Naples, Fla. - The top 70 freshman athletes in America (the class of 2022) face off at Gulf Coast High School in Naples Wednesday night, December 19 for the Football University (FBU) Freshman All-American Bowl. FBU All-Americans experience a star-studded week full of festivities on and off the field, a week equivalent to a major college bowl game. Many media sources now refer to this event as the official launching of the next generation of high school stars.
Before the bowl game, spectators will be treated to the Special Olympics Florida Collier County Flag Football game starting at 5:30 p.m. and the colorful Parade of Champions, with all participating FBU athletes in town for the annual FBU Championships. (Final FBU Championship games are scheduled for Thursday, December 20).
Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at Gulf Coast High School (7878 Shark Way, Naples)
Special Olympics Florida - Collier County Flag Football Game – 5:30 PM-6:00 PM
Naples High School v. Palmetto Ridge High School
Game Location: Gulf Coast High School (7878 Shark Way, Naples)
-Parade of Champions – 6:30 PM-6:45 PM
FBU National Championship participants, flag football game participants
-FBU Freshman All-American Bowl – 7:00 PM-9:30 PM
The top 70 freshman football players in America, including two hailing from Collier County
Broadcast live on Eleven Sports
-All American Games Donation to Special Olympics Florida – 8:15 PM
Midfield at halftime of the FBU Freshman All-American Bowl
Gulf Coast High School (7878 Shark Way, Naples)
NOTE: FBU Championship games take place Thursday, December 20.
For more information contact:
All American Games