2016 Blue-Grey All-American Bowl

Everbank Field was alive with action on Saturday as the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl took center stage in the River City. And this year the Grey team defeated the Blue Team 27-7.

The Grey team led by Joseph Brunell, son of former Jacksonville Jaguar Quarterback Mark Brunell, who threw for 2 touchdowns and Bolles standout Amari Terry won the Offensive MVP with 2 receiving touchdowns.


Early in the first quarter the Grey team took the lead on a wacky play that saw uncommitted 3-star quarterback Connor Curry find Terry for a 52-yard touchdown. The pass deflected into Terry’s hands.

The Blue team tried to respond with an impressive drive in the second quarter with Iowa 3-star running back commit Ivory-Kelly Martin got it down to the Grey 1-yard line. But Grey’s defense stood up holding them on 4th and 1 from the 1 yard line.

Grey’s defense stiffened, however, and completed an impressive goal-line stand by stuffing Blue to take over on downs.

Highly recruited defensive end Joshua Maize took Defensive MVP honors for Team Blue with a sack of Brunell.

The Blue team didn’t fold, and got on the board with Jay Vanderjagt hit Wide reciever Drew Greenhaw cutting the score to 20-7

Rasheed Martin tossed a 68 yeard touchdown pass to Terry on a halfback option that game the Grey team the lead 27-7.







Blue-Grey All-American Bowl 2017 Commitments
Player Star Rating School
D.J. Mack, QB 3 UCF
Ivory Kelly-Martin, RB 3 Iowa
Titus McCoy, CB 2 Indiana State
C.J. Hayes, WR 3 Purdue
Ian Swenson, CB 3 UConn
Noah Knapp, C 2 Army
Larry Borom, OG 3 Missouri
Mohammed Elazazy, OT 2 Illinois State
Isaac Hawn, OT 3 Northern Illinois
Adam Boselli, TE 3 NC State
Marlin Brooks, CB 2 Ohio
Randall Haynie, CB 3 Vanderbilt
Jarques McClellion, CB 3 Arkansas
Sean Fitzgerald, OG 2 Air Force
Luis Lebron, OG 2 Colorado State
Pressley Harvin, P 2 Georgia Tech

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