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How to watch, live stream South Carolina commits Javon Kinlaw and Bryan Edwards in the 2016 Army All-American Bowl

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Two of the Gamecocks' top commits will be playing in the annual showcase this afternoon in the Lone Star State.

Bryan Edwards (pictured), along with Javon Kinlaw, are the South Carolina commits on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl roster.
Bryan Edwards (pictured), along with Javon Kinlaw, are the South Carolina commits on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl roster.
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South Carolina Gamecocks fans - and the country at large - will be able to get a look at defensive end commit Javon Kinlaw and WR Bryan Edwards (who is on campus as an early enrollee, but is injured) on national television as the U.S. Army All-American Bowl gets underway today in San Antonio. Kinlaw, a three-star recruit out of Goose Creek High School right outside Charleston, and Edwards, the highly-touted four-star recruit from Conway, will be playing for the East team, along with OL target John Simpson. Worth watching if you'd like to see what one (or both) of these kids can bring to the table.

As far as any additional players committing to South Carolina during the game, we don't project any, but the aforementioned Simpson may be worth keeping an eye on in the days following. Although he is a Clemson lean, the Gamecocks still have a strong chance of landing the Fort Dorchester star. I speculated that the Gamecocks' landing of his teammate, Diondre Champagne, was a strategic move to get a

Here's how you can take in the action on TV, as well as your device or smart phone (as always, check with the cable/satellite provider in your area for live streaming availability in your area):

How to watch

When: 1 p.m. ET

Where: Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas

TV: NBC (WIS-TV in Columbia)

Live stream: NBC Sports Live Extra

Rosters: EastWest