The 2021 All-American Bowl will continue the Road to the Dome tour on Wednesday, December 16 at 8 p.m. ET on the NBC Sports YouTube channel, honoring eight All-Americans in the fourteenth installment of a 15-episode weekly digital series.
In this week’s episode, presented by GEICO, the All-Americans will be virtually presented with their exclusive All-American jerseys provided by adidas. Director of Scouting for 247Sports Barton Simmons will provide in-depth video analysis of each All-American being honored. An interview with four-star prospect Ceyair Wright will also be featured within the episode.
Only 100 football players receive the honor of wearing the All-American Bowl jersey each year.
Each player selected as an All-American in the twenty-first edition of the All-American Bowl, will be celebrated as part of a special two-hour “All-American Bowl: Declaration Day presented by GEICO” honoring each of this year’s 100 All-Americans on Saturday January 2, on NBC.
The Road to the Dome, airing on December 16, will honor the following players:
- Four-star defensive back, University of Southern California commit, Prophet Brown from Monterey Trail H.S. (CA)
- Four-star wide receiver, University of Oklahoma commit, Jalil Farooq from Wise H.S. (MD)
- Four-star defensive back, University of Georgia commit, Kamari Lassiter from American Christian Academy (AL)
- Five-star defensive lineman, Ohio State University commit, Jack Sawyer from Pickerington H.S. North (OH)
- Four-star defensive back, University of Southern California commit, Jaylin Smith from Bishop Alemany H.S. (CA)
- Four-star offensive lineman, University of Oregon commit, Kingsley Suamataia from Orem H.S. (UT)
- Four-star defensive lineman, Ohio State University commit, Tyleik Williams from Unity Reed H.S. (VA)
- Four-star defensive back, the No. 6 overall prospect in California, Ceyair Wright from Loyola H.S. (CA)
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