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The All American Bowl was founded in 1996 and the All American Eagles in 2012 to give athletes the opportunity to compete against the best at their level in an all star or team game setting at quality sports facilities.
The All American Bowl and the All American Eagles gives athletes the potential to be scouted by colleges and professional football teams. We have several types of games for different levels of competition that include athletes from: College, JUCO, Adult Amateur, Men’s, Women’s, Minor (Pro) Leagues, Semi Pro, and High School.
The first All American Bowl was played in Minnesota and has since been played at various cities across the country including Minneapolis (25th Year, US Bank Stadium), Dallas (AT&T Stadium, Charleston, Atlanta, Miami, Las Vegas.
The All American Eagles (players from All American Bowl Games) play games versus regional and international Amateur, Semi Pro and Minor (Pro) League teams. Games have been played in Minnesota, Florida, Georgia, Canada and Mexico. The All American Eagles have also played in five, Aztec Bowls in Mexico including Mexico City, Monterrey, Chihuahua as well as other games in Chiapas and Cancun.
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Super Player Agent Tony Mangini Helps player make to the Next Level!
Super Player Agent Tony Mangini who Represented an Incredible Seven former All American Bowl players. incuding Super Wide Receiver/Tight End Darius Clark of Newberry College; SLOT Receiver Marcus Campbell of LaGrange College; SLOT Receiver Evan Cain of Western New England University; Running Back Robert Catchings of Lincoln University; Running Back/Strong Safety Gerald Childs of Wisconsin-Eau Claire; Super Tight End Benjamin Galbraith of Delta State; and Defensive Tackle Jacob Benegas of New Mexico State and Western Colorado University.
We had Around 50 Super Free Agent Players who Originally Signed-Up To-Attend The Lestini National Free Agent Tryout Camp and Super Combine, but due to the Terrible Weather Forecasts, including Freezing Weather, only 20 Players were able to Participate in the Event that was Highlighted by Four Players Who Broke a 4.0 in The Pro-Shuttle and Two Other Players Who Ran in The 4.1’s of The Pro-Shuttle.
Our Lestini Super Free Agents Combine Had The Great Privilege to Perform In This Incredible And Beautiful New University Of South Alabama Indoor Facility.
Although we were able to Use This Beautiful New University Of South Alabama Indoor Facility, The Weather Was Still A Huge Major Factor, because The Temperature was 35 Degrees when we Started The Lestini Super Combine at 10:00 A.M. When we had our Initial Team Meeting in The Center of The Indoor Facility Field, All of These Athletes were Fully-Covered with Long Sleeve Shirts and Coats. Then when we Started The Combine, with Coach Wes Courier Leading All of the Players in His Incredible and Spectacular Warm-Up Workout, All of The Players had to Disrobe “Down To Their Lestini Free Agent Combine Shirt with Their Player Number on it.
I, However, got to Keep-On Both of my Jackets, My Dallas Cowboys Wind Breaker and My Houston Oilers Winter Coat, because I was Really Cold.
The Lestini Professional Free Agents Had Some Incredible Speed Measurables!
In The Lestini Combine, Coach Ron Estay was The Coordinator of The Most Important Speed Measurable in The Pro-Agility Shuttle and he did another Amazing Job with his Pro-Shuttle Instruction as evidence that an Unbelievable Four Players Broke a “Mind-Boggling” 4.0 Flat and Another Incredible 7 of 13 Skill Players recorded an “Unbelievable” 4.2 Pro-Shuttle or Better and One Defensive End/Tight End Recorded an Incredible 4.31 Pro-Shuttle.
The Most Incredible Pro-Shuttle of The 2019 Lestini Super Combine was by #3 CB/KR Bradley Jefferson of Averett University with an “Unbelievable”
3.87 Pro-Shuttle and Another Amazing Pro-Shuttle was a 3.94 Pro-Shuttle by #7 Defensive Back Kunle Ayinde of The University of Minnesota.
The Other Two Players who Broke The 4.0 Flat Pro-Shuttle Mark were #11 Slot Receiver Evan Cain of Western New England University with a 3.97 Pro-Shuttle and #2 Cornerback Dallin Finley, who I met on Saturday Night, in The Hotel Lobby, Ran an Outstanding 3.98 Pro-Shuttle.
Three Other Wide Receivers ran a 4.2 or Better Pro-Shuttle, including #1 WR Jazeric Peterson of Faulkner University with a 4.13 Pro-Shuttle; #6 WR Jeffery Barnett of Trine University with a 4.11 Pro-Shuttle; and #14 Jareth Embry of Belhaven University with a 4.15 Pro-Shuttle. These Three Outstanding Wide Receivers Would Join Slot Receiver #11 Slot Receiver Evan Cain With a 3.97 Pro-Shuttle and The Four Other Skill Players Who Recorded in The 3.9’s and 3.8 with Incredible Pro Shuttle in This Speed Measurable In The Super Combine.
Wide Receiver Embry Returned for his Second Lestini Super Free Agent Combine as he Recorded Some Incredible Speed Measurables, including a 4.37 Forty in The 2018 Lestini Super Combine.
The Other Super-Star Athlete who had an Incredible Forty and Pro-Shuttle for his Position was #9 Tyler Affa and The Really incredible Fact About Affa is that he did not Play High School Football, but Walked-On at Seton Hill University and Lettered Two Years, after Staring at Lackawanna National Junior College. Affa is 6-1 and 235 and he Ran a 4.56 in The Forty and did a 4.31 in The Pro-Shuttle. He could Play DE, TE, FB, or Linebacker.
I am going to Rate Affa (#44) as a Tight End, because he made several Great Catches in The One-On-One Drills and he Impressed all of Our Lestini Combine Coaches. The Tight End/Defensive End MEARS RATING Standard is Set at 4.8 in The Pro-Shuttle and so Affa Received The Maximum 400 MEARS RATING POINTS in The Pro-Shuttle.
The Wide Receiver MEARS RATING Standard is Set at 4.6, so all Four Wide Receivers were given The Maximum 400 MEARS RATING POINTS. The Cornerback MEARS RATING Standard is Set at 4.6 and so All Three Defensive Backs were given The Maximum 400 MEARS RATING POINTS!
The One-On-One Player Drills Competition Was Really Outstanding!
As I Explained before! The Weather was Really Cold. So, It Was Really Cold when These Lestini Free Agent Athletes Were Running Their Forty-Yard Dashes and While I had My Two Jackets and Three Shirts on to Keep Warm.
It was a Lot More Easy to Run a Pro-Shuttle and Do a Standing Broad Jump, but Running a Forty-Yard Dash in 35 Degree Temperature, is not Easy, so I have Concentrated on These Great Athletes, Their Incredible Pro-Shuttles, and Outstanding One-On-One Player Drills Competition.
When we got through with The Super Combine Part of The Lestini Combine Camp, we realized that we had Three Wide Receivers, Three Slot Receivers, and Two Tight Ends, and all Eight were Outstanding in The One-On-One Player Drills Competition. Two of The Three Wide Receivers ran a 4.2 or Better Pro-Shuttle, including #1 WR Jazeric Peterson (6-0, 195) of Faulkner University with a 4.13 Pro-Shuttle; and #14 Jareth Embry (6-0, 175) of Belhaven University with a 4.15 Pro-Shuttle.
The Other Outstanding Wide Receiver/Tight End was #4 Darius Clark (6-1, 220) of Newberry College who Recorded an Outstanding 4.29 Pro-Shuttle. I Will Rate and Rank Clark as a Potential Tight End, because he Would Rate and Rank Higher at That Position and He Could Become an Outstanding Tight End at The Next Level.
Slot Receiver #11 Evan Cain (5-9, 180) of Western New England University also Ran an Incredible 3.97 Pro-Shuttle and #6 WR Jeffery Barnett (5-7, 165) of Trine University Ran a 4.11 Pro-Shuttle; and They Joined The Other Three Receivers Who Recorded Incredible Pro Shuttles in This Speed Measurable In The Lestini Super Free Agent Combine. Slot Receiver#10 Marcus Campbell (5-9, 175) of LaGrange College Also Recorded a 4.34 Pro-Shuttle, and Campbell Made Some Great Catches in The One-On-One Player Drills Competition.
Our Two Tight Ends were Incredible as they also ran Unbelievable Pro-Shuttles for a Big Tight End. Both Tight Ends were Also Unbelievably Impressive in The One-On-One Player Drills Competition as #31 Benjamin Galbraith (6-6, 255) of Delta State University Recorded an Unbelievable 4.29 Pro-Shuttle, while #9 Tyler Affa (6-1, 235) of Seton Hill University, Who Was One of The Most Impressive Players at The Lestini Combine, Recorded an Impressive 4.31 Pro-Shuttle.
We had Six Defensive Backs for our One-On-One Player Drills Competition against The Six Receivers, but we only had Three Cover Cornerbacks to Really Try and Attempt To Cover The Outstanding Wide Receivers, Slot Receivers, and Tight Ends, but Those Three Cornerbacks had Incredible Speed Measurables.
The Most Incredible Pro-Shuttle of The 2019 Lestini Super Combine was Recorded by #3 Cornerback and Return Man Bradley Jefferson (5-7, 155) of Averett University with an “Unbelievable” and “Mind-Boggling” 3.87 Pro-Shuttle. Two Other Amazing Pro-Shuttles were a 3.94 Pro-Shuttle by #7 Defensive Back Kunle Ainde (5-11, 203) of The University of Minnesota and #2 Cornerback Dallin Finley (5-9, 189) of Southwest Minnesota State University, who I met on Saturday Night, in The Hotel Lobby, and who Ran an Outstanding 3.98 Pro-Shuttle.
Although the Three or Four Cornerbacks Had Outstanding Speed Measurables and They Looked Extremely Fast in The Lestini Free Agent Super Combine Forties, They Did Not Run Extremely Fast Forties, but They Were Extremely Quick and Extremely Aggressive in The One-On-One Player Drills Competition.
Also, most of The Wide Receivers and Defensive Backs wanted To Play both Positions in The One-On-One Competition, which was Great, because I was able To Evaluate Their Speed and Quickness on Both Sides of the Football.
All of The Lestini Super Combine Coaches have helped John and Mary Jo Lestini to make this Super Free Agents Combine, The Greatest and Most Impressive Free Agents Super Combine in the Country, for all 18 Years.
I would still have to say that the most exciting part for me as a Super Scout is to see all of these Great Athletes “In Action and Showing Their Stuff” on Sunday in front of all of The Coaches and Scouts from various Professional Teams and Professional Leagues. There were a Few Canadian Professional Teams at the Super Combine and Super Workout
2019 Nominated Players
Players have been nominated by their Coaches, Coaching Staff or the All American Bowl Committee and are eligable to play in the College All American Bowl at US Bank Stadium December 21st 2019. Final Nominations will be made before November 30.
2019 College Nominees Between August and December 1, 2019
Each Roster will only have 42 players 2QB, 1K, 1P, 1LS, 2RB, 5WR, 6LB, 6DB, 8OL, 8DL, 1RT, 1Spec. There isone College All American Bowl game
so roster spots are limited.
Here are some, but not all of the nominated players for 2019. More to come! All Players must register to be selected to play. Register Here
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2019 Coaches and Staff Not Complete
|Aaron Simpson||Dixie St.||DB|
|Aaron Wright||Wayne State College||DB|
|Adam Wojenski||Framingham St.||QB|
|Akiva Wedge||Southern Va.||RB|
|Albert Padilla||NEO Predators||K|
|Alessio Amato||Ohio Dominican||DB|
|Alex Herink||UW-River Falls||WR|
|Allie Freeman||Ouachita Baptist||WR|
|Alvin Johnson||Puget Sound||WR|
|Anthony Cordero||Del Valley||DL|
|Anthony Cordero||Delaware Valley U||DL|
|Anthony Fontana||Delaware Valley U||QB|
|Anthony Thomas||Delaware Valley U||DB|
|Antonio Johnson||N.C. Wesleyan||LB|
|Antonio Tyrese Seals||St. Paul Pioneers||LB|
|Auqueith Bradshaw||UW Stout||RB|
|Austin Hensley||West Virginia St.||QB|
|Austin Toussaint||Colo. Sch. of Mines||P|
|Avonte Bell||Ferris St.||LB|
|B.J. Jefferson||Tarleton St.||DL|
|Ben Beckman||UW-River Falls||QB|
|Ben Holmes||Tarleton St.||QB|
|Billy Greer||Central Wash.||DL|
|Billy Walsh||Delaware Valley U||LB|
|Bo Sheridan||Wash. & Lee||P|
|Bobby Jarosz||Augustana (IL)||RB|
|Boyer Bouman||Southwest Mn St||QB|
|Braden Sweet||Southwestern Okla.||DB|
|Brandon Howard||Johnson C. Smith||K|
|Brandon Swain-Price||Southern Conn. St.||WR|
|Brant Grisel||Charleston (WV)||QB|
|Brayton Finch||Gustavus Adolphus||TE|
|Brett Segala||SUNY Cortland||QB|
|Brice Panning||Gustavus Adolphus||WR|
|Broc Rutter||North Central (IL)||QB|
|Brock Geisz||William Jewell||LB|
|Brockton Brown||Ouachita Baptist||RB|
|Brook Bolles||Central Mo.||QB|
|Caden Walters||Sioux Falls||QB|
|Cal Lewellyn||Centre College||DB|
|Caleb Johnson||Minnesota West||WR|
|Camren Moore||Ohio Dominican||LB|
|Carlos Hernandez||Delaware Valley U||DB|
|Carter Conley||Centre College||LB|
|Cesar De Leon||Cal Lutheran||QB|
|Ch'Aim Smith||West Chester||DL|
|Chaiten Tomlin||Mt. St. Joseph||QB|
|Charles Stafford, V||Clark Atlanta||QB|
|Chase Fisher||Anderson (IN)||P|
|Chauncey Haney||North Greenville||LB|
|Chris G Ruane||Simpson College||LS|
|Chris Gemayel||Bridgewater State||DL|
|Chris Hoad||Tex. Permian Basin||LB|
|Christian Saulsberry||West Ala.||WR|
|Christian Witchey||Saint Vincent||P|
|Chrsi Gemayel||Bridgewater State||DL|
|CJ Miller||St. Anselm||LB|
|Cody Cleveland||Westfield St.||K|
|Cole Spieker||Wis.-La Crosse||WR|
|Colin Fasolka||Delaware Valley U||K|
|Cory Hanger||Southwest Baptist||DB|
|Cory Hollowell||Southwest Mn St||DB|
|Craig Rucker||Mars Hill||WR|
|Dajuan Greene||Elizabeth City St.||WR|
|Damon Lloyd||Indiana (PA)||LB|
|Daniel Campos||George Fox||LB|
|Daniel Davis||Southwest Minn. St.||WR|
|Daniel McCants||Tarleton St.||RB|
|Danny Laudet||Concordia-St. Paul||P|
|David Hamilton||Plymouth St.||RB|
|David James||Western Conn. St.||QB|
|David Still||Saginaw Valley||LB|
|David Tammaro||Johns Hopkins||QB|
|DeMarco Prewitt||Kansas Wesleyan||RB|
|Demetrius Harris||Fort Valley St.||DL|
|Derek Alexander||Fargo Invaders||LB|
|Derek Michael Glynn||Augsburg||LB|
|Derek Parnell||Western Ore.||DB|
|Derrick Curtis||Neb. Wesleyan||WR|
|Derrick Yates||Emory & Henry||WR|
|Dillon Savage||Pacific (OR)|
|Dion Earls||Ferris St.||WR|
|Dominic Cizauskas||Glenville St.||LB|
|Dominic Clotman||NEO Predators||RB|
|Donavan Henderson, Jr.||Manchester||RB|
|Donte Ross||Tex. A&M-Kingsville||WR|
|Dustin Basks||Central Okla.||WR|
|Elems Ukwu||Lake Erie||DB|
|Eli Smith||Kansas Wesleyan||OL|
|Eric Fairweather||St. Anselm||QB|
|Eric Soderberg||St. Scholastica||LB|
|Ethan Knudson||Wayne State College||K|
|Ethan Pulley||Cal Lutheran||LB|
|Frank Honang||West Tex. A&M||DB|
|Garrett Boyd||Western Colo.||P|
|George Cole||Westfield St.||LB|
|Gino Bonagura||Buffalo St.||DB|
|Harley Hazlett||Fort Hays St.||WR|
|Hunter Wilson||Lebanon Valley||RB|
|Isaiah Diggs||Colorado St.-Pueblo||WR|
|Isaiah Smith jr||Georgia Southern||DL|
|Isaiah Tenette||Concordia Wi||WR|
|Isiah Scott||West Virginia St.||WR|
|Isiah Shultz||Concordia U Wisconsin||DL|
|Isiah Shultz||Concordia Wi||DL|
|Isiah Sims||Mesabi Pioneers||RB|
|Jack Fitzgerald||Delaware Valley U||LB|
|Jackson Erdmann||Saint John's (MN)||QB|
|Jackson Wibbels||Colorado St.-Pueblo||DL|
|Jacob Adams||Wash. & Jeff.||QB|
|Jacob Anderson||Bemidji St.||WR|
|Jacob Husnik||St Paul Pioneers||OL|
|Jacob Park||Mo. Southern St.||QB|
|Jacob Protzman||Wayne St. (NE)||DL|
|Jacob Wenzlick||Michigan Tech||WR|
|Jacquese Goins||Macmurray College||DB|
|Jake Riportella||Concordia WI||RB|
|Jalin Scott||UM Crookston||QB/WR|
|James Ceasar||Ferris St.||DB|
|James Douglas III||Eureka||WR|
|James Earl Washington||Sioux city Stampede||DL|
|James Hill||Wayne St. (MI)||RB|
|James Launderville||St Paul Pioneers||WR|
|James Maxie||Colorado St.-Pueblo||LB|
|Jamyre Soberanis||Western New Eng.||RB|
|Jason Santoni||George Fox||K|
|Javarian Smith||Lake Erie||QB|
|Ja'Vonte Shacoy Johnson||Simpson College||QB|
|Jay Tedesco||Central Okla.||P|
|Jayden Emberton-Gaines||Seton Hill||LB|
|Jeremy Bell||Charleston (WV)||DB|
|Jeremy Jackson||UMass Dartmouth||WR|
|Jewell Day||Puget Sound||WR|
|Jo Jo Gause||IUP||WR|
|Joe Stanley Warner||Truman State University||DL|
|Joe Warner||UM Crookston||DL|
|Joey Biel||Monmouth (IL)||K|
|John Bickle||Wheaton (IL)||P|
|John Bowers||Adams St.||P|
|John Kwiecinski||Northern Mich.||P|
|Johnny Feauto||Kansas Wesleyan||QB|
|Jonathan Curti||Neb. Wesleyan||QB|
|Jordan Downes||King's (PA)||RB|
|Jordan Evert||Buffalo St.||WR|
|Jordan Walters||East Stroudsburg||K|
|Joseluis Moreno||Minot St.||K|
|Josh Gatlin||Fargo Invaders||DB|
|Josh Gurnaby||Black Hills St.||DB|
|Josh Kirk||Gust. Adolphus||WR|
|Josh Parks||St. Thomas (MN)||RB|
|Josh Taylor||Wayne State College||DL|
|Joshua Johnson||Southwestern Assemblies of God||WR|
|Joshua Williams||Benedictine (IL)||RB|
|Ju'an Williams||New Haven||WR|
|Justin Hill||Mount Union||WR|
|Justin Martin||Wayne State College||PR|
|Justin Rankin||Northwest Mo. St.||RB|
|Justin T Allen||Sioux city Stampede||RB|
|Justin Watts||Glenville St.||K|
|Juwan Manigo||Delaware Valley U||WR|
|K-Anthony Fletcher||Fargo Invaders||QB|
|Keandre Evans||Ouachita Baptist||DB|
|Keegan Linehan||Southwest Baptist University||DB|
|Kei Beckham||Charleston (WV)||DB|
|Kenyonn Jones||Delaware Valley U||DL|
|KiAnte Hardin||Pittsburg St.||DB|
|Kolbie Foster||Wayne State College||DE|
|Kyle Boyer-Tucker||American Int'l||WR|
|Lance Moise||Concordia Chicago||RB|
|Layne Bieberle||Fort Hays St.||WR|
|Le'Andre Darrell Benion||Kansas Wesleyan||WR|
|L'Liott Curry||Henderson St.||WR|
|Lorenzo Logwood||Wayne State College||RB|
|Lorenzo West||Pittsburg St.||WR|
|Luis Lopez||Tex. A&M-Kingsville||RB|
|Luke Salerno||Grove City||LB|
|Mario Nigro||Delaware Valley U||RB|
|Mark Niles||Ohio Northern||LB|
|Markel Johnson||New Haven||DL|
|Markel Smith||Missouri Western||RB|
|Marvelle Ross||Notre Dame (OH)||WR|
|Mason Newton||Colorado Mesa||DL|
|Matt Gravely||North Greenville||K|
|Matt Long||Mass. Maritime||RB|
|Matt Long||Mass. Maritime||RB|
|Matt Shea||Plymouth St.||DB|
|Matt Urmanski||Wis.-Stevens Point||QB|
|Maurice Wright||Northwestern Okla.||LB|
|Max Praschak||UW-River Falls||LB|
|Michael Cooper||Delaware Valley U||OL|
|Michael Junker||Bemidji St.||DB|
|Michael Veldman||Gustavus Adolphus||QB|
|Michael Veldman||Gust. Adolphus||QB|
|Mike Koos||Illinois Col.||LB|
|Mike Strachan||Charleston (WV)||WR|
|MJ Blankenfeld||Wayne State College||DL|
|MJ Blankenfeld||Wayne State College||DE|
|Monty Gene Sharpe II||Colorado St||WR|
|Nate Gunn||Minnesota St.||RB|
|Nate LaJoie||Michigan Tech||DL|
|Nate Pauls||Delaware Valley U||TE/FB|
|Nelson Brown||Cal U (PA)||RB|
|Nick Restaino||Delaware Valley U||K|
|Noah Routson||Trine University||OL|
|Noah Routson||Trine University||OL|
|Parker Gregston||Sioux Falls||DB|
|Patrick Hall P. Hall||Southwestern Assemblies of God||WR|
|Paul Ortiz||Winona St.||K|
|Paul Terry||Eastern N.M.||RB|
|Payne Sullins||Angelo St.||QB|
|Payton Bowdry||Northwestern-St. Paul||RB|
|Phillip Spearing||Southwestern Assemblies of God||K|
|Preston Carr||La Verne||LB|
|Prince Robinson||Tarleton St.||DB|
|Quadir Strothers||Delaware Valley U||RB|
|Quinn Harrison Slaven||University of Minnesota, Crookston||LS|
|Rashiek Harvard||Delaware Valley U||DB|
|Reed Rowan||Colorado Mesa||DL|
|Reuben Linton II||Delaware Valley University||RB|
|Richard Stammetti||Henderson St.||QB|
|Ricky McCoy||Lindenwood (MO)||DB|
|Roland Rivers III||Slippery Rock||QB|
|Romeo Gilbert||Astun Pea - Georgia Doom||DE|
|Roosevelt Calhoun||Western N.M.||LB|
|Ryan Barrett||Delaware Valley University||LB|
|Ryan Norton||Delaware Valley U||TE|
|Rysen John||Simon Fraser||WR|
|Sam Han||Wesleyan (CT)||K|
|Samuel Staehling||St. Norbert||WR|
|Scottie Bobeck||Benedictine (IL)||LB|
|Sean O'Dell||Colo. Sch. of Mines||WR|
|Sha'haun Williams||Notre Dame (OH)||DL|
|Shane Zylstra||Minnesota St.||WR|
|Shaq Bradford||Kansas Wesleyan||DE|
|Shaquille Edmond||Delaware Valley U||WR|
|Simeon Washington||Trine University||LB|
|Sid Thurmond||West Ala.||WR|
|Stevann Brown||Chadron St.||RB|
|Steven Edwards Jr.||Augsburg||DB|
|Stevie Green||Fayetteville St.||RB|
|Takwan Crews-Naylor||Fairmont St.||QB|
|Terraris Saffold||Central St. (OH)||RB|
|Tevin Jones||Mary Hardin-Baylor||LB|
|Tevon Wright||Chadron St.||WR|
|Thomas McCloughan||Delaware Valley U||OL|
|Timaun Williams||Delaware Valley U||DB|
|Traveon Samuel||Foothill College||RB|
|Travis Wilson||Chadron St.||LB|
|Trenton Poe-Evans||Kansas Wesleyan||TE|
|Trevor Long||UM Crookston||LB|
|Trey Keenan||St.paul Pioneers||DB|
|Ty Currie||Western Ore.||QB|
|Tyler Affa||Seton Hill University||LB|
|Tyler Dunlop||Arkansas Tech||K|
|Tyler Marr||Southwestern Okla.||QB|
|Tyler Ryan||Concordia University - Wisconsin||OL|
|Tyler Ryan||Concordia WI||OL|
|Tyler Ryen Lightbody||Southwestern Assemblies of God||P|
|Tyler Thomsen||Wayne State College||LB|
|Tyler Thomsen||Wayne State College||LB|
|Tyrone Cromwell||Florida Tech||DB|
|Vincent Dileo||Delaware Valley U||LB|
|Warren Singletary||Kansas Wesleyan||LB|
|Wesley Schools||Grove City||RB|
|Will Blake||St. John Fisher||WR|
|Wyatt Steigerwald||Missouri Western||QB|
|Wyatt Strand||Eastern N.M.||QB|
|Xavier Smith||Dixie St.||WR|
|Xzavier Hines||Virginia Union||DL|
|Zach Edwards||St. Scholastica||QB|
|Zach Gaines||West Ala.||P|
|Zach Phillips||West Liberty||QB|
|Zach Tripodi||SUNY Cortland||RB|
|Zak Ciezki||Buffalo St.||QB|
|Zayin Smith||Minnesota West||RB|
|Zimari Manning||Tarleton St.||WR|
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Gateway All American Bowl Presented by ESSO/Global
at US Bank Stadium December 21st 2019
This the 23th Anniversary of the All American Bowl and will be sponsored in part by Gateway/ESSO/Global and played at the outstanding work of art, US Bank Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings and SUPER BOWL LII. College and Free Agent players from all over the United States and Canada will play in Gateway All American Bowl XXIII Esso/Global All Star Football Game, December 21st, 2019 at 1:05pm.
One Hundred of the North America's top college and free agents football players have been selected to showcase their skills.Two teams of 50 players will compete in the All American Bowl. They will be slected out of the 350 plus nominated players, here are a few of the current nominees:
Aaron Austin Augsburg OL; Aaron Simpson Dixie St. DB; MIAC First Team Defense LB Derek Glynn Augsburg;
Brant Grisel Charleston (WV) QB; Caden Walters Sioux Falls QB; Daniel Davis Southwest Minn. St. CCA All-American - WR; Danny Laudet Concordia-St. Paul P; Dimitri Abro Northwood DB; Drew Mahoney Bentley WR; Jacob Anderson Bemidji St. WR; Jacob Protzman Wayne State College DL; Jaquan Hardy Tiffin RB; Jaquan Hardy Tiffin RB; Johnny Feauto AFCA-NAIA ALL-AMERICA , Kansas Wesleyan QB; Jordan Salima Truman RB; ; Luis Lopez T
ex. A&M-Kingsville RB; Michael Cooper Delaware Valley U OL; Michael Junker Bemidji St. DB; Mike Strachan Charleston (WV) WR; Nate Gunn Minnesota St. RB; Noah Routson Trine University , All-MIAA OL; Paul Ortiz Winona St. K; Quinn Frisell Augsburg QB; Sam Reeves Truman DL: Shaq Bradford Kansas Wesleyan DE; Simeon Washington Trine Universit, All-MIAA LB : Tyler Ryan Concordia Wi, All-NACC - OL; Tyler Thomsen Wayne State College LB; Warren Singletary Kansas Wesleyan LB; Isiah Lee Shultz DL Concordia UW;
Jacquese Goins DB MacMurray College; Anthony DeBella OL St. Olaf; Joe Warner UM, Crookston; Chris Gemayel DL Bridgwater ; North Team: Arnold Riggs, OL; DeMarco Prewitt AFCA-NAIA ALL-AMERICA , Kansas Wesleyan RB; Michael Heffner WR; Chris Stokes LB Virginia Union;Arnold Riggs TE,Kentucky Christian; lorenzo Hood, DL UCF. Darius Crosby, OL, Dupage. Le'Andre Benion ALL MIAC Specialists Aubsurg. Trenton Poe-Evans AFCA-NAIA ALL-AMERICA , Kansas Wesleyan TE
* College and Free Agent All American Bowl.
* Viking Skolt (that's Skolt in the Skol Vikings Promo Photo Above) and Lady Kira will be on hand Defending the North at the Banquet and cheering on the players at the game!
* Player Sign In at Crown Plaza Aire Hotel, Saturday, December 19th starting at 3pm.
* All Star Banquet December 20th at Crown Plaza Aire with guest Speaker former Minnesota Viking JT Turner. Plus the presentation of the All American Bowl Awards.
* Team Meetings, Practice and Combine at Augsburg Indoor Dome. December 20th. (see itinerary for details)
* Game Day Player Photos, Players Announcements, Kick-off at US Bank Stadium (Home of 2018 Super Bowl and the Minnesota Vikings), Tickets at the Eco Lab Entrance on the north side walking distance to the Light Rail Line. Family and Friends can Ride Lightrail in front of the Crown Plaza Aire Hotel to the Mall of America and/or US Bank Stadium
* Game is played under NFL rules with variations, (including adjustment for Kickers and Punters)
Click Read More for FAQ, Itinerary, player photos and Complete event information
WHEN IS IT?
Saturday December 21, 2019
College All American All - Stars vs Stripes
Free Agent All American Bowl
WHERE IS THE GAME?
US Bank Stadium, Home of the Minnesota Vikings, and SUPER BOWL LII Minneapolis, MN
PURPOSE OF THE ALL AMERICAN BOWL
Provide quality football and educational opportunities for the players.
WHO CAN PLAY?
2019 College Seniors and Free Agents Register Here
HOW DOES ONE GET SELECTED?
The players have been recommended by their coaches and selected by the All American Bowl Selection Committee and the Football Scouting Bureau. These select players are being recognized for their outstanding Division I/II/III and Free Agent careers.
HOW LONG WILL I BE IN MINNESOTA?
3 Days 2 Nights, December 19, 20, 21 2018
CAN I STAY LONGER?
Yes, (see below)
HOW CAN I GET TICKETS?
General Admission: $20.00 Game
Game tickets can be purchased at Eco Lab Entrance on Game day! $20 Adults, Students $15, 12 to 6 $5, 5 and under Free.
on the north side walking distance to the Light Rail Line. Family and Friends can Ride Lightrail in front of the Crown Plaza Aire Hotel to the Mall of America and/or US Bank Stadium for the Game.
Friday 20th at 7:00PM
Friends and Family Banquet Tickets Call 575-322-2695
2019 Practice Itinerary
Thursday - December 19th 2019
Crown Plaza Hotel Check-in, Sign-in and Jersey Pick-up for all Players and Coaches
7:00pm Team Meetings
Friday - December 20th 2019 Augsburg college Dome
9:00am Mangini ProLook Football Combine and Practice: Game Jersey, Helmet and Shoulder pads for practice.
7:00pm Team Dinner at Crown Plaza Air Hotel
Saturday Game Day Game - US Bank Stadium December 21st 2019
1:05PM College & Free Agent All American Bowl
Game: Gateway All American College All Star Game Presented by Esso/Global
9am Team Meetings
11:30 AM Walk-Thru at Stadium
Team and Individual Pictures, Announcement of Player, National Anthem
1:05 PM College All American Bowl Kick-Off (NFL Rules)
Halftime and Post Game Entertainment?
Kicking and Punting Competition, Post Game Awards
*Schedule Subject to Change without Notice!
Player can take the Light Rail from the Stadium to MSP Airport after the game.
WILL IT BE BROADCAST?
If Broadcast is available, there will be a link on this website if not Highlights of the game will be posted and Video after the game. The media is invited to attend all practice sessions and social events. Media credentials can be obtained by contacting the All American Bowl at 575-322-2695 and leaving a message with your name, affiliation and phone number. Mall of America Website
WILL THERE BE SCOUTS WATCHING?
NFL, Canadian, European, UFL, Arena, NRFL, Scouting Bureaus, Minor League, and Professional Scouts are invited. However we cannot guarantee scout attendance. See Notable Alumni
NFL Alumni Including Tony Mangini Buffalo Chapter Mangini Super Agent Article, Micheal Blair and Angel Lopez Chicago Chapter, will coaching in the game and running the combine.
WILL THERE BE AWARDS GIVEN?
Post Game: MVP for both teams
Offense and Defense Lineman Awards - In honor of Mick Tingelhoff and Jim Marshall (Former Minnesota Vikings),
Plus: Offense and Defense Awards and MVP Awards
All American Bowl Awards (Presented at the Banquet)
IS THERE A HOST HOTEL?
Yes Crown Plaza Air Bloomington is one of the area’s finest hotels, and will be the official hotel of the All American Bowl. for reservations Family and Friends Discount link $75.00 per night Code AAB (look at Group Code are to see AAB when you are putting in you stay dates. call 952-854-9000 Click to Reserve Rooms
The hotel is right on the Light Rail Line which goes to US Bank Stadium, Mall of America and the Airport for as low as $1.75.
HOW ARE PLAYERS HOUSED?
Players are housed 2 per room
CAN A PLAYER STAY WITH A FRIEND OR FAMILY MEMBER?
Yes, to do this a Friend or Family Member must contact the Crown Plaza Air and make reservations for a separate room (you are able to use the Family & Friends discount). Crown Plaza Air Bloomington is one of the area’s finest hotels, and will be the official hotel of the All American Bowl. Call 952-854-9000 for reservations Family and Friends Discount link $75.00 per night Code AAB Click to Reserve Rooms
IS THERE A COST FOR PLAYERS?
No, they obtain sponsors to cover the cost. There is a cost to run the event so we will provide players with the materials needed to secure a sponsorship. The event sponsorship fee is $499 plus your transportation cost to and from your home to the event. No Sponsorship fee refunds will be made if canceled within 30 days of the event. Due to limited of positions we ask that you provide a commitment deposit fee of $200 in order to hold your roster spot this is refundable with your completed sponsor fee of $499 or you can just do the balance of which is $299. There are hundreds of players that want to participate in this event. Commitment Deposit Fee Due now. Deadline December 17th, 2019
Full Fee Due Nov 17th Sponsor Fee Click Here Send a Sponsor a Form Here (pdf)
The Players FULL sponsorship will cover:
Hotel: (3 days-2 nights stay)
Pro Scouting Event (Combine)
2 Meals and Banquet (Meet and Greet)
DOES THE SPONSORSHIP COVER TRAVEL?
NO, but a player can get more than the required amount in additional sponsorship to cover travel. Call 575-322-2695 for more information on how to cover your airfare!
Note: All Players are responsible for travel to Minneapolis for the All American Bowl, including all practices and to the game. Parent, friends, fans and coaches are welcome at all practices, combine and it is OK and encouraged for players to ride along. Note: If you have special needs please contact us 575-322-2695
2011 All American Bowl Roster DII/DIII All American Bowl-HHH Metrodome
Aaron Courtney RB 5' 8" 200 Fort Valley State University Aaron Kleinpetter DE 6'2 245 Western New Mexico U Adam Hoste LB 5'10 220 Monmouth College Adam Neugebauer QB 6'2 210 West Virginia Wesleyan Akeem Nofiu DE 6,2 270 West Virginia State Alex Bade RB 5'8" 180 Granite City Renegades Alex Lawton OL 6'1 290 Concordia University Wisconsin Alexander Mayo OL 6'2 280 Averett Alic Vanover RB 5'11" 220 Noble county wolfpack Allen Pendleton DB 5'9 175 Minnesota Spartans Alvin Johnson OL 6'5 350 Minnesota spartans Andre Thomas DE 6'3 255 Grand Valley State University Andre Turner LB 6'1 255 Southern Lakes Blue Devils Andrew Taylor DB 6'0'' 179 Benedictine University Anthony Brown WR 6"2 207 Truman State University Anthony Rouba DT 6'3.5 280 Saint Joseph College, In. Antonio Leak DE 6'3 250 Henderson state Antwon Jones WR 6"2 190 Burlington BlueDevils Austin Turner K 6'3 225 Fayetteville State University Bobby Johnson DT 6'10 280 Henry county Horsemen Brad Fortney LB 5'11 232 Carthage College Brad Simpson TE 6' 215 Brained lumberjacks Brandon Mueller RB 5'9" 195 minnesota sting Brett Shippey DT 6'0 270 Juniata College Caleb Christian FS 6'0 202 Hardin Simmons University Cameron Bryant LB 5'11 220 Lake Erie College Cardoza Jacks Call RB 5"9 215 Cheyney University Carl Meeks Jr. DB 5'9 180 Cheyney University Carlos DeLaRosa WR 5'11 175 Fitchburg State University carlos rattler DT 6 285 blue devils Casey Provo SS 5'11" 175 Minnesota Spartans Cedrick Clayton WR 5'11" 190 Widener University Pride Charles Stubfors OL 6'0" 275 Minnesota Sting Chris Cook FS 6' 196 Adrian College Chris Layher OL 6' 1" 230 Sioux Falls Stallions Chris Nelessen DE 6' 5" 275 Southern Lake Blue Devils Chris Tosello DT 6'1 255 Menlo College Christian Lumbu DE 6' 265 Brevard College Christopher Santiago SS 6'2 185 Southern lakes Blue Devils Christopher Scharpf LB 5.11 195 Dubuque Bruisers Clayton Hazeltine LB 6'1 240 Wingate University clinton barley DT 6'3" 305 western illinois Cody Pearcy WR 5'11'' 175 Huntingdon College Connor Wright DE 6' 240 colorado mesa university mavericks Cordelle Nugent LB 6'0 215 New Mexico Highlands University Corey Hildreth SS 5'9 180 Baldwin Wallace College Cory Clark LB 5'9 200 Minnesota Sting cory whitfield LB 6'3 208 texas a and m commerce Dan Powell SS 5'10 200 Minnesota Sting D'Angelo Allison RB 5'8 205 Quad City Stallions Daniel Saenz TE 6' 3" 225 Southern Lake Blue Devils Darnell Burton WR 6'2 200 Cheyney University Darnell Christian DB 5"11 188 Chambersburg Cardinals Darren Edwards RB 5'7" 197 minnesota sting David Padilla FB 6'2" 260 New Mexico Highlands University DeMareo Darrah QB 6' 215 Des Moines Blaze Demetrius Hawkins RB 5"10 205 Minnesota Spartans Demontrez Simington TE 6'3 230 greenville college Derek Brown WR 6'1" 202 Kentucky Wesleyan College Derek Eversley WR 5'10'' 190 Dakota Warriors Derrick Grant RB 5'7 180 Hardin-Simmons University DeShaun Elliott DB 6'1 195 Delaware Valley Eagles devaughn Snowden FS 6'1 186 upstate ravens Devon Zimmerman FS 5'10 185 West Texas Drillers DJ Strong DB 5 10 180 Delaware Buccaneers Doug Dudek SS 5'10 190 William Paterson Univeristy drake woodard DB 5'11 170 Hobart College EDWARD PERRY DB 5'8 180 MISSOURI STATE Emmanuel Livingston DE 6'3 255 Texas southern university Eric Crocker DB 6'2 190 University Of Arkanasas Monticello Eric Sopher OL 6'8" 310 Indiana Mustangs Erick Michael Johnson DE 6ft 270 Ridgewater college, Brainerd Lumberjacks erick smith LB 5'10 215 cheyney university of pa Evan Page DT 6' 5" 285 McHenry County Pirates Frankie Flaherty WR 6'1 175 Minnesota Sting Franklin Lyburn III DE 6'3" 250 cheyney university George shamblen P 6'0 205 Angelo state
St Cloud State University
Eastern New Mexico
Herb Bolden DB 5'10 175 Bridge City Knights House Mobley DE 6'2" 225 Minnesota Spartans Isiah Cross WR 6'4 225 Adrian College J.B Clark QB 6'3 225 Truman State University Jack Petion LB 6'1" 232 Southern Connecticut State University
North Greenville University
Western New Mexico
Jacob Husnik OL 6'4" 285 St. Paul Pioneers James Hill DB 5'10 185 William Paterson University Jason Marquis DT 5'10" 255 Juniata College Jason Slowey OL 6'4" 315 Western Oregon University Jeff McGaster DT 6'4" 295 Minnesota Spartans jeremiah walker LB 5'9 225 minnesota spartans Jim Hamill LB 6 215 William Paterson University Joe Burnett WR 6'1 185 UNC Pembroke Joe Noble OL 6'4'' 260 College of Mount Saint Joseph John Nicholas OL 6'4 285 University Of Wisconsin - Oshkosh Jonathan Pinque RB 5'9 198 Centre College Jordan Bouw DE 6'4 255 Sioux Falls Stallions Jourdan Coley RB 5' 8" 183 Peoria Steel Justin Budiac WR 5' 8" 185 UW-Oshkosh Justin Crosier DT 6' 250 Bluffton university Justin Rogers DB 6'2'' 185 concoedia university of wisconsin keith anthony FS 5'9 195 huntingdon college Kendall Hartfiel DT 5'9" 210 Granite City Renegades Kenneth Clady-Mason DE 6'3" 245 Lake Forest College Kenny Stoklosa LB 6'1 250 Kentucky Wesleyan College Kevin Davis WR 5'11'' 185 Lake Forest College Khalid Harris DB 5'10 192 Kentucky Weslyan College Kiwon Bates DB 5'10 170 St. Cloud Stats/Renegades Semi-Pro Kyle Swartz P 6' 215 Omaha Outlaws Lamar Toney WR 6'4 215 Southen Michigan Timberwolves Lawrence Washington DT 6'3 338 Columbia Falcons Leopold Ashley 111 LB 5'10 220 Granite City Renegades Lionel Lamarre DB 5'10 184 Minnesota Spartans Logan Mitseff K 6'5 255 Adrian College Luke Butts SS 5'7" 165 Lake Forest College Foresters Madison Leary K 6'4' 210 Suny Maritime College Mahmoud Abumayyaleh LB 5 8 210 MN Spartans Marcus Taylor LB 6'0 250 minnesota spartans Mark Gronzalski P 6ft 225 William Penn University/ Bridge City Knights Marlon lobban LB 6'2 245 sioux falls stallions Marquis Bradley RB 5'11 220 Grinnell College Matthew McWilliams DB 5 11 185 Benedictine University Matthew Sickler QB 6'0" 225 Granite City Renegades Max Stoll OL 6'1 320 Minnesota Spartans Melvin Davis OL 5'11" 295 Clark Atlanta University Michael Blodgett WR 6'1 190 Monmouth College Michael Gist FS 6*1 220 Brevard College Michael Heetland LB 6'1 245 West Texas Drillers Michael Mosley Jr DE 6'2" 245 Angelo State University Mike Rubalcaba FS 6'0 200 Nichols College Mike Salerno FS 6'2 210 Italian National Team, Vienna Vikings Narvie Cooper SS 5'11 210 Quad City Raiders Nathan Batchelor LB 5'11" 235 North Greenville University Niko Wright SS 5'9'' 198 Bacone College Phillip Northrop TE 6'2" 250 Southern Lake Blue Devils
Randal Smedley RB 5' 9" 205 Salisbury University Randy Louis DB 5'9 180 Indiana University of PA/Youngstown State Rashad Daniels WR 6'0 180 Murray State University ReCarlo Tucker RB 6'0" 268 Arkansas Pirates Ricky Moore LB 5'11 215 clark atlanta univ. Robert Smith OL 6'4 365 Bemidji State University Rod Gray RB 5'10 200 Northwestern Oklahoma State University Sean Trotter WR 6 160 Capital City Crush Shane Reschke DB 6' 0" 185 Monmouth College Fighting Scots Spencer Whittington OL 6'3 285 Adrian College Stan Banks DB 5'8" 170 Cheyney Stephen Voelkner OL 5'11 265 College of Saint Scholastica Steve Hoverson LB 6' 1" 220 Fairleigh Dickinson University (Devils) Steve Small DB 6' 195 Bethel University Tennessee Steven Smith K 5'8 170 Southern Michigan Timberwolves Steven Tunner DT 6"2 274 Jackson tennessee War Eagles Taylor Greene DB 5'9 185 New Mexico Highlands Terence Manning DB 5'7'' 210 Des Moines Blaze Tim Herkenoff DE 6'2 250 Granite City Renegades Tim Hume DE 6' 2" 260 Cheyney University titus cole DE 6'4 265 St. cloud state/Brainerd Lumberjacks Tom Lathrop K 5'9" 185 Bridge City Knights Tony Faller SS 6'3 200 Lakeland College Tony Johnson DE 6'3 240 Merrimack College Tony Udley FS 6'1' 225 New Mexico Highlands University Torin Turner RB 6'0" 175 Mesabi Range Trevor gross WR 5'10 185 Brainerd lumberjacks. Tyler Muniz DT 6' 275 Culver-Stockton College Tyler Osterman QB 6' 1" 195 Centre College Tyler Peckham DT 6'4 350 Midwest Force Vince Salucci DB 6 2 190 Beloit College Vincent Sciano DE 6'5 250 UW-Oshkosh Willie McDowell WR 6'2 210 Huntingdon College Willy Korn QB 6'2 210 North Greenville University Woodrow Butler TE 6'8" 240 McDaniel College Xavier Ratcliffe DB 5'10 160 Minnesota Spartans Zachary L ClarK OL 6 2 335 Southern lake blue devils
Gateway All American Bowl Presented by ESSO/Global
at US Bank Stadium December 22nd 2018
Final Score 53 Stars 12 Stripes.
Here just a few scheduled to compete: Canaan Gebele QB Dennison University(7) Gagliardi Trophy Semifinalist, Gebele has over 7000 yard passing with 57 passing touchdowns and over 2000 yards rushing over 4 years! Pat Harbin Jr LB (50); Derri:ck Tate, DE (11) Bowie State,1st Team All-CIAA , HBCU 1st All American; Jake Karlicek OL (60) Beloit College 3x All-Conference; Steven Bowers Pure State DL (1); Rob Wolfington Baldwin Wallace University WR (84); Benji Galbraith Delta State University TE (81); Jamal Jackson DB U of West Florida (24)
Jaime Glenn JR OL (56), Jake Hudson QB Baldwin Wallace (10) school single season passing-record with a career-best 2,640 yards , Anthony Louthan Pacific Lutheran (82), Cody Leonard LB (22) Quincy U, Lorenzo Hood DL (99) Cental Florida -Winnipeg Blue Bombers, More to Come.
* Viking Skolt (that's Skolt in the Skol Vikings Promo Photo Above) and Lady Kira will be on hand Defending the North at the Banquet and cheering on the players at the game!
* Player Sign In at Crown Plaza Aire Hotel, Saturday, December 20th starting at 3pm. Make Reservations Click Here
* All Star Banquet December 17th at Crown Plaza Aire with guest Speaker former Minnesota Viking JT Turner. Plus the presentation of the All American Bowl Awards. Click Read More for Family and Friends reservations information.
* Team Meetings, Practice and Combine at Augsburg Indoor Dome. December 20th, 21st. (see itinerary for details)
* Game Day Player Photos, Players Announcements, Kick-off at US Bank Stadium (Home of 2018 Super Bowl and the Minnesota Vikings), Tickets at the Eco Lab Entrance on the north side walking distance to the Light Rail Line. Family and Friends can Ride Lightrail in front of the Crown Plaza Aire Hotel to the Mall of America and/or US Bank Stadium.
Aztec Bowl XLIV USA College Football Players vs Mexican College Football Players at Olympic Stadium Mexico City, Mexico December 8th, 2018
2018 Nominees so far! Nominations and Selections are still open for all Games!
Terry Sullivan is an entrepreneur, promoter and founder of many enterprises and the owner of 360 Sports and Events. He is the founder of the All American Bowl, All American Eagles, USA Bowl, WPFL and Preferred Image Sportswear. His contributions to football at many levels are professional, thorough and exemplary.
In 1996 he established the All American Bowl which is an American Football All Star Game for several levels including: Division I, II and Division III, JUCO, Semi-Pro and High School football players. He has coordinated All Star games and events at the Super Bowl in Miami, the NFL experience in Atlanta and coordinated games in AT&T Stadium Dallas, Texas; Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, the US Bank Stadium (Metrodome) Minneapolis, Minnesota, Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida, UNI Dome in Cedar Falls Iowa; Daytona Beach, Florida; Thunder Bay, Canada; San Juan, Puerto Rico and the Aztec Bowl in Mexico City at Olympic Stadium, Chihuahua, Monterey, and Chiapas Mexico.
Sullivan founded the Mid America Football League in 1995 and in 2007 merged this league into the North American Football League. With Sullivan’s hard work the NAFL expanded to 140 teams with 7,000 participants by 2009. Sullivan founded the USA Bowl National Championship for Adult Amateur teams. He recognizes and ranks the nation’s Top 25 teams by analysis of 1,100 Semi Pro teams in the USA.
In 2003 Terry Sullivan was inducted in the American Football Association Hall of Fame. Two years later he was inducted in the Minor League Football News Hall of Fame and by 2010 into the American Football Hall of Fame Making him a member of three Halls of Fame. Sullivan was named National Football Events “Man of the Year” in 2012. These prestigious honors are the culmination of Terry’s forty-five years in football.
Sullivan was instrumental in the resurgence of women's football in the United States. He Founded the Women’s Professional Football league in 1999 and the two original teams the Minnesota Vixens and the Lake Michigan Minx. From those teams women's football has grown to over 100 teams and 3,000 participants. Prior to the start of the WPFL in 1999 there were no organized women’s teams playing American football in the United States.
Sullivan is a former assistant football coach from Eden Prairie, Minnesota and was raised in Brooten MN. Where he rushed for 2,500 total yards in High School before playing college football at Willmar Community College and then at Moorhead State University. In 1974 he was listed in Who’s Who in Football. Sullivan is married to Patricia and has 3 children Brandon, Declan and Kiersten. Sullivan is also a Classic Car collector. Philanthropy: Minnesota Minute Men: Minnesota Mr. Hockey Awards Board Member.
It can be said that Terry Sullivan is “a man for all seasons” in his contributions and successes in so many aspects of promotion and development of all levels of football.