The game, which originates from Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile and features the best high school seniors from the two neighboring states, is set to kick off at 7 p.m. Eastern, 6 p.m. Central. Jim Fyffe (Auburn play-by-play man) will call the play-by-play, and Doug Barfield (former Auburn coach) will add color commentary.
Vanderbilt fans will have a chance to get a look at two Commodore football signees, Grant Brigham and Andrew Pace, both of Mountain Brook High School in Birmingham.
Brigham, a 6-foot-0, 170-pound wide receiver, will wear No. 2 for the Alabama squad. Pace, a 6-1, 190-pound defensive back who also happens to be Brigham's first cousin, will wear No. 21 for the Alabamians.
Brigham and Pace both signed with the Commodores last February and became part of Coach Bobby Johnson's first Vanderbilt recruiting class. They are scheduled to report to the Vanderbilt campus for fall camp in August.
Also scheduled to participate for the Alabama squad are quarterback Graeme McFarland, an Indiana signee who teamed with Brigham and Pace at Mountain Brook; Hewitt-Trussville quarterback Brandon Cox (Auburn signee); Huntsville-Butler running back Kenneth Darby (Alabama); and Selma wide receiver Ben Obomanu (Alabama).