All-American Bowl live stream: Watch USC football recruits announce commitments online

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USC football will have three major recruits announcing commitment decisions at the 2019 All-American Bowl including Kyle Ford, Bru McCoy and Chris Steele.

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The 2019 USC football recruiting class picked up 19 official additions on Early Signing Day, but the haul is far from complete. It could get much closer to the finished article on Saturday with the commitment decisions of elite recruits Kyle Ford, Bru McCoy and Chris Steele at the All-American Bowl.

McCoy is the cream of the crop as the No. 7-ranked recruit in the nation, per 247Sports. The No. 1 athlete in the class, the five-star Mater Dei product was MaxPreps’ National Football Player of the Year in acknowledgement of his stellar play as a wide receiver and linebacker.

He will be choosing between USC and Texas during the All-American Bowl broadcast.

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Ford would also be a five-star jewel in the Trojans’ 2019 recruiting class if he chooses USC over Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Michigan. Hailing from Orange Lutheran, the 6-foot-2 receiver is the No. 5 player at his position in the class and ranks 29th nationally.

USC could find a third Top 50 prospect to add to the class in St. John Bosco’s Chris Steele. A four-star cornerback, Steele was committed to Clay Helton and company before backing off his pledge in October. Despite the backtrack, the Trojans are still in the running for his signature, but must fend off Oregon, Florida, Oklahoma and South Carolina to nab the nation’s 40th-ranked player and fifth-best cornerback.

Currently ranked 22nd in the 247Sports team rankings, USC’s standing could be greatly improved by the end of Saturday. Or the Trojans could be left wondering how they let so many highly-rated players in California slip out of their grasp.

The All-American Bowl in San Antonio will be broadcast on NBC at 10:00 a.m. Pacific. Here’s how you can catch the action:

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Live Stream:

The 2019 All-American Bowl can also be viewed online through NBC’s streaming service.

To access the All-American Bowl live stream on the web from NBC, click here.

As usual, you will have to provide authentication from a cable service provider to tap into the live stream. Just choose your service provider from the list when prompted and sign in with your username and password.

NBC’s live stream can also be viewed on mobile devices through their app, available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play store.