The U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Committee is comprised of 247Sports, and All American Games and its regional scouting network. Every high school football senior is eligible for selection.

From millions of high school football players, the Selection Committee evaluates thousands of the nation’s top prospects on an annual basis from the time they enter high school.

The All-American selection process kicks off at the National Combine and proceeds across the country during various combines, camps, showcases and clinics. Following the evaluation period, the Selection Committee officially nominates the Nation’s top 400 seniors to be considered for selection to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in the spring before their senior years begin. From the nominees, players are selected and invited to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The Selection Committee reserves the right to select players who were not nominated in the spring, if they are having an outstanding senior season. U.S. Army All-Americans must be in good standing with their schools and communities in order to be considered for selection.

The final rosters will be announced in late fall. Nominees who are not selected for the Bowl will receive a letter sent to their high schools in care of their head football coach.