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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.


 2005 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Carlos Anderson  Spain Park DB5-9 165Sr.  
  Tyler Collins  Deshler DE6-2 265Sr.  
  Alex Cooper  Decatur DL6-0 220Sr.  
 Mike Davis  Pell City DL6-1 255Sr.  
  Robert Drum  Spain Park OL6-8 260Sr.  
  Nick Duff  Buckhorn LB5-10 215Sr.  
  Randy Dupree  Etowah RB5-11 200Sr.  
  Kelvyn Felder  Clay-Chalkville WR5-11 160Sr.  
  C.J. Foster  Deshler DB5-11 160Sr.  
  Jacobi Graves  Etowah DE6-6 240Sr.  
  Jeremy Helms  Russellville QB6-0 180Sr.  
  Jerrod Henry  Deshler 5-10 190Sr.  
  Charlie Higgenbotham  Mountain Brook LB6-1 223Sr.  
 Jake Jones  Mountain Brook WR6-1 177Sr.  
  Jeff Jones  Clay-Chalkville OL6-2 285Sr.  
  Jeremiah Jones  Fairfield QB6-0 170Sr.  
  Johnny Jones  Hartselle LB5-11 230Sr.  
  KeAndre Jones  Tuscaloosa County DL6-2 240Sr.  
  Andrew King  Colbert County DB5-9 190Sr.  
  Max Lerner  Hoover RB5-11 197Sr.  
  DeAngelo Marbury  Litchfield DB6-1 185Sr.  
  Bryan Morgan  Hoover OL6-3 245Sr.  
  Michael Peters  Colbert County LB6-1 195Sr.  
 Jermarcus Ricks  Colbert County OL6-4 285Sr.  
  Andrew Ridgeway  Fort Payne LB6-2 217Sr.  
  Cam Robinson  North Jackson LB5-10 202Sr.  
  Jeremy Searcy  Buckhorn OL5-11 235Sr.  
  Steve Shackelford  Decatur RB5-9 175Sr.  
 Rashaud Slaughter  Minor WR5-9 180Sr.  
 Andre Smith  Huffman OL6-5 305Sr.  
  Micheal Smith  Tanner DE6-3 235Sr.  
  Trevor Smith  Hamilton OL6-3 265Sr.  
  Eugene Sowell  Shades Valley RB6-0 205Sr.  
  Tyler Walker  Tuscaloosa County WR5-11 155Sr.  
  Donald Williams  Tuscaloosa County DB5-11 200Sr.  
  Terrell Zachery  Wadley WR6-1 180Sr.  


 2005 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Earl Alexander  Central Phenix City QB6-4 200Sr.  
  Jeffery Anderson  Southside Selma WR6-3 220Sr.  
  Brian Bennett  Central Phenix City DL6-0 310Sr.  
  Brandon Bond  McGill-Toolen RB5-9 170Sr.  
  Xavier Carroll  Autaugaville RB5-9 170Sr.  
  Antonio Colston  Davidson OL6-0 315Sr.  
 Andy Davis  Briarwood DB5-11 195Sr.  
  Patrick Dolan  McGill-Toolen 6-1 170Sr.  
  Antonio Dotson  Vigor OL6-2 280Sr.  
  J.D. Douglas  Prattville DB6-2 200Sr.  
 Bart Eddins  Trinity DL6-5 262Sr.  
 TeBiarus Gill  Vigor WR6-2 180Sr.  
  Raven Gray  Enterprise LB6-3 240Sr.  
  Josh Hawkins  Greenville OL6-7 315Sr.  
  Timothy Hawthorne  Homewood WR6-2 200Sr.  
 Austin Hubbard  Homewood QB6-2 185Sr.  
  Shamus Hudson  Thomasville LB6-0 215Sr.  
  Antavious Lipscomb  Opelika DE5-10 225Sr.  
  Tim Matthews  Prattville LB6-1 215Sr.  
  Julien McCarroll  Mary Montgomery DL6-0 270Sr.  
  Alonzo McCord  McGill-Toolen DB6-1 170Sr.  
  Zane McMeans  Georgiana RB5-9 180Sr.  
  Dontrell Miller  Demopolis DB5-10 165Sr.  
  Jonathan Mitchell  LeFlore OL6-2 275Sr.  
 Brian Motley  Autaugaville OL6-2 275Sr.  
  Captain Munnerlyn  Murphy DB6-0 180Sr.  
  Cory Patterson  Davidson FB6-0 220Sr.  
  Brandon Pickett  Prattville RB5-10 170Sr.  
  Cortez Pitts  Midfield WR5-7 160Sr.  
  Byron Powell  Carver Montgomery LB6-1 205Sr.  
  Dominik Riley  Carver Montgomery OL6-4 290Sr.  
 David Ross  Homewood OL6-4 280Sr.  
  Devin Stallworth  Daphne LB5-11 200Sr.  
  Reginald Stokes  Carver Montgomery DL6-3 230Sr.  
  Bryant Turner  Daphne DE6-2 215Sr.  
 Jared White  Williamson RB6-0 170Sr.  
  James Winston  Daphne DL6-3 300Sr.  



Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

The Morgan Academy Senators have appeared in 14 state championship games from 1984-2008, winning the title 11 times.