in San Antonio

Not only is the exclusive selection partner to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the network is enjoying unprecedented access to 78 of the top seniors in the country.'s Chris Fetters interviews West quarterback Mark Sanchez on the field

SAN ANTONIO - This past September, Scout Media announced a deal making the official selection partner of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and national combine. This deal married the No. 1 independent online sports network with the "Super Bowl" of high school all-star games. Fast forward four months, and the synergy created between the two entities is palpable in San Antonio during game week.'s Miller Safrit films
East quarterback Jonathan
Crompton recruiting analysts and publishers have enjoyed exclusive access to team practices and players, allowing the Scout team to produce personal player video interviews, and on-field practice video and photography. Only has its own media center in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl player hotel; this has facilitated personal interaction with players that cannot be replicated in press-conference interviews.

Later this week, will be invited into game-planning meetings of both teams and the exclusive video will be available to subscribers after the game. In addition, subscribers will be treated to the first interviews after the U.S. Army Bowl through Scout's access to the locker room immediately following the game.

As an official partner of the U.S . Army All-American Bowl, both users and subscribers will enjoy an enhanced fan experience never before seen from an team-specific online sports network.

At the game. On the field. In the huddle. puts you where you need to be. Enjoy the experience. We sure do.

East defensive lineman Melvin Alaeze (center) chats with's Miller Safrit and Bob Lichtenfels Top Stories