All-American Bowl 2022: Time, TV, rosters and live commitments schedule

The early signing period has come and gone, but there are still a number of key players who have not yet publicly announced their commitments who can provide further clarity on the issue of best classes in the 2022 recruitment period.

The All-American Bowl will set the stage for these commitments ahead of National Signing Day on Wednesday, February 2nd. Several of the top 100 players have not yet made their announcements, so the world of college football will be keying the All-American Bowl with great interest in seeing if they can further strengthen their recruitment classes.

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Of course, that’s not the only reason to watch the game: Several fans tune in to watch players who have already signed their NLI in action against some of the best high school football talents.

As a result, Sporting News has everything you need to know about All-American Bowl 2022, including information on time and television channels, rosters, and scheduled commitments:

On what channel is the 2022 All-American Bowl today?

  • TV channel (national): NBC
  • Live stream: NBC Sports application

All-American Bowl 2022 will be broadcast nationwide on NBC.

What time is the All-American Bowl 2022?

  • Date: Saturday, January 8
  • Start time: 1:00 PM ET

The All-American Bowl kick-off is scheduled for 1:00 PM ET on Saturday, January 8. It will take place in Alamodom, San Antonio. Several top-ranked members of the signature class for 2022 will announce their commitments during the game.

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All-American Bowl lists, planned commitments

Ten players will announce their high school decisions on Saturday, including the top four players. Below are the players to announce on Saturday, as well as their overall ranking and ranking (at 247Sports Composite) and plus their announced commitments:

Player Overall ranking (location) Determined
Earnest Greene No. 40 (IOL No. 2) Georgia
Kevin Coleman No. 44 (No. 4 WR)
Cyrus Moss No. 63 (No. 6 EDGE)
CJ Williams No. 76 (No. 12 WR) USC
Kanu hero No. 105 (No. 18 DL)
Trevor Etienne No. 183 (RB No. 15) Florida
Larry Turner-Gooden No. 189 (No. 15 S)
Daniel Martin No. 213 (No. 23 LB)
Davison Igbinosun No. 241 (No. 29 CB) Ole miss
Rayshon Luke No. 260 (No. 20 RB)

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Here is a complete list for East and West teams by 247Sports.


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