The All-American Bowl is pleased to announce the coaching staffs for the 2023 All-American Bowl. Coach Jason Negro of St. John Bosco High School (Bellflower, CA) and Coach Todd Wofford of Meadowcreek High School (Norcross, GA) have been selected to coach the East and West squads, respectively.
Coach Negro and Coach Wofford will lead their teams – consisting of the top 100 high school football players from across the country – on Saturday, January 7, 2023, at 1 PM ET at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The Bowl is once against expected to draw an attendance upwards of 25,000 and a television audience of more than four million for its broadcast on NBC and Peacock.
In addition, the All-American Bowl is proud to announce this year’s assistant coaches. The following are the complete coaching staffs for the 2023 All-American Bowl (assistants listed alphabetically; head coach listed first):
2023 East Coaches:
|Todd Wofford||Meadowcreek High School||Norcross||Georgia|
|Bryant Appling||Buford High School||Buford||Georgia|
|Sean Calhoun||Colquitt County High School||Norman Park||Georgia|
|Todd Kuska||St. Rita of Cascia High School||Chicago||Illinois|
|Rick Martin||Naples High School||Naples||Florida|
|Ashley Pierre||Irvington High School||Irvington||New Jersey|
|Mike Smith||American Heritage School||Plantation||Florida|
|Greg Vandagriff||Prince Avenue Christian School||Bogart||Georgia|
2023 West Coaches
|Jason Negro||St. John Bosco High School||Bellflower||California|
|Charles Bruce||Brandeis High School||San Antonio||Texas|
|Jahmal Fenner||Lyndon B. Johnson Early College High School||Austin||Texas|
|Rick Garretson||Chandler High School||Chandler||Arizona|
|Chris King||St. John Bosco High School||Bellflower||California|
|Steven Lo||St. John Bosco High School||Bellflower||California|
|Ty Spencer||Martin Luther King Jr. Senior High School||Detroit||Michigan|
|Chad Worrell||El Campo High School||El Campo||Texas|
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