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

2007 Alabama vs. Mississippi All Star Game

 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   Class   College 
 Alfred McCullough  Athens DL6-4 290Sr.5A  Alabama
 Brandon Gibson  UMS-Wright WR6-2 190Sr.5A  Alabama
 Caleb Thomas  Decatur OL6-2 175Sr.1A  UAB
 Cameron ONeal  Citronelle DB5-10 195Sr.5A  
 Carlos Jones  Athens DL6-2 250Sr.5A  
 Charles McClain  Oxford WR5-8 155Sr.6A  
 Chavis Williams  Dora DE6-5 220Sr.4A  Alabama
 Damario Ambrose  Davidson DE6-4 240Sr.6A  
 DeMarcus Covington  John Carroll DB6-2 190Sr.5A  Samford
 Eltoro Freeman  Benjamin Russell LB6-1 200Sr.5A  Auburn
 Graham Sutter  St. James K5-8 155Sr.4A  
 Jacques Pride  Athens DB5-10 170Sr.5A  
 Jamie Hampton  Cedar Bluff QB6-3 190Sr.1A  Troy
 Jared Cooper  W.S. Neal OL6-4 295Sr.4A  Auburn
 Jerrel Jernigan  Eufaula WR5-10 175Sr.5A  Troy
 Joseph Wilson  Opelika RB5-10 200Sr.6A  
 Josh Chapman  Hoover DL6-1 280Sr.6A  Alabama
 Josh Lewis  Tuscaloosa County DE6-4 225Sr.6A  
 Justin Diliberto  Spain Park WR5-8 160Sr.6A  
 Kenneth Dorsey  Homewood LB6-0 240Sr.6A  Louisiana Monroe
 Larry Smith  Prattville QB6-3 195Sr.6A  Vanderbilt
 Nick Fairley  Williamson OL6-4 258Sr.5A  Auburn
 Patrick Crump  Hoover OL6-4 285Sr.6A  
 Quintine Thomas  Pike County LB Sr.3A  
 Ralph Spry  Auburn WR5-11 165Sr.6A  
 Ricardo Bates  Prattville DB5-11 175Sr.6A  
 Rodney Hudson  B.C. Rain OL6-3 295Sr.5A  Florida State
 Rolando McClain  Decatur LB6-4 250Sr.5A  Alabama
 Ryan Williams  B.C. Rain DB5-11 182Sr.5A  
 Stanley Jones  Houston Academy RB6-1 180Sr.2A  Troy
 Taz Tillery  Russellville OL6-2 280Sr.5A  
 Terrance Thomas  Eufaula LB6-1 211Sr.5A  
 Terrell Edwards  UMS-Wright RB6-1 210Sr.5A  Marshall
 William Albert  Prattville DB5-9 165Sr.6A  
 Zach Smith  Susan Moore DB6-1 185Sr.3A  Mississippi State

Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Collinsville completed the 1931 season with a record of 1-4-5. The five ties will forever be a state record since all games are now decided by overtime.