AMERICA’S PREMIER YOUTH & PREP SPORTS MARKETING COMPANY

ESTABLISHED: 2000

AMERICA’S PREMIER
YOUTH & PREP SPORTS
MARKETING AGENCY

ESTABLISHED: 2000

All-American Bowl

Since its inception on December 30, 2000, the All-American Bowl presented by American Family Insurance has been recognized as the nation’s premier high school sporting event.

Now attended by 40,000 spectators and watched live on NBC by nearly 5 million viewers, it serves as a platform for recognizing high school excellence through the bowl and the respective communities of each All-American.

The inaugural game was played in Dallas with the best of the best in the class of 2001. One year later the event moved to San Antonio, where the game has been played each year since.

The tradition of announcing a college commitment on live television started at the 2003 All-American Bowl, when five star recruits Reggie Bush and Chris Leak committed to USC and Florida, respectively.

The first group of All Americans to be drafted were selected in the 2004 NFL Draft, and by 2006 members of our alumni family had won BCS National Championships, a Heisman Trophy, and earned Super Bowl rings. In fact, every year since the 2006 NFL season at least one All-American alumnus has played in a Super Bowl.

The 2012 NFL season started with Andrew Luck (class of 2008) being selected No. 1 overall — the first alum of any All-American game to be selected first in the NFL Draft — and ended with the first alum of an All-American game to be awarded NFL MVP — Adrian Peterson (class of 2004).

The 2018 All-American Bowl included 42 of the top 50 overall recruits in the country and was watched by 41,017 inside the Alamodome, an All-American Bowl record for attendance.

All-American Bowl

Since its inception on December 30, 2000, the All-American Bowl presented by American Family Insurance has been recognized as the nation’s premier high school sporting event.

Now attended by 40,000 spectators and watched live on NBC by 4+ million viewers, it is a celebration of high school excellence and all that is great about the game of football.

The inaugural game was played in Dallas with the best of the best in the class of 2001. One year later the event moved to San Antonio, where the game has been played each year since.

The tradition of announcing a college commitment on live television started at the 2003 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, when five star recruits Reggie Bush and Chris Leak committed to USC and Florida, respectively.

The first group of U.S. Army All-Americans to be drafted were selected in the 2004 NFL Draft, and by 2006 members of our alumni family had won BCS National Championships, a Heisman Trophy, and earned Super Bowl rings. In fact, every year since the 2006 NFL season at least one All-American alumnus has played in a Super Bowl.

The 2012 NFL season started with Andrew Luck (class of 2008) being selected No. 1 overall — the first alum of an All-American game to be selected first in the NFL Draft — and ended with the first alum of an All-American game to be awarded NFL MVP — Adrian Peterson (class of 2004).

The West Team has won ten Bowls all-time — besting the East’s eight wins — including three consecutive Bowls from 2014-16.

The 2018 All-American Bowl included 42 of the top 50 overall recruits in the country and was watched by 41,017 inside the Alamodome, an All-American Bowl record for attendance.

Football University

Founded in 2007, Football University has been the leader in providing elite football training experiences every offseason for a decade, with a focus on position-specific technique training.

We aim to use football as a way to develop individuals as better people and better football players.

This starts with: 1. on-field fundamental technique training, 2. NFL-level coaches, and 3. a curriculum that includes film study. The only other place you could get those three key factors is if your name appears on an NFL roster, and we strive to bring that experience to youth and prep football players of all backgrounds.

In more than 25 cities every offseason since 2007, FBU has helped more than 40,000 student-athletes become better football players.

This decade more than 160 Football University alumni have been selected in NFL Drafts. Of the 128 FBS schools, 67 have at least one Football University graduate on their rosters.

Football University

Founded in 2007, Football University has been the leader in providing elite football training experiences every offseason for a decade, with a focus on position-specific technique training.

We aim to use football as a way to develop individuals as better people and better football players.

This starts with: 1. on-field fundamental technique training, 2. NFL-level coaches, and 3. a curriculum that includes film study. The only other place you could get those three key factors is if your name appears on an NFL roster, and we strive to bring that experience to youth and prep football players of all backgrounds.

In more than 25 cities every offseason since 2007, FBU has helped more than 40,000 student-athletes become better football players.

This decade more than 160 Football University alumni have been selected in NFL Drafts. Of the 128 FBS schools, 67 have at least one Football University graduate on their rosters.

All-American Marching Band

The All-American Marching Band performs during halftime of the All-American Bowl.

The All-American Marching Band is the country’s premier honor ensemble for senior high school marching band members.

With just 97 members in its inaugural year, the program has grown to annually feature 125 members: 1 drum major, 24 color guard members, and 100 marching musicians.

All shows have featured patriotic themes, and throughout the years the program has become a milestone in the lives of so many young musicians.

The All-American Marching Band celebrates its 12th anniversary in 2019.

All-American Marching Band

The All-American Marching Band performs during halftime of the All-American Bowl.

The All-American Marching Band is the country’s premier honor ensemble for senior high school marching band members.

With just 97 members in its inaugural year, the program has grown to annually feature 125 members: 1 drum major, 24 color guard members, and 100 marching musicians.

All shows have featured patriotic themes, and throughout the years the program has become a milestone in the lives of so many young musicians.

The All-American Marching Band celebrates its 12th anniversary in 2019.

FBU National Championship

The FBU National Championship is a national celebration of youth football that unites student-athletes of all backgrounds.

From 2011-2013, the Tournament’s National Semifinals and Finals games were played in San Antonio, following that year’s All-American Bowl.

Beginning with the 2014 Tournament, all-star teams from across the country have competed for the chance to make it to Championship Week in Naples, Florida.

The Gwinnett Football League (GA) team won back-to-back 8th-grade National Championships in 2012 and 2013. More than a dozen players from those squads have D1 offers today.

North Texas completed a remarkable achievement in 2015, accomplishing a true ‘three-peat’ by winning the tournament at each subsequent grade level. They brought home the 6th-grade Championship in 2013, 7th-grade in 2014, and 8th-grade in 2015 — each year with the same roster. That group went 18-0 in National Championship play.

In 2014, the National Championship Finals were broadcast to the nation on NBC Sports Network.

What has become the standard in youth football, the FBU National Championship tournament continues to grow. In December of 2017 All American Games executives and representatives from Collier County, Florida, broke ground on what will be a future National Championship-specific stadium in Naples, Florida’s Paradise Coast.

FBU National Championship

The FBU National Championship is a national celebration of youth football that unites student-athletes of all backgrounds.

From 2011-2013, the Tournament’s National Semifinals and Finals games were played in San Antonio, following that year’s All-American Bowl.

Beginning with the 2014 Tournament, all-star teams from across the country have competed for the chance to make it to Championship Week in Naples, Florida.

The Gwinnett Football League (GA) team won back-to-back 8th-grade National Championships in 2012 and 2013. More than a dozen players from those squads have D1 offers today.

North Texas completed a remarkable achievement in 2015, accomplishing a true ‘three-peat’ by winning the tournament at each subsequent grade level. They brought home the 6th-grade Championship in 2013, 7th-grade in 2014, and 8th-grade in 2015 — each year with the same roster. That group went 18-0 in National Championship play.

In 2014, the National Championship Finals were broadcast to the nation on NBC Sports Network.

What has become the standard in youth football, the FBU National Championship tournament continues to grow. In December of 2017 All American Games executives and representatives from Collier County, Florida, broke ground on what will be a future National Championship-specific stadium in Naples, Florida’s Paradise Coast.