**** UPDATE **** Sport Stars of Tomorrow, a Television Show airing this weekend nationally will be honoring Riverside student athlete Codi McGuire, who was named to the 2011 All American Football team. McGuire, who is an 8th grader at Earhart Middle School is a 6'2 260 pound Offensive & Defensive Linemen. He will be attending Arlington High School as a 9th grader in the fall of 2011 and hopes to attend the University of Hawaii, USC, or the Ohio State University after he graduates from High school to continue his football career. The show honoring McGuire and his fellow All Americans will be broadcast to over 101 million homes across America and carried by ABC, FOX, CBS, and NBC in various regions. Look for it to be aired in Miami this Saturday at 11:30 am on the Fox network. Here is a link where you can easily find where and when the show is on in your area: http://library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1101621172038-164/SSoT+Channel+List.pdf Here is the press release: Football University (FBU) is proud to announce that this weekend, Sports Stars of Tomorrow (SSOT), a nationally syndicated television show hosted by legendary NFL announcer Pat Summerall, will dedicate an entire show to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl (USAAB) and the Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl. Sports Stars of Tomorrow, a half-hour show, will portray the exciting All-American Bowl week experience for all of our Youth Bowl and Combine athletes with a primary focus on the game action of the 8th grade unlimited game. Sports Stars of Tomorrow, the nation's only weekly half-hour high school/collegiate show in syndication, is available in approximately 90% of the nation's television markets on local local ABC, NBC, Fox and CBS affiliates, including New York City (WABC-TV), Los Angeles (KCBS-TV), Chicago (WFLD), and Dallas-Fort Worth (KTXA). Like FBU/All American Games, SSOT searches the country for rising talent and provides fans across the country with a preview of the brightest young stars in sports. FBU/All-American Games and SSOT share a lengthy alumni list, including Tim Tebow (USAAB), Matt Barkley (FBU), Terrelle Pryor (USAAAB, FBU), Jake Heaps (USAAB, FBU), James Wilder, Jr. (USAAB), and Wayne Lyons (USAAB) The Eastbay Youth All-American Bowl invites the nation's top 7th and 8th grade athletes to San Antonio to play in the only national youth all-star game in the country. The selected athletes come from all leagues across the country. Modeled after its sister property, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl which features the nation's top preps, the Eastbay Youth Bowl provides a glimpse of the youngest generation of football stars. The majority of the selected 7th and 8th grade athletes are discovered at Football University, an elite invitation only camp, that identifies and trains the nation's top youth and prep athletes with the top instructors from the NFL ranks. The camps run from January to July in 40 cities. You have to see these athletes live to believe their amazing size, ability and overall talent. This weekend the entire country has that chance by tuning into SSOT this Saturday and Sunday. Hope you enjoy the show.