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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.


 2016 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Noah Ard  Cordova WR6-0 190Sr.  
  Hunter Armstrong  Southside Gadsden LB6-0 230Sr.  
  KaMaury Avery  Wadley LB5-11 225Sr.  
  Quatavius Barber  Clay-Chalkville DL6-3 238Sr.  
  Nick Battle  Clay-Chalkville DB5-10 165Sr.  
 Jordan Bentley  Guntersville RB6-1 200Sr.  Alabama A&M
  Grey Best  Spain Park OL6-2 255Sr.  
  Austin Bohannon  Russellville DL6-4 240Sr.  
  Austin Campbell  Munford WR6-2 182Sr.  
  Rashad Clay  Minor DL6-1 245Sr.  
  Morgan Coston  Leeds K5-10 170Sr.  
  Zach Cupps  Gardendale QB6-0 180Sr.  
  Cameron DeArman  Russellville LB6-0 195Sr.  
  Cory Eddy  Dora OL6-3 312Sr.  
  Mason Edwards  Sparkman QB6-1 190Sr.  
  Caleb Finn  Hartselle LB6-0 180Sr.  
  Darnell Jackson  Piedmont DB5-10 185Sr.  
  Houston Johnson  New Hope OL6-4 268Sr.  
  Justen Little  Tuscaloosa County DB6-0 165Sr.  
  Kyler Madden  Florence DL5-10 315Sr.  
  Zack McCutcheon  Madison County OL6-3 295Sr.  
  Josh McKenzie  Shades Valley WR5-9 170Sr.  
  William McKinney  Oneonta OL6-2 275Sr.  
  David Mitchell  Minor RB5-8 180Sr.  
  Denzel Mitchell  Hamilton RB6-1 200Sr.  
  Denzel Mooney  Gadsden City WR6-2 185Sr.  
  Gabe Ozio  Madison County RB5-9 165Sr.  
  Justin Patterson  Cullman LB6-1 220Sr.  
  Aaron Pride  Sheffield RB5-10 180Sr.  
  Dakota Sams  Alexandria OL6-3 260Sr.  
  Josephus Smith  Leeds DL5-11 290Sr.  
  Austin Stephens  Munford LB5-11 215Sr.  
  Blake Stidham  Hamilton DB6-2 200Sr.  
  Andrew Styles  Bob Jones DB5-9 185Sr.  
  Spencer White  Florence OL5-10 230Sr.  
  Dylan Wiggins  Ranburne ATH6-1 190Sr.  
  Perry Young  Spain Park LB5-11 195Sr.  


 2016 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Brian Ankerson  Theodore OL6-2 255Sr.  
  Jlan Carson  Central Phenix City LB5-10 260Sr.  
  Paris Chambers  McGill-Toolen QB6-2 180Sr.  
  Paul Coleman  Jeff Davis OL6-1 281Sr.  
  Kolby Easley  Northview DB6-3 183Sr.  
  Bobby Flott  Baker DB6-2 175Sr.  
  Daijon Flowers  Enterprise Ath5-5 150Sr.  
  Mikell Floyd  Elmore County WR5-10 160Sr.  
  Dustin Hardy  Robertsdale OL6-5 300Sr.  
  Justin Hosea-Williams  Theodore LB6-1 210Sr.  
  Anthony Howard  Auburn LB5-11 210Sr.  
  Tylous Humphrey  Wetumpka DB5-10 168Sr.  
  Manuel Johnson  Dothan DL6-2 307Sr.  
  Shaquille Johnson  Lee Montgomery QB5-10 180Sr.  Coffeeville
  Tyler King  Theodore LB5-10 195Sr.  
  Trevor May  Beauregard LB5-11 200Sr.  
  Daron McMullen  Jackson DL6-4 250Sr.  
  Daniel Miller  Fairhope RB6-0 195Sr.  
  Sidney Mims  Montgomery Academy DL6-5 250Sr.  
  Kendrick Moore  Vigor RB5-10 180Sr.  
  Robert Moore  Auburn OL6-4 318Sr.  
  Jacquez Payton  Georgiana DB5-10 170Sr.  
  DeAnthony Philon  McGill-Toolen LB6-0 220Sr.  
  Jaret Powell  Foley DB5-9 175Sr.  
  Shonye Reams  Dothan OL6-5 305Sr.  
  DeQuarius Rivers  Lee Montgomery DL6-3 285Sr.  Coffeeville
  Heath Senn  Beauregard P6-0 180Sr.  
  Bennie Smith  Stanhope Elmore RB5-9 182Sr.  
  Cory Smith  Jeff Davis WR5-9 173Sr.  
  Von Street  Enterprise RB6-0 225Sr.  
  Joe Thomas  Beauregard DL5-11 305Sr.  
  Reginald Todd  Blount WR6-5 190Sr.  
  Kahlil Traywick  UMS-Wright LB5-10 225Sr.  
  Holden Verdin  Baker WR6-4 175Sr.  
  Will Wilson  Horseshoe Bend OL6-2 270Sr.  
  Tyler Wittner  Mary Montgomery K5-8 150Sr.  
  Ray Worthy  Jackson OL6-2 315Sr.  



Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Robby James has won nine AISA State Championships during his career at Catherine Academy, Morgan Academy and Marengo Academy.