Ninety players will be chosen for the 10th annual All-American Bowl, to be played Jan. 9 in San Antonio's Alamodome and broadcast on NBC. Eight former participants became first-round NFL draft picks last month. Adrian Peterson, Reggie Bush and Tim Tebow all played in the game as high school seniors.
In a typical year, Georgia produces roughly 150 Division I football players, about the same as Ohio.
"Georgia has certainly established itself as a solid contributor to our game and I expect this to be the same for the forseeable future," said John Schmid, the All-American Bowl's director of player management.
These Georgia players are under consideration for the All-American Bowl:
WR Antonio Goodwin, Booker T. Washington; RB Cole Moon, St. Pius; DL Garrison Smith, Douglas; TE Brian Vogler, Brookstone; DB Garry Peters, Heritage; TE Tank Sessions, Columbia; DB Ryan Ayers, South Paulding; WR Tai-ler Jones, Gainesville; DL Denzel McCoy, Northview; RB Mack Brown, MLK; RB Storm Johnson, Loganville; DB Barry Bostic, Jefferson; WR Markeith Ambles, Henry County; DB Alec Ogletree, Newnan; OL Jawuan James, North Gwinnett; DL Jeffrey Whitaker, Warner Robins.