Nineteen players from Louisiana, including eight local players, have been nominated to play in the U.S. Army All-American football game.
Six of those players come from three schools (two each from Brother Martin, Lutcher and Landry-Walker).
The players make up a list that is comprised of 400 of the nation’s top seniors, nominated by the Bowl Selection Committee to be considered for the 2017 Bowl. From the nomination list, 100 are selected to participate in the 2017 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, with the final 2017 All-American Bowl roster announced early in the fall.
The game is set for Jan. 7 at the AlamoDome in San Antonio.
The local players nominated for the game are:
WR Al’Dontre Davis, Lutcher
LB Bruce Jordan-Swliing, Brother Martin
ATH Jontre Kirklin, Lutcher
DB Michael Lee, Landry-Walker
QB Lowell Narcoisse, St. James
DB Brad Stewart, 35
DB Tre Swilling, BM
QB Keytaon Thompson, Landry-Walker
The other Louisiana players nominated are:
LB Christopher Allen, Southern Lab
ATH Keldrick Carper, Plain Dealing
DL Dennis Collins, West Monroe
OL Adrian Ealy, U-High
RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Catholic
DB Todd Harris, Plaquemine
WR John Lister, Haugton
ATH Patrick Queen, Livonia
DL Tyler Shelvin, Northside
WR Devonta Smith, Amite
For complete list of nominees from across the country, click here.
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