Only 90 high school football players in the entire nation are selected to this game each year, based on both their football prowess and their representation of Army values like loyalty and respect.
Other famous Army All-Americans include names like Adrian Peterson, Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow.
In fact, more than 100 first-round NFL draft picks had the honor of playing in this prestigious game.
Five U.S. Army All-American Bowl Selection Tour teams travel across the country from late September to mid-December to announce all 90 players and 125 marching musicians to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl; they log a combined 30,000 miles.
Cleveland High School and the U.S. Army will honor Voytik at 1 p.m. Dec. 7 in the school library among his friends, coaches and family.
Voytik is one of four players selected to participate in the Army All-American Game from the state of Tennessee and is the first ever selected from Cleveland High School.
“The Ride” a Versus Channel show, documented Voytik’s last football season because of his selection as the East quarterback in the game.
The 2012 All-American Bowl will be held in San Antonio and televised on NBC from the Alamodome on Jan. 7 at 1 p.m.
Also receiving football honors was CHS senior tight end Camden Bell.
Bell has been selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl for the United States Marine Corps.
One hundred of the nation’s top football players were selected to take part in this historic game.
The classic East vs. West matchup will take place on Jan. 3 and will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network at 4 p.m.
Bell has been selected as the long snapper for the game, and was chosen for his on-field contributions and his commitment to the Marine Corps values of honor and courage.