Published: December 06, 2008
Alex Mayes Tabbed for 1st Football University Youth All-American Bowl
DALLAS, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Alex Mayes, an 8th grader fromVan Alstyne,
Texas, has been selected to play in the first-ever "Football University Youth
All-American Bowl" taking place inSan Antonio, Texas, on Sunday, January 4,
2009. The 14-year-old attends Van Alstyne Middle School.
The "Football University Youth All-American Bowl" honors the top 7th and
8th graders in the nation, bringing them together to play in all-star format
on a national stage. The "Football University Youth All-American Bowl" is
modeled after the US Army All-American Bowl and will be held in the same city
during the same week. This game will be broadcast live on the web. Both games
are produced by SportsLink.
Brian Polk, Athletic Director for Van Alstyne ISD, stated that Alex is a
standout offensive lineman. "He has the size and ability to compete with many
high school players at his position and shows keen awareness on the field. His
work ethic and natural ability have paved the way for him to play in this
national game in the Alamo Dome."
John Gallagher, Director of Player Personnel for FBU, stated in his
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