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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.
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.


 2018 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Jarious Abercrombie  Wenonah OL6-6 320Sr.  
  Sam Armstrong  Lawrence County OL6-7 265Sr.  
  Carson Bobo  Oak Mountain TE/WR6-5 215Sr.  
  Khamari Brown  Hoover DL6-2 269Sr.  
  Myles Brown  Thompson CB5-11 180Sr.  
  Cagan Campbell  Hillcrest Tuscaloosa CB5-10 165Sr.  
  Ethan Caselberry  Sparkman CB6-2 190Sr.  
  Court Coley  Westbrook Christian LB6-2 215Sr.  
  Liallen Dailey  Pinson Valley WR6-3 200Sr.  
  Greg Dawkins  Leeds P/K5-10 165Sr.  
  Taquavian Drake  Wadley WR6-3 190Sr.  
  Jack Dunphy  Vestavia Hills LS5-9 200Sr.  
  Dalton Elam  Wilson OL6-6 260Sr.  
  Austin Gooch  Gardendale LB5-11 190Sr.  
  Tim Harris-Edwards  Thompson WR6-1 175Sr.  
  Blake Hester  Spain Park DL6-3 250Sr.  
  DArie Johnson  Spain Park RB5-10 185Sr.  
  Davares Jones-Brown  Central Tuscaloosa LB6-0 232Sr.  
  Perry Kirby  Athens OLB5-9 170Sr.  
  Jon Tate Lollar  Haleyville C6-4 290Sr.  
  Mackie McNeal  Thompson DL6-5 318Sr.  
  Tyler Nunnelley  Cullman OL6-2 290Sr.  
  Terry Perry Jr.  Shades Valley LB6-0 239Sr.  
  Will Pierce  Pelham C6-0 245Sr.  
  Desmond Scott  Pinson Valley DL6-0 280Sr.  
  Kevin Shaw  Colbert Heights FS6-1 185Sr.  
  Braelon Shields  Shades Valley RB5-7 170Sr.  
  Hamp Sisson  Mountain Brook QB5-11 185Sr.  
  Mitchell Smiley  Mae Jemison LB5-11 215Sr.  
  Justin Stuckey  Helena WR6-3 175Sr.  
  Gage Towery  Leeds OL6-1 300Sr.  
  Desmond Trotter  Shades Valley QB6-4 190Sr.  
  Kelvin Wallace  McAdory RB6-0 180Sr.  
  Jaylen Washington  Leeds CB5-11 170Sr.  
  Darion Williams  McAdory LB6-2 225Sr.  
  Kameron Wilson  Hueytown TE6-7 225Sr.  


 2018 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Zack Alford  Goshen WR5-9 165Sr.  
  David Arrington IV  Lee Montgomery DB6-0 160Sr.  
  Devin Bell  Goshen DL6-5 225Sr.  
  Ian Blake  West Blocton OL6-4 320Sr.  
  Eric Cameron-Garror  McGill-Toolen DB5-10 175Sr.  
  Lawson Darden  Bibb County OL6-4 295Sr.  
  Cole Deeds  Fairhope P/K6-2 175Sr.  
  Isiah Forte  Carver Montgomery DL6-3 290Sr.  
  Tyrone Hall  Theodore DB6-1 185Sr.  
  Davede Harren  Benjamin Russell RB5-10 190Sr.  
  Cameron Hatcher-Owens  Davidson LB6-1 200Sr.  
  Jamall Hickbottom  Williamson LB6-3 225Sr.  
  Bryan Hill  McGill-Toolen RB5-10 175Sr.  
  Randale Hinton  Saraland DB6-0 175Sr.  
  Tyler Jernigan  Baldwin County OL6-3 270Sr.  
  Kaniaus Johnson  Lee Montgomery WR5-8 170Sr.  
  Shamar Lewis  Sweet Water LB5-11 178Sr.  
  Swift Lyle  St. Pauls QB6-3 190Sr.  
  Timothy McClendon  Carroll LB6-0 200Sr.  
  Roger MCreary  Williamson ATH6-0 183Sr.  
  DeAnthony Miles  Central Phenix City LB6-2 225Sr.  
  Tyler Moore  Central Phenix City DL6-1 250Sr.  
  Garrett Morris  Auburn RB6-1 210Sr.  
  Jamias Presley  Opelika DB5-11 170Sr.  
  Trajan Pugh  Blount RB5-9 180Sr.  
  Jamari Reeves  Greene County OL6-3 280Sr.  
  Ty Reynolds  Daphne LB5-9 205Sr.  
  Noah Shattuck  Enterprise OL6-6 300Sr.  
  Brock Snyder  Goshen QB6-4 175Sr.  
  Corson Swan  Spanish Fort TE6-3 205Sr.  
  Cam Taylor  Park Crossing ATH6-0 205Sr.  
  Alfred Thomas  Sidney Lanier DL6-3 267Sr.  
  Tavien White  Wetumpka OL5-9 285Sr.  
  Justin Whitlow  Opelika OL6-2 315Sr.  
  Tyreik Williams  Davidson DL5-11 260Sr.  
  Collins Woods III  Blount WR6-3 190Sr.  
  Rashad Yelding  Daphne DL6-2 245Sr.  



Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Clay County shutout an amazing eleven opponents in 1996. The Panthers outscored their opponents 613-42 finishing the season 15-0.