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Alabama High School Football All State Team


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1955  Birmingham News  2A  All-State Team


The following players were selected for the 1955 2A 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.

Birmingham News  *  First Team Offense 
 Player   Team   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt. 
 Bobby Lauder Foley B  Sr.
 Don Fuell Guntersville B  
 Harold Davenport Thompson B  
 Marlin Dyess Elba B  Sr.
 Buddy Woods Guntersville E  
 Winford Barnes Hamilton E  Sr.
 Jimmy Norred Talladega T  Sr.
 Burns Saint Russellville G  
 Douglas Flowers Greenville T  
 Paul Hamrick Haleyville C  Sr.
 Ray Marsh Mortimer Jordan G  
  
Birmingham News  *  Second Team 
 Player   Team   Position   Class   Ht.   Wt. 
 Jack Cochran Cherokee B  
 Eugene Gann Hamilton B  Jr.
 Bobby Wasden Greenville B  Sr.
 Billy Jordan Handley B  
 Billy Shores Elmore County E  
 Lee Compton Greensboro E  Sr.
 Joel Chambers Lawrence County G  Sr.
 John Watwood Childersburg T  
 Ed Avery Bibb County C  
 G.W. Clapp Hanceville T  Jr.
 Thomas Moseley Guntersville G  


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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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