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  School Football over the past 100 seasons.






AHSAA All Star Game Roster




Each season between 1948 and 1983 the Alabama High School Athletic Association in cooperation with the University of Alabama sponsored an all start event in Tuscaloosa.
The following football players were selected to participate in the football game.
Many of the players have profiles with their high school statistics included.
In 1984 the games was moved to Montgomery but continued to be sponsored by the AHSAA.


 1984 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Marcus Austin  Hazlewood DL5-10 205  
  Gerald Bailey  Warrior SE5-10 170  
  David Banks  Walker LB Sr.  
  Joe Billingsley  Millport OL6-0 275  Jacksonville State
  Tom Branner  Hazel Green QB Sr.  
  Norman Bryant  Erwin QB Sr.  
  Bubba Clay  Mount Hope RB5-7 155  Middle Tenn State
  Everett Crawford  Lee Huntsville RB Sr.  
  Terrence Curry   Sr.  
  Marshall Deavers  Oneonta DE6-2 201  Livingston
  David Dodd   Sr.  
 George Dothard  White Plains QB5-11 165  Troyt
  Chris Dunn  Danville DL6-4 315  Auburn
  Stacy Dunn  J.O. Johnson OL Sr.  
  Johnny Endress  Ohatchee OL6-2 240  Jacksonville State
  Jimmy Don Frederick  Hackleburg DB5-11 175  Auburn
  Thomas Gill  Tanner DL5-11 264  Morthwest JC MS
  Willie Goodloe  Colbert County RB Sr.  Mississippi
  Rickey Gosa  Gordo DB6-1 175  Livingston
  Jarvis Greer  Munford RB5-10 160  Jacksonville State
  David Gwarjanski  Woodlawn DL Sr.  
  Andre Haley  Emma Sansom LB5-9 220Sr.  
  Randy Hamilton  Section DB6-0 170  North Alabama
  Felix Hampton  Decatur DB Sr.  
  Bob Harwood   Sr.  
  Earnest Hodge  Woodlawn LB Sr.  
  Greg Hoven  Oak Grove DB6-4 175  Valdosta State
  Deron Huerkamp  Austin OL Sr.  
  Travis Jackson  Collinsville QB6-1 165  North Alabama
  Chris Johnson  Plainview DB5-11 170  Morthwest JC MS
  Pat Johnson   Sr.  
  Brent Jones  Crossville SE6-1 175  Jacksonville State
  Kenneth Jones   Sr.  
  Jay Jordan   Sr.  
  Anthony Looney  Ashville RB6-0 185  Marion Institute
  Joe Mickles  Gardendale RB Sr.  
  Bobby Montague  Buckhorn OL6-2 245Sr.  
  Barry Moss  Gordo LB6-2 210  Huntingdon
  Brett Nance  Hartselle OL6-4 248Sr.  
  Rod Parker  Brooks PK Sr.  
  Alphonso Pettus  Austin RB6-0 180Sr.  
  Wendell Phillips  Colbert County WR Sr.  
  Joel Poole  Lineville DL6-0 250  Jacksonville State
  Dewayne Simmons  Warrior OL6-5 255  
  Ben Smith  Lineville OL6-4 220  Tennessee-Chatanooga
  Daryl Stidman  Hackleburg TE6-1 170  Morthwest JC MS
  Wade Streeter  Parker QB Sr.  
  Willie Swain  Talladega County Central RB5-11 180  Wallace State JC
  John Tucker  Handley LB6-2 240  Jacksonville State
 Reggie Ware  Butler FB Sr.  Auburn
  Keith Weaver  Hokes Bluff OL6-0 265  Jacksonville State
 Freddy Weygand  Emma Sansom WR Sr.  Auburn
  Kevin Williams  Woodland P6-5 240  
  John Willingham  Collinsville TE6-0 240  East Central JC MS
  Don Wilson  Russellville DB Sr.  
  Jerry Woods  Oak Grove DE5-9 200  Miles
  Kevin Woods  Fultondale RB Sr.  
  Mike Young  Brookwood LB Sr.  


 1984 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Larry Ashley  Geneva DB6-5 205  Southern Miss
  Willie Atkinson   Sr.  
  Austin Bosarge  Alba DE5-11 200  Georgia Tech
  Prince Boswell  Chilton County RB Sr.  
  Robert Carter  Highland Home RB6-2 190  Troy State
  Chris Casper   Sr.  
  Andy Chavers  Reeltown OL5-11 185  
  Jeff Chism  Montevallo RB5-9 170  Jacksonville State
  Joe Clark  Houston County TE6-2 220  Southeastern
 Bill Condon  Murphy OL6-2 250Sr.  Alabama
  Jessie Cooper  South Macon DE6-5 216  Columbus
  Scott Dill  Berry DL Sr.  
  Rick Dobson  Montevallo DL6-5 230  Southern Miss
  Robert Gamble  Sweet Water DE5-11 165  
  Rodney Garner  Leeds DL Sr.  Auburn
  Ronnie Glanton  Cottonwood OL5-10 250  Livingston
  Ronnie Green  Coffee Springs DB5-8 195  Ole Miss
  Andrew Hart  Notasulga DE6-0 230  Troy State
  Wes Heaton   Sr.  
  Carlton Jenkins   Sr.  
 David Johnson  Dadeville DE6-0 182  
  Todd Johnson  Brantley QB5-7 155  Wallace JC
 Leo Jolly  Ariton RB6-3 230  Alabama
  Doug Jones  Northview LB Sr.  
  Gene Jones  Geneva DB5-7 150  Troy State
  Vincent Jones  Dothan OL Sr.  
  Chris Ledbetter  Reeltown QB5-9 150  Auburn
  Ken LeSueur  Calera DE5-10 165  Auburn
  Butch Lewis  Murphy Sr.  Alabama
  John Lovett  Jemison OL6-2 245  Troy State
  Desmond Mathews  St. Jude DL6-2 310  Alcorn State
  Greg May  Highland Home DE6-3 225  Troy State
  Scott Meredith  Alba OL6-0 250  Alabama
  Vic Molton  Homewood DB Sr.  Alabama
  Seth Moates  Shades Valley LB Sr.  
  Johnny Moncrief  B.C. Rain Sr.  
  Phil Morgan  Dadeville RB5-9 165  
  George Nathan  B.C. Rain RB Sr.  Alabama
  Eddie Norris  Luverne OL6-1 260  Troy State
  David Padgett  St. Pauls DB5-11 170  Furman
  Darryl Pearson  Southern Choctaw SE6-3 185  Southern Miss
  Clyde Perkins  St. Jude OL6-5 260  Grambling
  Jake Powell  Greenville OL Sr.  
  Willie Shepard  Blount LB Sr.  Alabama
  Brian Smith  Opelika WR Sr.  
  Charles Staples  Escambia County OL Sr.  
  Darryl Streeter  Carver Montgomery RB Sr.  
  Brian Tew  Dothan Sr.  
  John Thomas   Sr.  
  Jim Thompson  Enterprise OL Sr.  Auburn
  Clint Watson   Sr.  
  Darryl Whetstone  Sidney Lanier LB Sr.  Alabama
  Pat White  Jess Lanier DB Sr.  
  Darryell Williams  Sweet Water QB5-9 160  
  Eugene Williams   Sr.  
  Lewis Wilson  Foley DB Sr.  East Carolina
 Steve Wilson  Pike County DB Sr.  Alabama
  Jimbo Woolley  Brantley DL5-9 231  Troy State



Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

The Prattville Lions won 56 consecutive regular season games between 2001 and 2007.