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2012 Reports

     Alabama Squad Named For 2012 Ala-Miss Football Game


        MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Jeremy Johnson of Carver-Montgomery and Nick Mullens of Spain Park have been selected as the quarterbacks for the 40-player Alabama All-Star Team that will face Mississippi in the 26th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Football Game Dec. 15.

        The squad, comprised of current high school seniors, was announced Tuesday by Alvin Briggs,  Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association (AHSADCA).

        The annual contest, an event of the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) and the AHSADCA, will be played for the second straight year at Montgomery's Cramton Bowl. Kickoff for the afternoon contest has not been set. Alabama holds an 18-7 edge in the series played at Mobile's Ladd-Peebles Stadium from 1988-2010. Alabama won last year's game 31-12 with current University of Alabama freshman running back T.J. Yeldon earning MVP honors for Alabama.  Alabama has won the last four in a row.

        The head coach for the Alabama All-Stars is Mountain Brook's Chris Yeager. 

        The  6-foot-6 Johnson, an early Auburn commitment, has led the Wolverines to a 5-1 record this season while completing 88-of-133 passes for 1,600 yards and 19 touchdowns. He's thrown only four interceptions and has a completion rate of 66.2 percent. A strong runner who has good speed, Johnson has rushed for 447 yards and four touchdowns and is averaging 10.4 yards per carry. He is fast emerging as one of the top quarterback prospects in the nation in the Class of 2013.

        Mullens, who is averaging well over 200 yards passing per game this season, passed for 2,877 yards and 22 touchdowns last season. He's on a pace to go over 3,000 yards this year. Still undecided, the 6-2 quarterback is being recruited by several Division I schools from the Sun Belt Conference and Conference USA.

        "Once again I think the selection committee has chosen an outstanding group of players," said Briggs. Several have already committed to Auburn and Alabama as well as Florida State, Texas A&M, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State and Nebraska.

        Running backs selected are Foley's Cedrix Reed, Clark Quisenberry of Enterprise, Joshua Walker of Austin and Johnathan Ford of New Hope. Ford, a Vanderbilt commitment, has rushed for over 1,000 yards this season.

        Alabama's squad features at least 20 players who have already announced college choices, including six to the Auburn University and three to the University of Alabama. Verbal commits for the Tigers include highly touted linebacker Reuben Foster of Auburn High School, defensive lineman Dee Liner of Muscle Shoals, wide receivers Earnest Robinson of Pinson Valley and Jason Smith of McGill-Toolen, defensive back Kamryn Melton of Dothan and Johnson.

        Crimson Tide commitments include defensive back/athlete ArDarius Stewart of Fultondale, defensive lineman Darius Paige of Foley and offensive lineman Grant Hill of Huntsville.

        Florida State commitments selected include defensive back Marquez White of Northview and Prattville offensive lineman Austin Golson. Wide receiver Cameron Echols-Luper of Auburn has already committed to Texas A&M, Oxford defensive lineman Trent Simpson to Mississippi State, linebackers Finesse Middleton of Gadsden City and Rashawn Smith of Florence to Ole Miss, and defensive back Jonathan Cook of Spanish Fort has announced plans to sign with Nebraska.

        Half the squad (20) is still currently uncommitted.


        The 40-man roster and coaching staff for
the 2012 All-Star Game:

Alabama 2012 All-Star Football Roster

Pos. First Last School Coach HT. WT.
QB Jeremy Johnson Carver-Montgomery Billy Gresham 6-6 220
QB Nick Mullens Spain Park Chip Lindsey 6-2 185
RB Cedrix Reed Foley Todd Watson 5-10 185
RB Clark Quisenberry Enterprise David Faulkner 6-3 190
RB Joshua Walker Austin Jeremy Perkins 5-11 200
RB Johnathan Ford New Hope Randall Taylor 6-0 191
TE Alontai Adams Foley Todd Watson 6-3 201
WR Jarren Johnson Jackson Danny Powell 5-11 190
WR Earnest Robinson Pinson Valley Matt Glover 6-2 205
WR Cameron Echols-Luper Auburn Tim Carter 6-0 190
WR Jason Smith McGill-Toolen Bart Sessions 6-2 175
OL Forrest Garner Baldwin County Bobby Moore 6-2 265
OL Wilson Bell Blount Mark Hurt 6-4 295
OL Cameron Fraser Central-Phenix City Woodrow Lowe, Sr. 6-0 287
OL Austin Golson Prattville Chad Anderson 6-6 290
OL Jess Cooper Tuscaloosa Co. Lee Gibson 6-3 290
OL Grant Hill Huntsville Scott Sharp 6-6 290
OL Zachary Sims Homewood Doug Goodwin 6-2 286
OL Jonathan Raudales Enterprise David Faulkner 6-2 280
P/K Thomas Hamlin McGill-Toolen Bart Sessions 6-2 176
Ath Anthony Johnson Maplesville Brent Hubbert 6-5 205
DL Rodney Edwards Gadsden City Joe Billingsley 6-3 265
DL Darius Paige Foley Todd Watson 6-4 310
DL Rod  Crayton Dadeville Richard White 6-1 310
DL Trent Simpson Oxford John Grass 6-4 245
DL Dee Liner Muscle Shoals Scott Basden 6-4 285
LB Derek King  Central-Phenix City Woodrow Lowe, Sr. 6-0 295
LB Finesse Middleton Gadsden City Joe Billingsley 6-2 240
LB Reuben Foster Auburn Tim Carter 6-2 249
LB Brandon Fuller Clay-Chalkville Jerry Hood 6-0 215
LB Rashawn Smith Florence Jamey DuBose 6-3 215
LB John Patrick Sherling Fairhope Adam Winegarden 6-0 215
DB Alfred Jenkins Daphne Glenn Vickery 6-1 210
DB Marquez White Northview LaBrian Stewart 6-1 175
DB Shaun Rupert Carver-Montgomery Billy Gresham 6-1 200
DB Kamryn Melton Dothan Kelvis White 5-11 175
DB ArDarius Stewart Fultondale Keith Register 6-1 195
DB Jonathan  Cook Spanish Fort Mark Freeman 6-0 180
DB Nate Andrews Fairhope Adam Winegarden 6-1 190
DB Devon Earl Hoover Josh Niblett 5-11 190


Coaching staff:
Chris Yeager, Mountain Brook (head coach); Scott Rials, Elba; Mike Battles, Sr., Handley; Woodrow Lowe, Sr., Central-Phenix City; Rusty Funk, Marion County; Todd Watson, Foley; David Faulkner, Enterprise; Marty Rozell, Mountain Brook (Alabama scout coach).

 

 

 /  ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
Ron Ingram / Director of Communications / 334-263-6994

 








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