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   The best of the best in Alabama High   
  School Football over the past 100 seasons.

Alabama High School Football Players

 Justin Albert
 All-State Team
 Year   Class   Position   Team   Source 
2006 6A RB HM  BN
2006 6A RB 1st  ASWA
2007 6A RB 1st  ASWA

 Year   Award   Position   Class  Source 
 2007  All Southern RB Sr.  Orlando Sentinel
 2007  All American RB Sr.  PrepNation
 2007  Super 12 RB Sr.  ASWA
  High School: Prattville
  Position: Running Back
  Height/Weight: 5'8" / 175
  Senior Season: 2007
  College: Auburn

 High School Bio:

            Justin tallied 3,467 yards rushing after moving to running back full time during his junior season. He also had 1,021 yards receiving and 1,004 on kick/punt returns. The back to back All-State player scored 65 touchdowns. Albert racked up 2,027 all-purpose yards his senior season. He rushed for 1,457 yards on 182 carries, caught 13 passes for 148 yards. On special teams he returned 16 punts for 263 yards and six kicks for 131 yards. He had 217 carries for 1,655 yards and scored 27 touchdowns during his junior season averaging 110.3 yards per game. He added 28 catches for 323 yards and four touchdowns as well. Albert recorded 854 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns during the state play-offs. He averaged 170.8 yards per game. His best game came the day after Prattville assistant coach Lorenzo Pickett died of a heart attack at the Lions Field House. Albert ripped off 216 yards and scored three touchdowns in a 38-7 win over McGill-Toolen.

Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Hazlewood won five consecutive state championships from 1988-1992. During this span the Golden Bears won 29 playoff games in a row.