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Over 4,000 players have played in the AAB since 1996.

The All American Bowl was founded in 1996 to give athletes the opportunity to compete against the best at their level in an all star game setting. In April of 1996, the first All American Bowl was played in Minnesota and has since been played at various cities across the country including Minneapolis, Dallas, Charleston, Atlanta, Miami, and Las Vegas. The All American Bowl also gives athletes the potential to be scouted by colleges and professional football teams. The All American Bowl has several types of games for different levels of competition that include: College, JUCO, Minor League, Free Agent, Mens, Womens and High School.

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Terry Sullivan

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.

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2015 All American Bowl Nominees

2015 All American Bowl Nominees

This is a list of player nominated by their respective coaches and All American Bowl Committee

The each All American Bowl team is made up of 42 players!

Only players that have been confirmed will be playing in the All American Bowl in
January 16th in Daytona Beach.

First Name Last Name College Position
Alden Haffar Minnesota State University P
Alex Simmons Savannah State University  RB
Alvis Mahome Sul Ross State University LB
Andrew Givens Eastern Michigan university WR
Andrew Fragale Clarion University of Pennsylvania  DL
Anthony Rivers Bluefield College DB
Anthony Cesar Warner University DB
Anthony  Rivers  Bluefield College  DB 
Antoine Harries UW WHITEWATER  LB
Antwain  Jones Macmurray  DB
Arlander Wade robert morris university  LB
Arron Solie UR Steven's Point WR
Ayrton  Scott  Augsburg College  QB 
Benji Exalus Gattaca Florida & USF DB
Bert Smith SUNY Brockport WR
Bill  Santell  Western
Brandon Short Clarion University DL
BRANDON  FUENTES ST. JOHN FISHER COLLEGE LB
Bryant  Wade Husson University LB
Bryce Merrill Washington and Jefferson College  LB
Bryce Duncan Minnesota State University Mankato WR
Brynell  Middleton The College at Brockport DB
Calvinaugh Jones Concord University RB
Calvon Henderson Sul Ross State University WR
Cameron Cress Clarion University OL
Carringten Brown Texas A&M University Commerce LB
Cassius Washington Arkansas Tech University WR
Charles Wort UTSA LB
Christian Hackney Holland College QB
Christian  Carreon Santa Ana College  DB
Christopher Hayes III tiffin university RB
Christopher  George Franklin pierce  LB
Clay Bachmeier Concordia College Moorhead OL
Colton Brownson Sul Ross State QB
Damien  Samuel Concordia college Alabama  DB
Daniel Siller UTEP WR
D'ante Shaw Brevard College; Liberty University  DB
Darius Crutcher College of faith  DL
darius  benders  University of Maine  RB 
Da'Twane Harris Ohio Dominican University  DB
Davious Chestnut South Carolina State University DB
Davontay Stevens Southwest Minnesota State University  RB
dayveontee lewis perris DB
Dayvyon Henry Midwestern state university   DB
Deandre Riddick Kentucky Christian University WR
Demetrius Allen Florida Institute of Technology LB
deneco hathorn concordia college alabama DB
Dennis  Foreman Northwood University OL
Deontea Rudasill Urbana University  RB
Deral  Miller Kentucky State University WR
Derrick  Lawrence Tabor College DL
Devon Stainrod Savannah State University OL
D'Maury Earl Leyden Lions DB
Donavan  Williams  Sam Houston State  RB
Douglas Hale Dakota State University WR
Dwight  Green Allen University LB
Enak Matia Bacone DB
Epafara Moananu Northpark University  OL
Eric Howard Lincoln University DL
Everett Davis Bacone College WR
Farid Adenuga University of Rochester WR
Gage Corner Trine WR
Grant Reber Texas State University  WR
Hector Solis Golden West College K
Isai Avalos Santa Ana OL
isaiah smith jr Georgia Southern university LB
JAMARCUS BALLARD BACONE COLLEGE DB
Jamie Phillips Wayne LB
Jamie Holbrook Southern Connecticut State  DL
jarelle  miller university of jamestown LB
Jarmon Coleman NICHOLLS state university RB
Javon Williams Wesleyan  DB
Jaylen Brooks Sul Ross state university  DL
Jeffrey Raymond Mankato DL
Jeffron Wells Undecided  DB
Jeron Jones Virginia Union University LB
Joe Novak BCC DB
John  Tsironis Western P
Johnathan  Hicks Southeastern University DB
Jonathan Johnson Concordia University RB
Jonathan Rijo  Lincoln University PA OL
Jonathan Johnson Concordia University RB
Josh  Bungum  Saint John's University  WR 
Joshua Adkins Anderson University RB
Joshua Martinez Howard Payne University K
Juan Hernandez Sul Ross State University OL
Justin Schmid St. Olaf College  OL
Justin Summers Dakota State University QB
Justin  Burke Kings college pa  DB
Kaleb Wendricks Minnesota State U - Mankato DL
K-Anthony Fletcher University of Iowa QB
Kashden Naraine Springfield College  DL
Keenan  Daniels  Mississippi Valley State WR 
Ker-Sean  Wilson  Savannah State University  WR
KEVIN DANIELS SCSU LB
Kevin  Smith  Ave Maria university  WR 
Kristopher Beauchamp Centre College DL
Larry Kpadehyea Bethany college west Virginia  LB
Lawrence Dampeer University of Oklahoma DL
Leonardo Myers Jr. Savannah State University LB
Levi Hintermeister Concordia College Moorhead LB
Marcus Kelly Gustavus Adolphus College OL
Marcus  Peterson Seton Hill University WR
Margo  Reed  university of south alabama  DB
Marquez  Gibson Concordia College Alabama DB
Marquis Artis Buffalo State College LB
Martin Henry Southern University  LB
Matt Archer  Husson Unitversity  OL
Matthew  Boyce Gustavus Adolphus College  WR
Mel Haro Sul Ross State Yniversity DB
Michael Vargas Los Angeles southwest college  OL
Michael Vinagro  North Shore Community  WR
Michael Vannucci William Paterson University WR
Michael  Thomas William Penn University RB
Michael  Burgess  Maine Maritime Academy  DL 
Mitch Hendricks Gustavus Adolphus College QB
Nate Keller Webber International University LB
Nathan Allen Lebanon Valley College LB
Nicholas Schlatz Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute RB
Nicholas Coy Minnesota State University Mankato OL
Nicholas Jack Mercer Countycollege OL
Nicholas  Garrett  Bethel College , Kansas  QB 
Nick Frandsen Gustavus Adolphus College DB
Octavius Sanders Kalamazoo DB
Patrick Carney Plymouth State Univ OL
Patrick Hebert Bacone college DB
Patrick Carney Plymouth State Univ OL
Quan  wooden Palomar Jc- semi pro DB
RASHAAD LIGHTY DELAWARE VALLEY UNIVERSITY  LB
reginald lancaster craven community college RB
Renorvio LaRue Holloman Saint Vincent College LB
Ricardo Zepeda Whittier College LB
RICHARD  Brannon Johnson c smith u RB
Rickey Corley LA Valley Collage WR
Robert Myers Minnesota State mankato LB
Ryan Gerleman Iowa Wesleyan university  DB
Sayquan  Anthony  UNCC  RB 
Schnayder Termidor Ithaca College LB
Scott Newby Gustavus Adolphus College OL
Seamus Walsh St. Olaf College DB
Sheldon Augustine  Langston University  WR
Shon  Chisom  Kentucky Wesleyan  QB 
Simon Carrillo Jr. Fullerton College  OL
Taylor Eggers Richmond QB
Terrance Stocker Northwood University WR
Terrell Turner El camino college DB
Tiyahnn Bryant Jersey Coast Academy WR
Todd Western University of Iowa DB
Trevor  Warner  St. John's University  DB 
Troy  Hendricks Bemidji High School RB
Troy  Van Dyke Jersey Coast Academy  LB
Tyrell Martin Augsburg RB
Wasido Ngandali Dakota State University DB
Wes Worthen University of Jamestown  DB
William McDonald Elite One Academy Prep WR

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All American Bowl Final

All American Bowl XXI 

Final All American Eagles 9   Florida Stars Flagler Kights 0

Eagles MVP's
Game MVP LB Nate Keller Webber International University
Offensive MVP WR Josh Bungum St Johns University
Defensive MVP Micheal Burgess  Maine Maritime

Florida Team MVP DB Koron Maultsby

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Click Here for Game Video are numbered  from M2U01885  To  M2U02017

Look for some of the county’s best small college football players in All American Bowl XXI. Top player showing their talent in this year’s game include All League, All Conference and Team Leaders.  Offensive All Stars include: QB Ayrton Scott from Augsburg College is also the MVP of the 2015 Aztec Bowl, Josh Bungum Saint John's University WR; Dennis Foreman Northwood University OL; Epafara Moananu Northpark University OL; Matt Archer Husson University OL; Michael Thomas William Penn University RB. Defensive All Star include: Patrick Hebert Bacone College DB; Wes Worthen University of Jamestown DB; Jamie Holbrook Southern Connecticut State U DL; Jaylen Brooks Sul Ross State U DL; Larry Kpadehyea Bethany College West Virginia LB; Bryant Wade Husson University LB; Trevor Warner St. John's University DB.

The game will be broadcast live online by Champs Sports Network.  This year’s All American Bowl is brought to in part by the Daytona Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau and 360 Sports. Kick-off is 11:05AM January 16th at Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach Florida.

About the Game:
The All American Bowl and USA All America Eagles team is designed to bring together the country’s top Division II and III college seniors, free agents, as well as Junior College or High School athletics to compete in an All-Star bowl setting. The All American Bowl was founded in 1996 and has been held annually at Mall of America Field at the HHH Metrodome, as well as several other great regional locations across the country like, Atlanta; Las Vegas; Dayton Beach; Miami, Florida; San Juan, Puerto Rico, Charleston, WV and UNI Dome, Cedar Falls-Waterloo Iowa.

Many participants in our All American Bowl games have gone on to further their careers in professional leagues; and the number of these athletes grow each year! Check out the AAB's "Notable Alumni"

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Noteable Alumni

OVER 200 PLAYERS HAVE WENT ON TO

PROFESSIONAL CAREERS AFTER PLAYING IN THE COLLEGE ALL AMERICAN BOWL.

The All American Bowl was founded in 1996 to give athletes the opportunity to compete against the best at their level in an all star game setting. In April of 1996, the first All American Bowl was played in Minnesota and has since been played at various cities across the country including Minneapolis, Dallas, Charleston, Pueto Rico, Atlanta, Miami, and Las Vegas. The All American Bowl also gives athletes the potential to be scouted by colleges and professional football teams. The All American Bowl has several types of games for different levels of competition that include: College, JUCO, Minor League, Free Agent, and High School. Many players have went on to professional careers in Arena, CFL, NFL, Europe, Mexico and South America.

Here are a few Noteable Alumni:

Josh Neiswander
Angelo State - Quaterback 2006-10
College All American Bowl Bowl MVP 2010
2011-13  Quaterback Montreal Alouettes Canandian Football League
2020 Quaterback Coach Tampa Bay Vipers XFL

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NEISWANDER MVP AS RAM TRIO HELPS EARN COLLEGE ALL-AMERICAN BOWL WIN

MINNEAPOLIS - December 18, 2010 - Sacked three times on his first two drives before being rotated out for another pair of quarterbacks, Josh Neiswander could only sit and watch as his Stripes team fell behind the Stars team, 10-0, in the first half of the College All-American Bowl at the Nagurski Practice Facility Saturday December 18th 2010.   When his turn came around for the second time in the middle of the third quarter Neiswander literally took the game over by calling his own plays – with his head coach Tom Hawkins' permission – and turned in an MVP effort while leading the Stripes to a 30-10 win.

The 14th Annual College All American Bowl all star game was to be played at HHH Metrodome, but a winter storm tore a huge hole in the stadium roof the week prior, ending all use of the stadium.  Family, Friends and Fans watched the game on close circuit TV at the Host Hotel.
 
Neiswander was named the game's top player (Gafter taking control and leading a game-tying drive in the third quarter – part of 30 unanswered points from the Stripes squad. Garrett Tidwell was named the Stripes offensive MVP after he and Neiswander carved through the defense, and Angelo State fullback John Norcott also contributed to the win. Neiswander turned the game around when he asked his head coach if he could call the shots.
“I started calling my own plays and we started dominating that team,” Neiswander said. “I was running the Angelo State offense, but I had to put it in the terminology that we've been working on all week. I got sacked three or four times on our first couple of drives and when my turn came up again I said, 'Hey, let me take care of this one.' We put together an 8-10 play drive with me calling our plays from ASU. I was moving Garrett around and just peppered the ball into him a lot.”
Official stats were not available Saturday night, but Neiswander thinks he completed 12-of-15 passes in the game, including a touchdown to cap the third quarter drive and tie the contest at 10-10. From there, the Stripes team kept rolling and piled up 27 second half points en route to the victory. Neiswander was pleasantly surprised when he asked Hawkins for the keys to the offense.
“He said go for it. If you've got it, then do it,” Neiswander said. “I had a headset in my helmet and he was talking to me from the sidelines – it was pretty cool. I started calling our stuff and we just wrecked shop on them. It was really nice that our coaches had enough confidence in me – it shows a lot of respect. He knew what he was doing, but he knew what I was talking about and knew that I have been coached really well.”
Neiswander was quick to point out that even as a quarterback and offensive coordinator at the same time, he dialed up a run play during the drive in the third quarter.
“We had like 10 passes on that drive and on the fifth play I called a run,” Neiswander said with a laugh. “I was proud of myself for making that one run call.”
Neiswander and Tidwell didn't have much opportunity to play pitch and catch during the 2010 season as Tidwell served almost exclusively as a kick and punt returner en route to earning Daktronics First Team All-America honors, but the duo looked comfortable together when the game was on the line.
“All the guys were like man, you guy have such a good connection, but I only threw five passes to Garrett all season,” Neiswander said. “He's such a good athlete and a gamer. He knows how to run routes – he was a quarterback in high school – and finds openings in the zone. He's a scrappy guy who makes things happen.”
Tidwell didn't have a touchdown in the game, but sealed the end with a block on a 60-yard touchdown run by the Stripes in the second half. Norcott was the only fullback on the team and was on the field for most of the game, even taking a few snaps at tight end.

Terry Sullivan Director off the College All American Bowl said. "I'm proud of the all star players and everyone involved in the this year’s game, after such a crazy week, they playing and working so hard, while handling the adversity of making a last minute venue change!  Who could have ever predicted that the Metrodome would collapse right before our game!

 

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Marshall U - Punter
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Green Bay Packers
Miami Dolphins
Jacksonville Jaguars

New England Patriots

 

Keith Williams

St. Cloud State - RB

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Green Bay Packers Pre Season
Barcelona Dragons

 

 Mason Espinosa 
Ohio Wesleyan

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Columbus Lions AFL
2018 National Arena League Offensive Player of the Year

 

Ukee Dozier
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University of Minnesota - DB
Minnesota Vikings

 

Xavier Glenn

Glenville State - WR

 

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Tony Smidl

Wisconsin Platteville - K

Chris Esterley

Chris Esterley

St. Thomas University - QB
Europian League

 

Octavius Day
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Florida All-Stars – WR/DB

Chris Schubert

 

Oberlin College - WR

Jeff Crowell

Portland State – P/K

Steve Opstad

University of South Dakota - K

Fotu Taua

Joliet Junior College – DL

Terrance Isaac

Vermillion Community College – WR

 

Montae Bailey

Twin Cities Lumberjacks – DB

Roger Linn

Victory Valley College - QB

Neuby Ras

St. Cloud State – WR

Melvine Justice

Brown College – DB/WR

Lance Stone

Louisiana College – S

Oscar Villa

Adams State College – LB

 

 

 

 If you know of any former players who are not on this list, please contact us

History

 

Complete list of All American Bowl games since 1996
 


Past Games:

1996
Semi-Pro Bowl - Minneapolis, MN
DII/III All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
JUCO All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome

1997
Semi-Pro Bowl - HHH Metrodome
JUCO All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
DII/III All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
Semi-Pro/DII/III All American Bowl- HHH Metrodome
DII/III All American Bowl - Orange Bowl, Miami
High School All American Bowl - Minneapolis, MN

1998
Semi-Pro Bowl - HHH Metrodome
DII/III All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
JUCO All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
DII/III All American Bowl - Orange Bowl, Miami

1999
Semi-Pro/DII/III All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
JUCO All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
Semi-Pro/DII/III All American Bowl - Daytona Beach
Semi-Pro/DII/III All American Bowl - Tropical Park, Miami Super Bowl

2000
JUCO All American Bowl - Las Vegas
Semi-Pro/DII/III All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome

2001
Semi-Pro/DII/DIII All American Bowl - Atlanta Super Bowl
Semi-Pro/DII/III All American Bowl - Midway Stadium

2002
Division II/III & Free Agent All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome

2003
Division II/III & Free Agent All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome

2004
Division II/III & Free Agent All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome

2005
Division II/III & Free Agent All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
 
2006
Division II/III & Free Agent All American Bowl - Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas
Division II/III & MFL Free Agent All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome

2007
Semi-Pro & DII/DIII All American Bowl - Orange Bowl Miami, Florida
Division II/III & Free Agent All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome

2008
Division II/III & Free Agent All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
2009
Free Agent NAFL/All American Bowl - North Miami Stadium, Florida
College/Semi Pro All American Bowl - HHH Metrodome
 
 
2010
DII/DIII & Semi Pro All American Bowl-Charleston, West Virginia
DII/DIII & Semi Pro All American Bowl-HHH Metrodome (2 Games)

2011
DII/DIII & Semi Pro All American Bowl-San Juan Puerto Rico
DII/DIII & Semi Pro All American Bowl-Charleston, West Virginia
High School All American Bowl-Kings Mountain NC
DII/DIII & Semi Pro All American Bowl-HHH Metrodome
Aztec Bowl - Chihuahua, Mexico (All Amercan Eagles Team USA)
 
2012
DII/DIII & Semi Pro All American Bowl-UniDome Waterloo Iowa
DII/DIII All American Bowl-HHH Metrodome
Semi Pro All American Bowl-HHH Metrodome
Aztec Bowl - Monterrey, Mexico (All Amercan Eagles Team USA)

2013
All American Bowl-HHH Metrodome
College All American Bowl Stripes 17  Stars 17 & Team,, Semi Pro All American Bowl CanAm 38  Team IronMan 6
DII/DIII American Bowl Mexico City  Mexico, All American Eagles
DII/DIII Aztec Bowl Monterrey Mexico, All American Eagles

2014
Casino Bowl - Las Vegas Nevada
DII/DIII All American Bowl - AT&T Stadium Dallas Texas
Semi Pro All American Bowl- AT&T Stadium Dallas Texas
Aztec Bowl - Chihuahua, All American Eagles
American Bowl -

2015
DII/DIII All American Bowl - AT&T Stadium Dallas Texas
USA Bowl Semi-Pro Championships - TBD
Aztec Bowl - Mexico City  Mexico, All American Eagles
 
2016
DII/DIII All American Bowl - Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium
Aztec Bowl - Mexico City  Mexico, All American Eagles
DII/DIII All American Bowl - Minneapolis Minneasot US Bank Stadium
 
2017
DII/DIII All American Bowl - Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium
Aztec Bowl - Texicoco,  Mexico, All American Eagles
DII/DIII All American Bowl - Minneapolis Minneasot US Bank Stadium
 
2018
DII/DIII All American Bowl - Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium
Aztec Bowl - Mexico City  Mexico, All American Eagles
DII/DIII All American Bowl - Minneapolis Minneasot US Bank Stadium
 
 
 
 

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