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

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.
The game was not played between 1985 through the 1996 season. In 1997, the game began again and moved to Montgomery in where the AHSAA has backed the game until today.

 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Corteze Allen  Hewitt-Trussville DB5-10 148Sr.  
  Robert Benefield  Woodland DL6-0 240Sr.  
  Justin Cardwell  Moody OL6-2 240Sr.  
  Corderouis Christopher  Gadsden WR5-9 175Sr.  
  Dee Clark  Sheffield LB5-10 240Sr.  
  Sidney Cochran  Fayette County DB6-1 165Sr.  
 DeMarcus Covington  John Carroll WR6-1 190Sr.  
  Sean Dailey  Hewitt-Trussville DL6-3 240Sr.  
  Derick Daniel  Fairfield DB5-6 140Sr.  
  Michael DeJohn  Hoover LB6-0 220Sr.  
  Justin Diliberto  Spain Park WR5-8 150Sr.  
  Sam Edwards  Clay-Chalkville WR6-2 175Sr.  
  Frederick Gray  Gadsden DB5-11 185Sr.  
  Austin Hayes  Cedar Bluff OL6-3 240Sr.  
  Hershel Houston  Cherokee County LB6-0 225Sr.  
  Darrius Jackson  Fairfield DL5-11 Sr.  
  Dennis King  Hoover RB5-9 167Sr.  
  Josh Lewis  Tuscaloosa County DL6-4 230Sr.  
  D.J. Looney  Oak Mountain OL6-2 275Sr.  
  Josh Maclin  Butler WR5-10 160Sr.  
  Alex Mason  Fairfield LB6-0 182Sr.  
  Corey Meadows  Moody LB6-1 240Sr.  
 Kerry Murphy  Hoover DL6-4 295Sr.  
  John Nyquist  Cullman 5-9 155Sr.  
  Kyle Otte  Buckhorn DB6-0 190Sr.  
  Brock Peters  Central Florence LB6-1 205Sr.  
  Jacquez Pride  Athens RB5-11 165Sr.  
 Ryan Pugh  Spain Park OL6-3 270Sr.  
  Justin Sanders  Buckhorn DL6-5 255Sr.  
  Rico Sharpe  Hewitt-Trussville RB6-1 190Sr.  
 Zach Smith  Susan Moore QB6-1 180Sr.  
 Caleb Thomas  Decatur OL6-3 290Sr.  
 Patrick Thomas  Etowah LB6-0 195Sr.  
  Taz Tillery  Russellville OL6-3 260Sr.  
  Andrew Traylor  Mountain Brook LB6-5 215Sr.  
  William Vlachos  Mountain Brook OL6-2 290Sr.  
 Terrance Wilkes  Wadley RB5-8 170Sr.  

 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Jason Adams  Foley OL5-11 270Sr.  
  Ricardo Bates  Prattville DB6-0 160Sr.  
  Jonathan Beasley  Jeff Davis LB6-2 217Sr.  
  Ron Belser  Carver Montgomery RB5-6 172Sr.  
  Harris Brown  Montgomery Academy DB6-2 175Sr.  
  Justin Byrd  Washington County LB6-2 185Sr.  
  Roosevelt Byrd  Foley QB6-1 195Sr.  
  Nathanael Carlson  Briarwood WR6-3 200Sr.  
 Jared Cooper  W.S. Neal OL6-4 270Sr.  
  Sidell Corley  McGill-Toolen DE6-4 248Sr.  
  Jeffrey Daniels  Brantley LB6-2 225Sr.  
  Brandon High Dorsey  Auburn DE6-2 225Sr.  
 Nick Fairley  Williamson DL6-4 255Sr.  
 Eltoro Freeman  Benjamin Russell LB6-0 200Sr.  
  Nicholas Gentry  Prattville DE6-2 258Sr.  
 James Hall  Murphy RB5-9 193Sr.  
  Corey Hart  Loachapoka ATH6-1 203Sr.  
  Rodney Hudson  B.C. Rain OL6-3 290Sr.  
  MeKale Hughley  LaFayette DL6-3 285Sr.  
 Phelon Jones  McGill-Toolen DB6-1 192Sr.  
  Stanley Jones  Houston Academy WR6-0 180Sr.  
  Michael McNeil  Davidson DB6-2 187Sr.  
  Henry Porter  Opelika OL6-3 305Sr.  
  Harold Powell  Carver Montgomery OL6-1 270Sr.  
  Cortney Ray  LaFayette DE6-2 220Sr.  
  Blake Richardson  Fairhope 5-11 200Sr.  
  Tyler Robbins  Homewood WR6-1 171Sr.  
  Zack Shaw  Trinity WR6-2 190Sr.  
  Darnodo Smith  Carver Montgomery DE5-10 185Sr.  
 Larry Smith  Prattville QB6-2 195Sr.  
  Ferson Stafford  Central Phenix City DB5-9 160Sr.  
  Omar Keon Stewart  Central Phenix City TE6-1 210Sr.  
  Marquez Strickland  Opelika WR6-2 195Sr.  
  Terrence Thomas  Eufaula LB6-0 210Sr.  
  Weston Thomas  Lee Montgomery OL6-1 220Sr.  
  Micheal Turner  Davidson OL5-9 249Sr.  
 Joseph Wilson  Opelika RB5-9 170Sr.  

Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Bart Starr received coaching from Kentucky great Babe Parilli his senior season at Sidney Lanier in hopes of joining Bear Bryant at Kentucky. He had to settle for Alabama.