Students Antoine Sampah, Reuben Adams, Jr., and Head Varsity Coach Gary Wortham selected to participate in the All-America Football Game
Posted on 10/29/2019
Reuben Adams Jr., Antoine Sampah, and Head Varsity Football Coach Gary Wortham

To kick-off the Woodbridge High School’s Homecoming pep rally, the school recognized the achievements of seniors Reuben Adams Jr., Antoine Sampah, and Head Varsity Football Coach Gary Wortham. With the entire student body and staff watching, Adams and Sampah were presented with their Under Armor All-America game jerseys.

Selection as an All-America Bowl player is highly coveted. Only 100 football players from around the country are selected to play in the game. Both athletes have already chosen where they will play beginning in the fall of 2020 — Adams is committed to attend and play football for Pennsylvania State University and Sampah has committed to Louisiana State University. Woodbridge High is the only public school in the nation to have two players selected to participate in the 2020 Under Armor All-America game.

Wortham has been selected to be a part of the Under Armor All-America coaching staff. Wortham will be assisting National Football League legend, Deion Sanders, for the 2020 Under Armor All-America game.

Congratulations to all three of these exceptional athletes! We are PWCSProud of your accomplishments on and off the field.