Man we thought it was over. Wouldn’t you figure our Polynesian brothers are the last ones to leave the 2012 Football season behind. And they are doing it at the Annual Polynesian All American Bowl on January 19th, 2013. Considered one of the premier games of this sort in the Nation the game will feature many of the Nations top high school football recruits in a full game loaded with action
Among them will be Milwaukie High School’s star Wide Receiver Kendrick Bourne. The young man wowed coaches and spectators all season long finishing as a top receiver in the Region. He has the ability to play at the highest levels; of that we have no doubt.
Bourne will get a chance to be seen playing in a big game with big time stars and he will have eyes on him. Coaches from Pac 12 and other Major Universities looking to get a glimpse at the 6’2.5″- 185 Pound speedster right before signing day. While he has 5 or 6 Division 1 offers he is still looking for that Pac 12 shot. This is his chance and we think he is going to make it big.
Good luck to Kendrick in what we think is the last bowl game of the season!
There is more info below:
About The Bowl:
The Polynesian All-American Bowl is listed amongst the top 6 High School All-Star games in the country by USA Today. We believe there is a program suited for every play looking for a place to continue their education. The AIGA Foundation is proud to have had 45 of our 54 players sign letters of intent with their respective institutions from last year’s bowl game. We look forward to adding to that total this year.
The Schedule is right here: