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Alabama All-Star Game




         
1968

      Pat Sullivan, the passer, and Terry Beasley, the receiver, spent their game-time becoming acquainted. As Auburn scouts in the stands filled with self-satisfaction, smiled -- the superstars teamed up for three touchdowns to give the South a 27-7 victory over the North in the 1968 High School Football Game. Both players, two of the most sought after of last year's crop of high school seniors, had signed football grants-in-aid with Auburn University.

      The Sullivan-to-Beasley scoring strikes covered 31, 28, and 26 yards and gave the South a 10-9-2 advantage in the twenty-one year old series on a humid night before 16,834 spectators.



 1968 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Bill Abston  Gadsden G5-11 185Sr.  Memphis State
 Bobby Baird  Huntsville T6-2 220Sr.  Memphis State
 Jeff Beard  Hueytown FB6-1 217Sr.  Alabama
 Tommy Bradford  West End Walnut Grove T6-2 220Sr.  Auburn
 Johnny Chandler  Hartselle QB6-0 185Sr.  Ole Miss
 Larry Cheaves  Etowah G6-1 210Sr.  
 Mike Cobb  Cullman FB5-9 170Sr.  Samford
 Larkin Collins  Athens E6-0 180Sr.  Florence State
 Don Flurry  Fairfield T6-3 210Sr.  Alabama
 Sammy Hester  Cherokee County DB6-1 190Sr.  
 Steve Higginbotham  Hueytown DB 160Sr.  Alabama
 Wayne Humphries  Gadsden C6-0 195Sr.  Georgia
 Jimmy Isbell  Colbert County E5-11 185Sr.  Harding College
 Kenneth Lett  Glencoe QB6-0 170Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Noel Lollar  Minor E5-10 175Sr.  
 Jimmy Martin  Jones Valley HB6-0 205Sr.  Alabama
 William McCormick  Colbert County LB6-1 206Sr.  Memphis State
 James Nelson.  Western-Olin T6-1 228Sr.  Alcorn A&M
 Larry Northam  Lamar County T6-4 210Sr.  
 Greg Patterson  Huntsville QB5-9 170Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Terry Pounders  Russellville RB5-7 145Sr.  Florence State
 Jimmy Rosser  Jones Valley G6-1 215Sr.  Alabama
 Hank Self  Coffee G6-0 195Sr.  Auburn
 Leonard Thomas  Butler HB5-8 185Sr.  Florence State
 Steve Thompson  Cherokee PK5-10 210Sr.  Florence State
  Mitchell Weaver  Marion County E6-6 225Sr.  Alabama
 Jerry Weems  Walter Wellborn DB5-11 190Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Bill Young  Lamar County E6-1 170Sr.  Ole Miss


 1968 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
 Terry Beasley  Lee Montgomery E5-11 180Sr.  Auburn
 Buddy Brackin  Marengo County QB5-11 170Sr.  Marion Military Institute
 Bob Brown  Ramsay E6-3 200Sr.  Auburn
 Gary Chambers  B.C. Rain C6-1 205Sr.  Livingston
 Phil Cochran  Banks MG6-0 205Sr.  Auburn
 Jere Coley  Charles Henderson T6-3 220Sr.  Auburn
 Butch Heisler  Lee Montgomery T6-4 230Sr.  Auburn
 John Herron  Baldwin County T5-11 200Sr.  Southern Miss
 Herman Hooten  Tuskegee Istitute T6-2 250Sr.  Natre Dame
 John Howard  Banks C6-1 195Sr.  Livingston
 Ricky Kale  Andalusia DB6-1 168Sr.  Memphis State
 Ricky Kirby  Tuscaloosa QB6-0 165Sr.  
 Jimmy Lowder  Sidney Lanier HB5-9 170Sr.  Auburn
 John McLeon  Mary Montgomery LB6-0 185Sr.  Tulane
 Mark Meadows  Valley E6-1 175Sr.  Southern Miss
 Buddy Mesaris  Sidney Lanier QB6-3 175Sr.  Troy State
 Charles Mitchell  Auburn DB5-8 160Sr.  Jacksonville State
 Johnny Musso  Banks HB5-11 188Sr.  Alabama
 Jerry Nelson  Abrams T6-0 215Sr.  Iowa
 Sentell OMary  Auburn FB6-0 190Sr.  Ole Miss
 Steve Pemberton  Benjamin Russell G6-0 198Sr.  Alex City Jr. College
 Jim Quinney  Linden LB5-10 180Sr.  Mississippi State
 Bubba Sawyer  Fairhope HB5-9 165Sr.  Alabama
 Paul Scott  Lee Montgomery HB5-11 170Sr.  Auburn
 Ronnie Singleton  Citronelle DB5-10 175Sr.  
 Benny Stephens  Thomasville T6-0 210Sr.  Alabama
 Pat Sullivan  John Carroll QB6-0 170Sr.  Auburn
 Jerome Ward  Elba E6-0 190Sr.  Southern Miss
 Bill Whigham  Enterprise G5-10 195Sr.  




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