The rosters for the first-ever high school All-Star game to be played outside the United States was announced on December 12th, 2018. The world’s top football players were unveiled during an event at the Pro Football Hall of Fame hosted by Hall of Famer ROD WOODSON. The top prep players will compete in the biggest all-star game ever, thePro Football Hall of Fame World Bowl Presented by Xenith on Dec. 22 at Azul Stadium in Mexico City.

The players were selected based on their elite football ability, his Hall of Fame character and background. Longtime national recruiting expert Gary Howard, who oversees the selection team made of scouts, Hall of Famers and former NFL executives, stated “To be named among the top players in the world and deserving of this special invite, recognizes each player’s special playmaking ability and talent.”

All athletes will be outfitted in Xenith helmets and gear on game day. Detroit-based Xenith achieves top safety ratings with every helmet made. As a world leader in protecting athletes, Xenith is eager to expand their global reach with the World Bowl.

“Xenith’s design and innovation are what today’s generation of committed athletes needs to elevate their game. The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s first ever World Bowl presented by Xenith is an opportunity for us to showcase the Xenith brand and our commitment to outfitting dedicated athletes on and off the field,” said Ryan Sullivan, CEO of Xenith.

The coaches and scouting staff for the game will feature Gold Jackets (a term used to refer to living members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame) like Woodson and former NFL GM Ray Farmer along with former legendary NFL coaches like former Raiders Defensive Coordinator Chuck Bresnahan and former Dallas Cowboys Assistant Head Coach Robert Ford. NFL Legends includeTory Holt, London Fletcher and T.J. Houshmandzadeh, who will also coach in the Bowl.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame World All-Star Bowl Presented by Xenith will be produced by Hall of Fame Productions.  CBS Sports Network will air the World Bowl Presented by Xenith on Thursday, Dec. 27 from 7 to 10 PM ET. Hall of Famer ANTHONY MUÑOZ will call the play-by-play and Howard will serve as the game analyst.

The week leading up to the Pro Football Hall of Fame World All-Star Bowl Presented by Xenith will also include a free coaches’ clinic for up to 1,000 Mexico coaches, a combine for top Mexican athletes and a Game for Life Character development for youth athletes led by Hall of Famers.

Bowl tickets are on sale at www.frontonmexico.com. VIP Seating is $35.00 (only 1,000 tickets) and general admission is $15.00.

NATIONAL SIGNING DAY

Unique to the World Bowl is the first-ever “National Signing Day” on Dec. 19. The event focuses on the many all-star bowl athletes who will announce their college commitment, as part of national signing day, live to the world a few days before participating in the All-Star Game. More than 30 U.S. All-Americans will be in Mexico City to announce their college choice. CBS Sports Network will televise a live three-hour show from 10 AM to 1 PM ET that will emanate from the CBS Broadcast Studios in New York and HOF TV Azteca studios in Mexico City.

STATE FIRST LAST POSITION HOMETOWN HT WT VERBAL COMMITMENT
CA Chris Adimora S Lakewood, CA 6’2 195 Texas
CA Cade Albright LB San Juan Capistrano, CA 6’5 210 Undecided
CA Cole Aubrey DE Bellflower, CA 6’3 225 Undecided
CA Jacob Bandes DL Antioch, CA 6’3 306 Washington
VA Hakeem Beamon DL Midlothian, VA 6’3.5 254 Penn State
IL Jahleel Billingsley TE Chicago, IL 6’4 215 Alabama
OH Jowon Briggs DT Cincinnati, OH 6’2 295 Virginia
TX Kam Brown WR/DB Colleyville, TX 6’0 170 Texas A&M
MEX Alan Carrasco OL Mexico/UAQ Gatos 6’4 290 UDLAP
CA Zach Charbonett RB Westlake Village, CA 6’2 220 Undecided
HI Duke Clemens OL Honolulu, HI 6’3 270 UCLA
LA Bryton Constantin LB Baton Rouge, LA 6’3 207 Clemson
MEX Daniel Cuellar DE Guadalajara, MX 6’3 198 TEC GDL
MS Brandon Cunningham OL Ocean Springs, MS 6’5 300 Mississippi State
FL Rian Davis OLB Apopka, FL 6’2 240 Georgia
FL Joshua Delgado WR Bradenton, FL 5’11 185 Oregon
CAN Liam Dick OL Burlington, ON 6’7 300 Undecided
NTH Demierro Hesdey Djiro Promes S Netherlands  Undecided
VA Justin Duenkel K Great Falls, VA 5’11 180  Undecided
MI Luke Elzinga P Grand Rapids, MI 6’4 197  Undecided
CA Kamren Fabiculanan S Camarillo, CA 6’2 185 Washington
MD Zachery Franks OL Baltimore, MD 6’6 290 Northwestern
MEX Rodrigo Garcia OT Mexico 6’3 248  Undecided
MI Xavier Goldsmith CB Detroit, MI 5’10 180 Colorado State
TX Chase Griffin QB Hutto, TX 5’10 186 UCLA
CA Christian Grubb RB Sherman Oaks, CA 5’11 175 Undecided
Mex Alonso Guerrero DL Mexico City, MX 6’3 295 CU PUMAS
FL Deyavie Hammond OL Lakeland, FL 6’3 353 Undecided
GA Kevin Harris DL Loganville, GA 6’4 220 Alabama
NY Jared Harrison-Hunte DT Middle Village, NY 6’4 286 Undecided
CA Jason Heller WR Westlake Village, CA 5’8 165 Undecided
CA Ryan Hilinski QB Newport Beach, CA 6’4 237 South Carolina
CA George Holani RB Bellflower, CA 6’0 193 Boise State
CA Giles Jackson WR Antioch, CA 5’8 175 Michigan
AL Javarrius Johnson WR Trussville, AL 5’8.5 165 Auburn
OR Michael Johnson Jr QB Eugene, Oregon 6’3 195 Penn State
VA Sheridan Jones DB Norfolk, VA 6’1 175 Clemson
VA Cam’Ron Kelly CB Chesapeake, VA 6’1 190 Auburn
CA Demario King WR Los Alimitos, CA 6’3 200 Undecided
MEX Jose Madriz DL Mexico 5’11 220 Aguilas Blancas
MA Jared Martino LB Malden, MA 6’1 220 Undecided
FL Marlin Mayo WR Hollywood, FL 5’11 150 Undecided
CO Luke McCaffrey QB/ATH Denver, CO 6’2 183 Nebraska
NC Charles Mincy Jr RB Charlotte, NC 5’10 180 Undecided
WA Dylan Morris QB Puyallup, WA 6’1 195 Washington
CA Otan Motamedi OC Mission Viejo, CA 6’2 275 Undecided
NJ RJ Oben DL Jersey City, NJ 6’4 240 Duke
CA Jonathan Perkins LB San Bernardino, CA 6’0 214 Oklahoma
CA Brandon Petrescu K Los Angeles, CA 5’11 170 Undecided
CT Taisun Phommachanh QB Stratford, CT 6’3 195 Clemson
VA William Pritchard OL Midlothian, VA 6’3 290 Virginia Tech
MA Walter Rouse OL Washington, DC 6’5.5 276 Stanford
KS Jayden Russell S Overland Park, KS 6’2 180 Kansas
MEX Mauricio Santos WR Monterey, MX 6’2 190 TEC MTY
MEX Juan Sebastian S Monterey, MX 6’2 196 TEC MTY
FRN Tyrone Simon DB/S France  Undecided
MI Seth Steinacker LS Brighton, MI 6’4 210  Undecided
AL Taulia Tagovailoa QB Alabaster, AL 5’11 203 Undecided
WA Ethan Tela-Porter DL Graham, WA 6’2 285 Undecided
CA Kayvon Thibodeaux DE Thousand Oaks, CA 6’5 230 Undecided
HI Maninoa Tufono LB Aiea, HI 6’3 225 Undecided
CA Dohnovan West OL Mission Hills, CA 6’3 290 Arizona State
NC Jared Wheatley P Matthews, NC 6’0 180 Vanderbilt
PA Andre White Jr LB Harrisburg, PA 6’3 224 Penn State
TX Preston Wilson OC Bartonville, TX 6’4 275 Oklahoma State
DE Saleem Wormley OL Smyrna, DE 6’3 318 Penn State
OH Sean Wracher LS Akron, OH 6’3 170 Indiana