow's superstars at the collegiate level.
Believe the hype surrounding the contest—big names such as Tyrann Mathieu and Jameis Winston have played in the game in recent years.
Official rosters are out, and a few players in particular stand out as names to watch with the path to their collegiate careers just getting underway.
When: Friday, Feb. 7 at 8:30 p.m. ET
Where: Maverick Stadium at UT-Arlington, Austin, Texas
Watch: CBS Sports Network
Live Stream: USAFootball.com
|Kyle Berger||LB||St. Ignatius HS||Ohio State|
|Saeed Blacknall||WR||Manalapan HS||Rutgers|
|Jimmy Byrne||OL||St. Ignatius HS||Notre Dame|
|Alex Diamont||QB||Venice HS||Indiana|
|Deon Drake||LB||Cass Technical HS||Michigan State|
|Alin Edouard||QB||Hialeah Senior HS||Undecided|
|Avery Edwards||TE||Ravenscroft HS||North Carolina|
|Reilly Gibbons||OL||St. Petersburg Catholic HS||Miami|
|Marcus Green||DB||Cedar Hill HS||Oklahoma|
|TJ Harrell||DB||Tampa Catholic HS||Undecided|
|Jay Hayes||DL||Poly Prep Country Day HS||Notre Dame|
|Billy Hirschfeld||DL||Arrowhead HS||Wisconsin|
|Justin Jackson||RB||Glenbard North HS||Northwestern|
|Vincent Jackson||LB||Jesuit HS||Undecided|
|Jalen Jelks||DL||Desert Vista HS||Oregon|
|Anthony Jones||TE||Edna Karr HS||Louisiana Lafayette|
|Jarrett LaRubbio||OL||Lakota East HS||Kentucky|
|Trey Lealaimatafao||DL||Earl Warren HS||Texas|
|Lawrence Marshall||DL||Southfield HS||Michigan|
|Greer Martini||DL||Woodberry Forest HS||Notre Dame|
|James Mayden||WR||Sachse HS||Rice|
|Kalen McCain||DB||Hillside HS||North Carolina State|
|Tommy Mister||RB||St. Rita HS||Iowa State|
|Brent Morrow||OL||Ladue Horton Watkins HS||Undecided|
|Steven Moss||OL||Chancellor HS||Virginia|
|Samaje Perine||RB||Hendrickson HS||Oklahoma|
|Kamryn Pettway||RB||Prattville HS||Auburn|
|Harrison Phillips||DL||Millard West HS||Stanford|
|Jacob Pugh||LB||Godby HS||Florida State|
|Kendall Randolph||DB||Lincoln HS||Undecided|
|Dalton Risner||OL||Wiggins HS||Kansas State|
|Nick Ruffin||DB||St. Pius X Catholic HS||Auburn|
|Alonzo Saxton||DB||Bishop Hartley HS||Duke|
|Moral Stephens||WR||Taylor County HS||Undecided|
|Nile Sykes||LB||Montini Catholic HS||Undecided|
|Brady Taylor||OL||Bishop Ready HS||Virginia Tech|
|A'lique Terry||OL||Hialeah Senior HS||Undecided|
|Micah Thomas||DL||Vista Ridge HS||Arkansas State|
|Dylan Thompson||DL||Montini Catholic HS||Ohio State|
|Dareian Watkins||WR||Galion HS||Northwestern|
|Parrker Westphal||DB||Bolingbrook HS||Undecided|
|Tyler Wiegers||QB||Detroit Country Day||Rutgers|
|Juwann Winfree||WR||Dwight Morrow HS||Undecided|
|Renell Wren||DL||Lutheran North HS||Undecided|
|Isaiah Wynn||OL||Lakewood Senior HS||Georgia|
|Ishmael Zamora||WR||Alief Eslik HS||Baylor|
|Wade Leeroy Cyr||OL|
Team USA Players to Watch
Nick Ruffin, CB, Auburn
As far a defenders go, Nick Ruffin is a name fans will hear for quite some time.
Ruffin was the No. 10 overall cornerback in 247Sports' composite rankings and is set to take his talents to Auburn to provide immediate help in the secondary for the Tigers.
At 6'0.5" and 180 pounds, Ruffin has the size to come up and be a force in the run game and has the athleticism to stick with most receivers in coverage.
With Chris Davis headed to the NFL, Ruffin could very well be on his way to a starting gig for the Tigers. His journey starts now, and he is a name to watch thanks to his flashy plays not normally seen out of a defender.
Kyle Berger, OLB, Ohio State
Kyle Berger is another top-10 defender, as he was the No. 10 outside linebacker recruit at 247Sports before electing to take his talents to Ohio State.
Ohio State consistently churns out quality, pro-ready linebackers, so it should come as no surprise that the Cleveland native chose to stay local.
Berger is the definition of a playmaker at 6'3" and 215 pounds. He recorded 44 total tackles and 10 sacks in 2012 alone, which shows a strong ability to snuff out the run and to put pressure on quarterbacks.
A jack of all trades, fans should watch for Berger as he will likely be routinely flustering Canada's signal-callers.
Saeed Blacknall, WR, Penn State
Defensive stars abound, but the U.S. has some offensive firepower, too.
The No. 21-ranked wideout at 247 Sports, Saeed Blacknall is a prototypical NFL receiver. He stands at 6'3" and weighs 210 pounds, which he pairs with stellar 4.45 40-yard-dash speed to create a complete package sure to take the collegiate world by storm.
Blacknall brought in 40 receptions for 743 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2012. He does an outstanding job of using his body to beat defenders to the ball's highest point, which makes him an ideal red-zone target.
Expect Blacknall to have a massive game.