The All-American Bowl Selection Committee today announced the finalists for the prestigious All-American Bowl Man of the Year Award. Nominees epitomize a high standard of excellence in community service and athletic distinction.
The All-American Bowl Man of the Year Award will be recognized during the 2020 All-American Bowl Awards Show on Friday, January 3rd in San Antonio, Texas.
This year’s finalists are:
|Gus Hartwig||OL||Zionsville Community High School||Zionsville||Indiana|
|Ayden Hector||DB||Eastside Catholic High School||Sammamish||Washington|
|Paris Johnson Jr.||OL||Princeton High School||Cincinnati||Ohio|
|Jack Olsen||K||Wheaton Warrenville South High School||Wheaton||Illinois|
|Clyde Pinder Jr.||DL||Armwood High School||Seffner||Florida|
|Kourt Williams II||LB||St. John Bosco High School||Bellflower||California|
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