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Alabama High School Football All State Team


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2007  Alabama Sports Writers Association  4A  All-State Team


The following players were selected for the 2007 4A All-State football team. First team players are listed by position, name, school, height, weight and class. Honorable mention selections are listed by name, school and class.

Alabama Sports Writers Association  *  First Team Offense 
 Player   Team   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt. 
 Jeremy Williams Central Tuscaloosa QB  Sr.6-0 200
 Dominique King Deshler RB  Sr.5-8 155
 DeMario Pippen Central Tuscaloosa RB  Sr.5-10 195
 Michael Berry Andalusia RB  Sr.6-0 200
 Marsellous Wilder Central Tuscaloosa WR/TE  Sr.6-3 190
 Tana Patrick North Jackson WR/TE  Jr.6-3 224
 Tysean Thompson Thomasville WR/TE  Sr.5-10 155
 Mike McArthur Madison County OL  Sr.6-3 295
 Labarron Bender East Limestone OL  Sr.6-2 270
 Lederryus Benson Andalusia OL  Sr.6-2 310
 Blake Rogers North Jackson OL  Sr.5-11 210
 Justin Byers St. Clair County OL  Jr.6-3 285
 Jesus Garcia Saks PK  Jr.5-10 180
  
Alabama Sports Writers Association  *  First Team Defense 
 Player   Team   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt. 
 Jonathan Edwards Central Tuscaloosa DB  Jr.5-10 180
 Kenyatta Abernathy Deshler DB  Jr.6-3 195
 Alex Buford Thomasville DB  Jr.6-0 170
 Ty Shrader North Jackson DB  Sr.5-11 175
 Nico Johnson Andalusia LB  Jr.6-2 214
 Robert Thomas Madison County LB  Sr.6-1 222
 Katrell Waters Thomasville LB  Sr.6-1 225
 Jarrell Watters Thomasville LB  Sr.6-1 225
 Jarrod Jefferson Escambia County DL  Sr.6-3 240
 Jamar Travis W.S. Neal DL  Jr.6-1 295
 Penton Shook Trinity DL  Sr.5-11 190
 Terrell Holcey Beauregard DL  Sr.6-3 215
 Zach Smith Fairview P  Sr.6-1 190
  
Alabama Sports Writers Association  *  Athletes 
 Player   Team   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt. 
 Trett Hardman Fairview ATH  So.6-2 200
 Jonas Randolph Daleville ATH  Sr.5-9 185
  
Alabama Sports Writers Association  *  Coach of the Year 
 Coach   Team 
 Melvin Pete Central Tuscaloosa   
  
Alabama Sports Writers Association  *  Honorable Mention Team 
 Player   Team   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt. 
 Whit Mitchell Trinity QB  Sr.
 Ron Gary North Jackson RB  Jr.
 Roya Campbell Thomasville RB  Sr.
 Kevin Rowe Southside Selma RB  Sr.
 Cameron Cross Madison County RB  Sr.
 Nathan Weldon Fairview WR/TE  So.6-2 200
 Malcolm Rudolph Hillcrest Evergreen WR/TE  Jr.
 Wilson Van Hooser Trinity WR/TE  Jr.
 Lester Jackson Central Tuscaloosa OL  Jr.
 Fred Samuel T.R. Miller OL  Sr.
 Jacob Appleby East Limestone PK  Sr.
 Cody Sprinkle Escambia County DB  Jr.
 Albert Wilson Opp DB  Sr.
 Brooks Blackmon Trinity DB  Sr.
 Caleb Crane Cherokee County LB  So.
 Brannon Bryan Andalusia LB  Sr.
 Akeem Green W.S. Neal LB  Sr.
 Darrin Nalls Fayette County LB  Sr.
 Frankie Crabtree North Jackson LB  Sr.
 Jose Mills Deshler LB  Jr.
 Mytez Madden Saks LB  Jr.
 Trent Ross Central Tuscaloosa DL  Jr.
 Gabriel Mass Jackson DL  Jr.
 Chris Holland Deshler DL  Jr.
 Thomas Rollings Guntersville P  Sr.
 Marcus Corbin Brooks ATH  Sr.
 Trevor Diamond Guntersville ATH  Sr.
 Derrick Cade Central Tuscaloosa ATH  Sr.
 Coty Blanchard Cherokee County ATH  So.
 Chad Dewitt East Limestone ATH  Sr.
 Andre Berry Tarrant ATH  Sr.
 Kyle Mitchell Brooks ATH  Sr.


Some records may be incomplete. We have chosen to publish this information in hopes our visitors will participate in assisting us to complete every school.
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BAH  - Birmingham Age-Herald
BNAH  - Birmingham News Age-Herald
MAJ  - Montgomery Advertiser-Journal
BN  - Birmingham News
BPH  - Birmingham Post-Herald
MA  - Montgomery Advertiser
ASWA  - Alabama Sports Writers Association
ACSA  -  Alabama Christian School Association




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