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Alabama High School Football Players


 
 Julio Jones
 All-State Team
 Year   Class   Position   Team   Source 
2006 6A WR 1st  ASWA
2006 6A WR 1st  BN
2007 6A WR/TE 1st  ASWA

 Awards
 Year   Award   Position   Class  Source 
 2006  Super 12 WR Jr.  ASWA
 2006  Super All-State WR Jr.  Bham News
 2007  AL-MS Game WR Sr.  
 2007  All-USA WR Sr.  USA Today
 2007  Mr. Football WR Sr.  ASWA
 2007  All American WR Sr.  PrepNation
 2007  All Southern WR Sr.  Orlando Sentinel
 2007  6A Player of the Year WR Jr.  Gatorade
 2007  6A Back of the Year WR Sr.  ASWA
 2007  Super 12 WR Sr.  ASWA
 2007  All American WR Sr.  Under Armour
 2007  All American WR Sr.  EA Sports
 2007  All American WR Sr.  Parade
  
   
  Born: 
  High School: Foley
  Position: Wide Receiver
  Height/Weight: 6'4" / 210
  Senior Season: 2007
  College: Alabama
 
 


 High School Bio:

            Julio caught 68 passes for 1,181 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior at Foley. He caught 51 passes for 805 yards and 8 touchdowns as a sophomore and followed that up with 75 catches for 1,299 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior. As a senior Jones led the Lions to a 12-1 record and a Region 2 title before losing to Prattville in class 6A state quarterfinals.

His career totals were 202 catches for 3,383 yards and 40 touchdowns. He also added three rushing touchdowns, two kick return touchdowns, two punt returns and two fumble returns for scores during his career for the Lions.

He set Foley school records for career receptions, receiving yards, receiving touchdowns and total touchdowns. He also holds the top three single season receiving records at Foley with 75 receptions (2006), 68 receptions (2007) and 51 catches (2005).

He was one of the most recruited players ever from the state and ranked as the number one college prospect by some sources.

Julio was named as "Mr. Football" in the state of Alabama following his senior season. He was a Parade All-American and a USA Today All-American. He was named the Gatorade Player of the Year in 2007, EA Sports first-team All-American and a two-time All-American by Rivals.com (2006 and 2007). Scout.com selected him as an All-American in 2007.

Jones was a Birmingham News and Alabama Sportswriters Association 6A All-State selection both his junior and senior seasons. The Birmingham News named him to the Super All-State Team. He was also named to 2007 ASWA Super 12 All-State team.





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