When is the 2024 All-American Bowl? Time, TV, rosters for high school football all-stars (2024)

With the College Football Playoff coming to a close and programs headed into the offseason, the All-American Bowl pitches some of the most talented high school football recruits against one another to showcase their abilities.

The 24th edition of the All-American Bowl is set to take place from the Alamodome in San Antonio at noon CT on Saturday. The high school all-star matchup will separate many of the top prospects into Team East and Team West.

The historic bowl has played host to plenty of NFL talent in the past, such as San Francisco 49ers running back Christian McCaffrey, Miami Dolphins quarterbackTua Tagovailoa and Jacksonville Jaguars quarterbackTrevor Lawrence.

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This year's edition of the All-American Bowl will feature standouts at several positions. Ohio State signee Jeremiah Smith, the No. 1 wide receiver and No. 1 overall recruit in the class, will headline Team East, while Miami's Justin Scott, the No. 15 overall player and No. 3 defensive lineman, will anchor the defense for Team West.

With that, here's all you need to know about the 2024 All-American Bowl, including kickoff time, TV and streaming info, rosters and more:

What channel is 2024 All-American Bowl on today?

  • TV channel: NBC
  • Streaming: NBC Sports app, Peaco*ck

The 2024 All-American Bowl will be broadcast live on NBC, with streaming options on the NBC Sports App and Peaco*ck.

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What time is the 2024 All-American Bowl?

  • Date: Saturday, Jan. 6
  • Time: Noon CT
  • Location: The Alamodome (San Antonio)

The 2024 All-American Bowl is scheduled for a noon CT kickoff on Saturday from The Alamodome in San Antonio.

2024 All-American Bowl scheduled commitments

The following 2024 and 2025 football recruits are scheduled to announce their commitments during the All-American Bowl on Saturday, per On3:

All players listed are in 2024 recruiting class unless otherwise noted. Rankings reflect 247Sports Composite rankings.

  • Zavier Mincey: No. 55 overall, No. 4 safety
  • Daniel Hill: No. 176 overall, No. 15 running back
  • Trajen Greco: No. 247 overall, No. 24 safety
  • Marcellus Barnes: No. 334 overall, No. 24 cornerback
  • Faletau Satuala: No. 411 overall, No. 42 safety
  • Devin Sanchez (2025): No. 6 overall, No. 2 cornerback
  • Christopher Burgess (2025): No. 147 overall, No. 18 defensive lineman
  • Zaydrius Rainey-Sale (2025): No. 172 overall, No. 21 linebacker
  • Jett White (2025): No. 275 overall, No. 32 cornerback

2024 All-American Bowl rosters

Top-100 players, per 247Sports' Composite rankings, listed. For full All-American Bowl rosters, click here.

Team East

Five-stars

  • Jeremiah Smith (No. 1 overall, No. 1 WR), signed with Ohio State
  • KJ Bolden (No. 14 overall, No. 1 S), signed with Georgia
  • Eddrick Houston (No. 26 overall, No. 5 DL), signed with Ohio State
  • Josiah Thompson (No. 28 overall, No. 3 OT), signed with South Carolina
  • LJ McCray (No. 35 overall, No. 8 DL), signed with Florida

Four-stars

  • Guerby Lambert (No. 42 overall, No. 4 OT), signed with Notre Dame
  • Demarcus Riddick (No. 45 overall, No. 4 LB), signed with Auburn
  • Ny Carr (No. 48 overall, No. 12 WR), signed with Miami
  • Zavier Mincey (No. 55 overall, No. 4 S)
  • Landen Thomas (No. 64 overall, No. 5 TE), signed with Florida State
  • Zaquan Patterson (No. 68 overall, No. 6 S), signed with Miami
  • Jeremiah Beaman (No. 70 overall, No. 11 DL), signed with Alabama
  • Luke Reynolds (No. 74 overall, No. 6 TE), signed with Penn State
  • Amaris Williams (No. 79 overall, No. 12 DL), signed with Auburn
  • NiTareon Tuggle (No. 84 overall, No. 17 WR), signed with Georgia
  • TJ Moore (No. 89 overall, No. 18 WR), signed with Clemson
  • James Peoples (No. 95 overall, No. 7 RB), signed with Ohio State

Team West

Five-stars

  • Justin Scott (No. 15 overall, No. 3 DL), signed with Miami
  • Ryan Wingo (No. 24 overall, No. 8 WR), signed with Texas
  • Cam Williams (No. 29 overall, No. 9 WR), signed with Notre Dame

Four-stars

  • Taylor Tatum (No. 38 overall, No. 1 RB), signed with Oklahoma
  • Gatlin Bair (No. 43 overall, No. 11 WR)
  • Nate Frazier (No. 57 overall, No. 2 RB), signed with Georgia
  • Marquise Lightfoot (No. 60 overall, No. 5 EDGE), signed with Miami
  • Carter Nelson (No. 61 overall, No. 4 TE), signed with Nebraska
  • Zabien Brown (No. 62 overall, No. 5 CB), signed with Alabama
  • Drelon Miller (No. 65 overall, No. 14 WR), signed with Colorado
  • Kyngstonn Viliamu-Asa (No. 66 overall, No. 6 LB), signed with Notre Dame
  • Xavier Jordan (No. 67 overall, No. 15 WR), signed with USC
  • Aaron Flowers (No. 71 overall, No. 7 S), signed with Oregon
  • Christian Bentancur (No. 77 overall, No. 7 TE), signed with Clemson
  • Grant Brix (No, 78 overall, No. 5 OT), signed with Nebraska
  • Marcelles Williams (No. 91 overall, No. 9 CB), signed with USC
  • Charleston Collins (No. 96, No. 14 DL), signed with Arkansas

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