Finalists Selected for 2021 All-American Bowl GEICO Man of the Year

The All-American Bowl Selection Committee today announced the finalists for the prestigious All-American Bowl GEICO Man of the Year Award.
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The All-American Bowl Selection Committee today announced the finalists for the prestigious All-American Bowl’s GEICO Man of the Year Award. Nominees epitomize a high standard of excellence in community service and athletic distinction.

Past winners of the award include Mark Sanchez, Garrett Wilson, and Paris Johnson Jr.

The All-American Bowl’s GEICO Man of the Year Award will be recognized during a special two-hour “All-American Bowl: Declaration Day” presented by GEICO on Saturday, January 2nd on NBC.

This year’s finalists are:

NAME POSITION SCHOOL CITY STATE
Connor Able LS Stratford High School Houston Texas
Donovan Jackson OL Episcopal High School Bellaire Texas
Ezra Dotson-Oyetade DL Lakeview Centennial High School Garland Texas
Jahvaree Ritzie DL Glenn High School Kernersville North Carolina
Ty Thompson QB Mesquite High School Gilbert Arizona
Caleb Williams QB Gonzaga College High School Washington District of Columbia

 

 

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