College All-Star Bowl Ends Two-Year Run -

College All-Star Bowl Ends Two-Year Run

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GREENVILLE, S.C. - Medal Of Honor Bowl Release

David Wyatt of Wyatt Sports has been named the Director of Player Development to the Medal of Honor Bowl, Tommy McQueeney, the game’s chairman announced today.

David Wyatt was the founder and executive producer of the College All Star Bowl, a game that has been held in Greenville for the past two years.  

“I am honored to accept the role and help bring the state of South Carolina together behind the Medal of Honor Bowl.  This allows me to join a solid team and implement a leadership conference to help the nation’s best football seniors in their next steps to the NFL and beyond,” said Wyatt.

According to Wyatt, the opportunity provided by The Medal of Honor Bowl eliminated the need to produce the College All Star Bowl.

“I am proud of the impact South Carolina has made in the game of football and look forward to helping the Medal of Honor Bowl become the nation’s best college all star bowl while honoring and supporting America’s greatest heroes,” said Wyatt. 

Wyatt will develop the MOHB leadership conference and coordinate a business mentor program offered by the South Carolina Football Hall of Fame.  “Not only will we celebrate America’s greatest heroes, we will continue to provide an opportunity for our players to be prepared for their transition into professional life,” Wyatt added. 

“The Medal of Honor Bowl has a foundation and our combined effort is great for the state of South Carolina, our national heroes and the players who take part in this national NFL Showcase and leadership conference.” 

State Representative  Samuel Rivers, Jr., who worked with McQueeney in bringing the Medal of Honor Bowl game to Charleston last year, said, “We are glad to add David Wyatt to the Medal of Honor Bowl family.  It was clear as we talked that we both believed that having one collegiate all-star game was best for the state moving forward.  The opportunity to bring in David’s expertise in player development and leadership to the Medal of Honor Bowl became an important element.”

The Medal of Honor Bowl will be held at Johnson Hagood Stadium at The Citadel, where bowl organizers are advantaged by the world-renowned city and its usually balmy winters.

The Medal of Honor Bowl is scheduled for January 10, 2015.  The game will feature the player leadership conference, in addition to the Wounded Warrior Luncheon, and Medal of Honor True Blue Gala and opportunities to meet the players and future NFL stars.  This year’s bowl will also incorporate a golf tournament on September 16th at Daniel Island Club.  Other entertainment and fan experiences are in the process of being scheduled.  The Medal of Honor Bowl supports the Wounded Soldier Project and the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation.  Further information about the Medal of Honor Bowl can be found at

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