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Empire High Senior To Play In Blue-Grey All-American Bowl

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A senior at Empire High School in Vail has been selected to play in a prestigious High School All Star game.  

Ryan Pollock is a 6-foot 3-inch, 215-pound defensive end and offensive tackle who's set to make a big impact in high school football this season in the Tucson area.

Here's more from the Pollock family: Ryan attended a Blue-Grey Combine over the summer at the AZ Cardinals Stadium.  From there he was selected for the All-American Bowl, East vs West, to be played at the AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, on Dec. 18.

Ryan is a Senior at Andrada Polytech High and Plays football for Empire High in Vail.  Not only has he played since he was 5 years old he has never missed a practice.  He holds a job and maintains a 4.06 GPA.  He is 6 foot 3 and 215 lbs.  He plays Defensive End and Offensive tackle for Empire.  He was selected for the BLUE-GREY for Defensive End.

Here's a link to his "GoFundMe" page: gofundme.com/all-american-bowl-for-ryan-pollock

This is what the "GoFundMe" page says: “My name is Ryan Pollock and I am currently a football player at Empire High School in Vail Arizona.  I have been playing football since I was 5 years old.  My dream has always been to play college football and ultimately the next level.  I have dedicated countless hours practicing drills and preparing for a chance to make it to the next level.  This includes studying hard and maintaining  a 4.060 GPA.

A few days ago I was selected to play in the Blue-Grey All American Bowl in the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in December.  I was one of ninety senior recruits that were selected out of over 6750 players who competed in regional combines.  I will be given the opportunity to work out in front of coaches comprised of NFL veterans, as well as team of experienced college scouts. 

Blue-Grey Football was established in 1989, founded by Gus Bell and his son Erik Bell.  Together, they established the brand to help prep prospects from all over the country receive national exposure and increase their chances to secure scholarships to a college.  On a yearly  basis, the best of the best meet on the biggest stages around: East vs West at Dallas and North vs South at Tampa.”

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