Quarterback Drew Allar (Medina, Ohio/Medina H.S.), the Penn State University commit, will be officially honored tomorrow as a 2022 All-American during a virtual jersey presentation as part of the third episode of the Road to the Dome digital series.
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The episode will be released tomorrow night at 8 p.m. ET on the NBC Sports YouTube channel.
The Road to the Dome Tour will honor all 100 All-Americans with virtual jersey presentations during a 15-episode series that will be released weekly through various digital and social platforms across NBC Sports.
Having been selected to play in the twenty-second edition of the All-American Bowl, Allar will play in the annual East vs. West matchup inside the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The Bowl will be nationally televised, live on NBC, and will feature the nation’s top 100 high school football players.
Allar was selected by the All-American Bowl Selection Committee, consisting of the All-American Bowl and 247Sports. All-Americans are eligible for the All-American Bowl Player of the Year Award, the Anthony Muñoz Lineman of the Year Award, the Defensive Player of the Year Award, the All-American Bowl Man of the Year, the All-American Bowl MVP Award.
Only 100 football players receive the honor of putting on the All-American Bowl jersey each year. Each player selected to participate will culminate their high school careers at the All-American Bowl.
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