The Inaugural SC College All Star Bowl gave players the opportunity to compete and showcase their talents in front of a huge local
and regional audience. The Upstate vs. Lowcountry rivalry is as old as the territories themselves (divided by Interstate 20). South Carolina
puts more professionals into the NFL than just about every other State in the country. Nine players from this game received rookie contracts
from NFL teams, and a few more played in the CFL and over seas. This game celebrated South Carolina athletes and gives the opportunity to establish an annual regional Champion. The game was available in over 4.5 million homes in the region. It also benefited Meals on Wheels which provides meals, companionship and supervision to thousands of South Carolina residents daily.
Purposes of the College All Star Bowl
• Showcase players to the NFL.
• Provide an opportunity for players to display their skills in front of a large National TV audience.
• Develop and strengthen relationships for the future
• Network with hundreds of business and community leaders
• Serve the community and support groups like Meals On Wheels and the South Carolina
Football Hall of Fame.