Army All-American Bowl 2023: Date, TV Schedule, Rosters and Top RecruitsJanuary 6, 2023
Army All-American Bowl 2023: Date, TV Schedule, Rosters and Top Recruits
Since the Army All-American Bowl was first played in 2000, some notable football standouts have participated in the event.
NFL stars such as Trevor Lawrence, Chase Young, Tua Tagovailoa, Micah Parsons and more have played in the game at the end of their high school careers. More recently, standouts such as Bryce Young and C.J. Stroud were participants.
The 2023 edition of the Army All-American Bowl is set to take place Saturday afternoon at the Alamodome in San Antonio, and it should give us a glimpse at the future of college football. Many of the players who will be on the field have committed to top programs and should be enjoying success at the college level in the near future.
There will also be some high school seniors who have not yet committed and will do so at the game. That brings added excitement to the event, which has become an annual spectacle each January.
Here's everything else you need to know heading into the 2023 Army All-American Bowl.
All recruiting rankings are courtesy of 247Sports' composite rankings.
Broadcast Info and Full Rosters
When: Saturday, Jan. 7 at 1 p.m. ET
Where: The Alamodome in San Antonio
Live Stream: Peacock and NBC Sports app
Full rosters of the game's participants can be found at NBCSports.com.
Caleb Downs, S (No. 6 overall prospect)
The top safety in the 2023 class, Caleb Downs signed with Alabama during the early signing period in December. So, the 5-star prospect be going from Mill Creek High School in Hoschton, Ga., to the Crimson Tide later this year.
Downs, who will be suiting up for the East team in Saturday's game, is the top-ranked prospect participating in the event.
Keon Keeley, Edge (No. 10)
Like Downs, Keon Keeley will begin his college career at Alabama. The 5-star edge-rusher also signed with the Crimson Tide during last month's early signing period.
Keeley, who is the top edge-rusher in the 2023 class, attended Berkeley Preparatory School in Tampa, Fla. He's also playing for the East team on Saturday, so Alabama fans could get to watch two of the program's future impact defenders play alongside each other.
Dante Moore, QB (No. 11)
The top quarterback prospect participating in Saturday's game, Dante Moore is the No. 5 QB in the 2023 class.
After playing for Martin Luther King Jr. Senior High School in Detroit, he signed with UCLA during the early signing period. He'll suit up for the East team on Saturday.
Before Moore sent in his national letter of intent to join the Bruins, the 5-star prospect was committed to Oregon. However, he decommitted from the Ducks on Dec. 19, when he also announced his commitment to UCLA. He then signed with the Bruins two days later.
Kadyn Proctor, OT (No. 12)
Kadyn Proctor will be the top-ranked prospect playing for the West team on Saturday. The 5-star recruit is the No. 2 offensive tackle in the 2023 class after an impressive career at Southeast Polk High School in Des Moines, Iowa.
Last month, he signed with Alabama during the early signing period. He did so one day after decommitting from Iowa and announcing his commitment to the Crimson Tide.
Jelani McDonald, ATH (No. 130)
A 4-star recruit out of Connally High School in Waco, Texas, Jelani McDonald is the No. 130 overall recruit in the 2023 class. The finalists for his college decision are Oklahoma State, TCU and Texas.
He was previously set to join Oklahoma State, but he decommitted from the Cowboys on Oct. 25. In December, he took official visits to TCU and Texas.
Mikal Harrison-Pilot, ATH (No. 150)
Mikal Harrison-Pilot is a 4-star recruit out of Temple (Texas) High School.
The No. 150 overall recruit in the 2023 class, he has five finalists to choose from: California, Houston, Oklahoma, TCU and Texas.
In December, Harrison-Pilot took official visits to Houston and TCU.
Malik Elzy, WR (No. 305)
A 4-star recruit out of Simeon Career Academy in Chicago, Malik Elzy is the No. 43 wide receiver in the 2023 class. The finalists for his college decision are Illinois, Michigan, Notre Dame and Wisconsin.
Elzy decommitted from Cincinnati on Oct. 18, and the Bearcats are no longer in the running. Since then, his only official visit was to Wisconsin in December.
Tyler Scott, CB (No. 446)
Tyler Scott is a 3-star prospect out of Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, Ga. He is the No. 43 cornerback in the 2023 class and will be committing to either Alabama, Auburn, Texas or USC.
After decommitting from Arkansas State in October, Scott has taken official visits to all four of the schools that he is considering.
Caden Jones, OT (No. 493)
A 3-star recruit out of De La Salle High School in New Orleans, Caden Jones is the No. 36 offensive tackle in the 2023 class. His finalists are Florida, Houston and Texas A&M.
Jones took official visits to each of those three schools in December.