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COYOTES SEUNG JUN OH EARNS ALL-AMERICAN BOWL SELECTION

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(MINNEAPOLIS) – SoCal Coyotes offensive tackle Seung Jun Oh, 6-3, 330, was recently selected to play in the All-American Bowl at U.S. Stadium, home of the Minnesota Vikings.

One hundred of the nation’s top collegiates and free agents are picked annually in the All American Bowl, founded in 1996 to give athletes the opportunity to compete against the best for professional scouts.

Jun Oh, whose dream to become the National Football League’s first South Korean player was almost realized last year with the Cleveland Browns, has never lost a game as a Coyote. The North Carolina Central graduate used Coyote game film to advance from developmental to professional opportunities.

As a member of America’s #1 Developmental Football Program™, Jun Oh has set the highest standards for the Coyotes offensive line. In the 2017 perfect season, he earned the highest grades among his peers.

Nicknamed ‘Big Sushi’ by his teammates, the popular Jun Oh is also an accomplished martial artist, winning the national heavyweight judo championship in national amateur competition earlier this year.

ABOUT THE SOCAL COYOTES

The SoCal Coyotes are the national standard of American developmental football. The Coyotes non-profit organization provides elite athletes a professional environment that refines and showcases their skills through trademarked processes similar to the NBA’s D-league and MLB’s minor-league systems.

NFL executives have named the SoCal Coyotes organization America’s #1 Developmental Football Program™ for its national, scalable brands, community outreach programs, five-year operating track record, verifiable data, youth curriculum, sales, public-private sector alliances, and measured results.

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