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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.


 2004 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  David Adams  Homewood OL6-1 220Sr.  
  Richard Baker  Cleburne County DB5-8 147Sr.  
 Tim Baker  Calera OL6-1 235Sr.  
  Alex Chaney  John Carroll WR6-0 210Sr.  
  LaRico Crumpton  Shelby County WR6-4 216Sr.  
  Trent Dean  Decatur QB6-0 180Sr.  
  Javares Dobbins  Tuscaloosa County OL5-11 285Sr.  
  Evan Gargis  Muscle Shoals OL6-1 250Sr.  
  Lee Garrison  Boaz DL6-3 270Sr.  
  Terrance Harville  Spain Park RB5-8 175Sr.  
  Michael Holyfield  Colbert County DB5-10 165Sr.  
  Reggie Hubbard  Russellville WR6-2 180Sr.  
  Benjamin Irby  Litchfiled LB5-10 215Sr.  
  Darrius Jackson  Shades Valley WR5-7 165Sr.  
  Drew Jackson  Oneonta QB6-3 190Sr.  
 Tyrone King  Minor DB5-10 190Sr.  
  Zach Knight  Huntsville LB6-3 240Sr.  
  Brandon Madden  Deshler LB6-0 180Sr.  
  Ben Mashburn  Emma Sansom OL6-0 285Sr.  
  Cole Mason  Parrish LB6-2 250Sr.  
  Mike Mathis  Shades Valley WR5-8 160Sr.  
  Montez McCoy  Pell City DL6-1 225Sr.  
  Roderick McKenzie  Talladega County Central RB5-10 186Sr.  
  Zach Miller  Oneonta WR5-9 172Sr.  
  Darrian Payne  Huffman DB6-2 190Sr.  
  Jordan Penney  Scottsboro OL6-4 255Sr.  
  John Post  Briarwood DL6-1 275Sr.  
  Bradley Pounds  Boaz DL6-3 285Sr.  
  Korey Rhodes  Jess Lanier LB Sr.  
  DAngelo Ross  Gadsden DL6-2 225Sr.  
  Kevin Sanders  Pell City DB5-11 170Sr.  
  Timothy Slaughter  Minor RB5-10 215Sr.  
  Nick Thomas  Oak Mountain K5-10 190Sr.  
  Caleb Waid  Clay-Chalkville DL5-11 235Sr.  
  Nathan Webb  North Jackson OL6-1 265Sr.  
  Wendell Young  Pell City DB6-0 183Sr.  


 2004 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Jared Booth  Baker DB5-10 165Sr.  
  Daniel Byrd  Washington County DL5-10 255Sr.  
  Detric Causey  Southern Choctaw DB6-1 200Sr.  
  Rickey Coley  Baldwin County DL6-1 275Sr.  
  Justin Darby  Alma Bryant QB6-0 175Sr.  
  Selby Davis  Trinity DL6-3 230Sr.  
  Justin Downey  Mary Montgomery OL6-2 265Sr.  
  Josh Edwards  Lee Montgomery DL6-1 250Sr.  
  Deon Franklin  Stanhope Elmore LB6-1 210Sr.  
  Garrett Frech  Chilton County OL6-4 260Sr.  
  Morgan Garner  Stanhope Elmore WR6-2 245Sr.  
  Ty Griswold  Prattville RB5-11 210Sr.  
  Alphonso Gross  W.S. Neal RB5-8 185Sr.  
  Trent Heatherington  Wetumpka WR5-8 172Sr.  
  Carl Hudson  Prattville LB5-9 205Sr.  
  Reggie Johnson  Greenville OL6-0 252Sr.  
  Cedric Jones  Brantley DL6-1 210Sr.  
  Tim King  Theodore QB6-1 178Sr.  
  Jonathan Lowe  Central Phenix City RB5-8 170Sr.  
  Courtney Martin  Carver Montgomery WR5-11 170Sr.  
  Mike Mitchell  Prattville RB5-8 185Sr.  
  Darius Packer  Vigor DB6-0 195Sr.  
  Neal Patterson  Andalusia DB6-3 170Sr.  
  Josh Post  Charles Henderson K6-0 210Sr.  
  Lamar Prescott  Opelika OL6-0 246Sr.  
  Devon Reese  Daphne TE6-3 220Sr.  
  Eric Robinson  Carver Montgomery DB5-11 168Sr.  
  Will Ross  Thomasville DL6-4 240Sr.  
  Gerarde Shanks  Southside Selma LB6-0 220Sr.  
  Charles Smith  Washington County LB5-11 225Sr.  
  Jordan Smith  Jemison OL6-4 255Sr.  
  Darryl Watts  Southside Selma WR6-0 182Sr.  
  Jacquez Williams  Charles Henderson WR6-2 195Sr.  
  Jermaine Williams  B.C. Rain DL6-1 230Sr.  
 Justin Williams  Washington County LB6-2 215Sr.  
  Trumaine Williams  B.C. Rain TE6-1 240Sr.  
  Garrett Windham  Straughn OL6-6 290Sr.  



Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

From 1947 until his retirement in 1992 Glenn Daniel's teams won 302 games at Pine Hill and Luverne. He was the winningest coach in state history until 2010.