The All-American Bowl Selection Committee announced the finalists for the prestigious Coach of the Year Award. The All-American Bowl’s Coach of the Year honors the nation’s top high school coach for exceptional coaching abilities and leadership skills and acknowledges his role as a positive influence on young Americans on and off the field.
Coach of the Year Finalists 🏆
➖ Vito Campanile
➖ Todd Dodge
➖ Eric Kurle
➖ Eric Moore
— All-American Bowl (@AABonNBC) December 28, 2021
Past winners of the award include Greg Toal, Jason Negro and Robert Steeples.
This year’s finalists are:
|Vito Campanile||Bergen Catholic High School||Oradell||NJ|
|Todd Dodge||Westlake High School||Austin||TX|
|Eric Kurle||Graham-Kapowsin High School||Graham||WA|
|Eric Moore||Center Grove High School||Greenwood||IN|
|Pat Ward||St. John’s College High School||Washington||D.C.|
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