The early signing period has come and gone, but there remain several key players who have yet to publicly announce their commitments who can provide further clarity on the top classes in the 2022 recruiting period.
The All-American Bowl will set the stage for those commitments ahead of National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 2. Several top-100 players have yet to make their announcements, so the college football world will key in on the All-American Bowl with great interest to see if they can further bolster their recruiting classes.
That’s not the only reason to watch the game, of course: Several fans will tune in to watch players who have already signed their NLIs in action against some of the best talent in high school football.
With that, Sporting News has everything you need to know about the 2022 All-American Bowl, including time and TV channel information, rosters and scheduled commitments:
What channel is 2022 All-American Bowl on today?
- TV channel (national): NBC
- Live stream: NBC Sports app, fuboTV
The 2022 All-American Bowl will be televised nationally on NBC.
What time is the 2022 All-American Bowl?
- Date: Saturday, Jan. 8
- Start time: 1 p.m. ET
Kickoff for the All-American Bowl is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET on Saturday, Jan. 8. It will take place at the Alamodome in San Antonio. Several top-rated members of the 2022 signing class will announce their commitments during the game.
MORE: Signing day tracker
All-American Bowl rosters, scheduled commitments
Ten players will announce their college decisions on Saturday, including four top-100 players. Below are the players scheduled to announce on Saturday, as well as their overall and position rankings (per 247Sports Composite) and plus their announced commitments:
|Player||Overall rank (Position rank)||Committed to|
|Earnest Greene||No. 40 (No. 2 IOL)||Georgia|
|Kevin Coleman||No. 44 (No. 4 WR)||Jackson State|
|Cyrus Moss||No. 63 (No. 6 EDGE)||Miami|
|C.J. Williams||No. 76 (No. 12 WR)||USC|
|Hero Kanu||No. 105 (No. 18 DL)||Ohio State|
|Trevor Etienne||No. 183 (No. 15 RB)||Florida|
|Larry Turner-Gooden||No. 189 (No. 15 S)||Texas|
|Daniel Martin||No. 213 (No. 23 LB)||Vanderbilt|
|Davison Igbinosun||No. 241 (No. 29 CB)||Ole Miss|
|Rayshon Luke||No. 260 (No. 20 RB)||Arizona|
Here is the full roster for both the East and West teams, per 247Sports.
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