SC Prospects Named To O-D All-American Bowl

The Offense-Defense All-American Bowl will be held in Myrtle Beach this January 2nd. The O-D group is announcing their selections and already a few South Carolina prospects like Rock Hill's Asa Watson (pictured) have landed in the postseason all-star event. Come inside to see who else is already in for the event.

While some players have already turned in their equipment and will see the end of their high school careers come to an end a select few will get to snap the chinstrap one or two more times if they aren't in the playoffs. The 2009 Offense-Defense All American Bowl rosters are being unveiled and already a number of South Carolina prospects have been selected to play in the event on January 2nd at Coastal Carolina University. Check out the Palmetto State players below.

Offense-Defense All American Bowl Selections from SC

LB Quandon Christian of Lake View High School burst onto the scene quickly and drew an offer from the Clemson Tigers. The lightning fast linebacker quickly jumped on the offer and he routinely wows the crowd with his 4.5 speed checking in at 6'3 205 pounds.

OL Kwame Geathers checks in at an imposing 6'5 320 pounds. Don't let the hulking size fool you as Geathers has very good footwork and in many eyes has the potential to be the best of a long line of Geathers' out of Carvers Bay. Currently undecided on a college destination the word is South Carolina and Georgia are the current frontrunners.

TE Asa Watson like the aforementioned Geathers comes from a proud football family. You see Asa is the younger brother of current New England Patriots TE Ben Watson. Younger brother Asa excels for the Rock Hill Bearcats who are still making noise heading into the AAAA playoffs. Asa projects as a TE on the next level but plays wide receiver for the Bearcats. Watson has also been selected to play in this year's Shrine Bowl. Currently Asa holds quite a few offers but in our latest update he says NC State, Duke, Maryland and Vanderbilt lead the way for him.

LB Jamal Mtshali is no longer playing for Richland Northeast High as he transferred to Northgate High in Maryland. The move didn't hurt Mtshali as he's hearing from many of the prominent schools along the east coast currently. LSU and Boston College have most recently shown their interest in the chiseled prospect who is physically already ahead of the curve at 6'2 225 pounds and bench presses 430 pounds while running 4.6's regularly and an astonishing 44 inch vertical.

Stay tuned for more updates as there possibly could be more additions to the O-D All American Bowl from South Carolina.

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