Mars’ Carmody commits to Polynesian Bowl
Monday, April 22, 2019 | 7:14 PM
Mars junior offensive tackle Michael Carmody has committed to play in Hawaii’s Polynesian Bowl high school all-star game.
The January 2020 contest will be at Honolulu’s Aloha Stadium, the former site of the NFL Pro Bowl.
The 6-foot-6, 295-pound Carmody is listed as a four-star recruit by 247Sports.com.
Carmody, who has yet to make a college verbal commitment, has received more than 20 Division I offers, including those from Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State and Virginia Tech.
He helped the Planets compile a 9-2 overall record in 2018 and finish second in the WPIAL Class 5A Northern Conference at 6-1.
Mars fell to Woodland Hills in the first round of the playoffs.
A top Class of 2020 OT makes a commitment.
4⭐️ MICHAEL CARMODY (@MichaelCarmod10) has been selected as a 2020 POLYNESIAN BOWL ALL-STAR! #PolyBowl2K20 ???@BrandonHuffman @BrianDohn247 @GregBiggins @AllenTrieu @kryan247 @CHarlan_Trib @BrianBatko @SWiltfong247 @FootballRecruit pic.twitter.com/yeSAzbcAzQ
— Polynesian Bowl (@polynesiabowl) April 22, 2019
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