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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.
In 1984 the games was moved to Montgomery but continued to be sponsored by the AHSAA.


 2014 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  John Adcock  Woodland P6-0 175Sr.  
  Blake Bean  Oneonta DL6-3 250Sr.  
  Chris Briskey  Clay Central LB5-9 160Sr.  
  Jermarcus Brown  Pickens County DB5-10 175Sr.  
  Jaleel Burton  Walter Wellborn DL5-11 275Sr.  
  Colton Clay  Southside Gadsden LB5-11 215Sr.  
  Dantley Coker  Southside Gadsden RB6-0 225Sr.  
  Allen Cooks  Tuscaloosa County WR5-5 140Sr.  
  Josh DavisĀ   Clay-Chalkville OL6-0 298Sr.  
  Marshall Eads  Tuscaloosa County OL6-4 280Sr.  
  DeShun Freeman  Tanner DB5-10 160Sr.  
  Chantz Goodman  Walter Wellborn RB5-7 165Sr.  
  John David Henderson  Arab LB5-9 150Sr.  
  Exavyer Jackson  Piedmont DL5-9 265Sr.  
  Kevin Jackson Jr.  Hazel Green DL6-3 335Sr.  
  Asa Javert-Ifill  Sparkman OL6-3 296Sr.  
  Danny Johnson  J.O. Johnson DB6-2 185Sr.  
  DeVon Johnson  J.O. Johnson WR6-0 175Sr.  
  Jordan Johnson  Vestavia Hills RB5-9 178Sr.  
  Tyler Johnson  Glencoe OL6-6 320Sr.  
  Garrison Latta  Oneonta WR/TE6-2 210Sr.  
  KaDarrius Lawrence  Fultondale OL6-0 300Sr.  
  Bryan Lowman  Hazel Green LB5-10 215Sr.  
  Brody Meeks  Lynn Ath5-11 185Sr.  
  Waid Miller  Hartselle LB6-1 239Sr.  
  Lane Moss  Gordo QB6-3 220Sr.  
  Ethan Pope  Fultondale OL6-2 275Sr.  
  Joe Robinson  Aliceville WR6-5 200Sr.  
  Jabari Rogers  Leeds DB5-8 160Sr.  
  Baltazar Rubio  Tanner DL6-1 277Sr.  
  Tyler Short  Oneonta K6-0 152Sr.  
  Devonte Simon  Pickens County QB5-10 175Sr.  
  Collier Smith  Briarwood LB6-3 230Sr.  
  Denard Spears  Piedmont WR5-10 160Sr.  
  Dalynn Stover  Albertville OL5-10 260Sr.  
  Orlando Swann  Homewood DB5-11 170Sr.  
  Taylor Ziak  Madison Academy LB5-11 225Sr.  


 2014 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Austin Adams  Elmore County DB6-0 170Sr.  
  Volantai Adams  Foley WR6-1 195Sr.  
  Earnest Andrews  Fairhope RB6-1 175Sr.  
  John Baxter  Fairhope K6-2 205Sr.  
  Hollis Bright  Demopolis DL5-11 315Sr.  
  Kameron Coleman  T.R. Miller RB/LB5-10 190Sr.  
  Charlie Crenshaw  Wetumpka WR5-9 171Sr.  
  Roderick Davis  Demopolis RB6-0 180Sr.  
  Demarcus Gamble  Sweet Water DL6-0 240Sr.  
  John David Hart  Auburn OL6-0 260Sr.  
  Christian Hollinghead  UMS-Wright OL6-1 225Sr.  
  Bryant Horn  Benjamin Russell QB/DB6-2 185Sr.  
  Tyler Jackson  Davidson OL6-3 257Sr.  
  Keyshaun Johnson  Baker DL6-0 250Sr.  
  Montel Lee  Andalusia LB5-10 235Sr.  
  Tanner Lee  Daphne DB5-8 175Sr.  
  Livings  Straughn OL6-1 295Sr.  
  Michael McCalman  Andalusia Ath.5-9 165Sr.  
  Damian Mitchell  Maplesville WR5-7 160Sr.  
  Anfernee Moffett  Smiths Station LB6-0 225Sr.  
  Brad Murray  St. James DL5-11 275Sr.  
  Peyton Pearson  Demopolis LB5-11 195Sr.  
  Hamilton Philips  UMS-Wright LB5-11 196Sr.  
  Daniel Phillips  Trinity Presbyterian OL6-2 185Sr.  
  Hunter Reese  Wetumpka LB6-3 192Sr.  
  Jestaro Reynolds  Northview WR6-2 200Sr.  
  Alfred Rivers  Tallassee DB5-8 170Sr.  
  Randy Satterfield  Jemison DB6-3 181Sr.  
  Brannon Schaffer  Saraland DL6-2 245Sr.  
  Devin Scott  Straughn RB5-11 185Sr.  
  Jack Stansell  Dothan TE6-3 215Sr.  
  Ryan Tarver  Saraland OL6-2 265Sr.  
  CJ Tolbert  Dadeville QB5-9 175Sr.  
  Dalton Watson  Straughn OL6-3 270Sr.  
  Anthony Williams  Northview DB6-0 185Sr.  
  Tyrell Williams  B.T. Washington DL6-1 275Sr.  
  Justin Woolfolk  Montgomery Academy DB5-9 175Sr.  



Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

The Morgan Academy Senators have appeared in 14 state championship games from 1984-2008, winning the title 11 times.