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Alabama Squad Named For 2014 Ala-Miss Football Game

   MONTGOMERY, AL. – Twenty-two players already committed to Division I-A schools have been selected to the 40-player Alabama All-Star Team that will face Mississippi in the 28th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Football Game Dec. 13 at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl.

     The roster, comprised of current high school seniors, was announced Tuesday by Alvin Briggs,  Director of the Alabama High School Athletic Directors & Coaches Association.  The annual contest, an event of the AHSADCA and the Alabama High School Athletic Association, will be played for the fourth straight year in Montgomery.
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labama’s All-Stars extended their winning streak to six games last December with a 21-17 win over Mississippi in the 27th  all-star game. The hosts have won all three games played at Cramton Bowl since 2011 and own a 20-7 record in the series which dates back to 1988. This year’s head coach is Central-Phenix City’s Jamey DuBose.
      The last loss came in December of 2007 when Mississippi won 26-7. That was the only year that two games were played. Alabama won 51-14 in the game in June of 2007 – still the most points by any team in the series.
     Among the players selected to the Alabama squad are four running backs already verbally committed.  Kerryon Johnson of Madison Academy is committed to Auburn, DeSherrius Flowers of Vigor to Alabama, Nick Gibson of Pinson Valley to Mississippi State, and Terrelle West of Clay-Chalkville to Middle Tennessee.
    Other Auburn verbal commitments on the roster include offensive lineman Tyler Carr of Southside-Gadsden, tight end Jalen Harris of St. James and linebackers Richard McBryde of Charles Henderson and Darrell Williams of Hoover. 
    Other verbal commitments to Alabama are offensive linemen Brandon Kennedy of Wetumpka and Lester Cotton of Central-Tuscaloosa, defensive lineman Anfernee Jennings of Dadeville, linebackers Christian Bell of Hoover and Keaton Anderson of Florence.
     Foley’s Tyler Cameron and Mountain Brook’s Jacob Carroll were selected as the quarterbacks.  Both are currently uncommitted.
     “The selection committee has once again put together an outstanding group of players,” Briggs said.  “Several have already committed to SEC schools and several still uncommitted will likely wind up in the SEC next year. We know Mississippi’s team will be talented. We are expecting another outstanding game in the long-running series.”
    Almost half of the Alabama squad (18) is still currently uncommitted.
    The 40-man roster and coaching staff:

 

 

2014 ALABAMA FOOTBALL ALL-STAR TEAM

 

Pos.

First Name

Last Name

School

HT.

WT.

Coach

QB

Tyler

Cameron

Foley

6'4

218

Todd Watson

QB

Jacob

Carroll

Mountain Brook

6'2

190

Chris Yeager

RB

Kerryon

Johnson

Madison Academy

6'1

200

Eric Cohu

RB

Nick

Gibson

Pinson Valley

6'

200

Matt Glover

RB

Terelle

West

Clay-Chalkville

5'9

185

Jerry Hood

RB

DeSherrius

Flowers

Vigor

6'2

210

Ashley Johnson

WR

Tredarian

Gamble

Oxford

6'1

205

Ryan Herring

WR

Kristian

Cotton

Spanish Fort

5'9

165

Mark Freeman

WR

Justin

Johnson

Hoover

6'3

225

Josh Niblett

WR

Traveon

Samuel

Central-PC

5'10

180

Jamey DuBose

WR

Keith

Mixon

Shades Valley

5'9

180

Bill Smith

OL

Chris

White

Daphne

6'2

320

Glenn Vickery

OL

Brandon

Kennedy

Wetumpka

6'4

305

Tim Perry

OL

Lester

Cotton

Central-Tuscaloosa

6'4

317

Dennis Conner

OL

Darryl

Williams

Bessemer City

6'3

305

Martez Edwards

OL

Tyler

Carr

Southside-Gadsden

6'5

320

Ron Daughtery

OL

Logan

Stenberg

James Clemens

6'6

315

Wade Waldrop

OL

Troy

Thingstad

Saint Paul's

6'6

275

Steve Mask

OL

Ryan

Parris

James Clemens

6'

225

Wade Waldrop

TE

Jalen

Harris

Saint James

6'5

245

Jimmy Perry

K/P

Rhett

Morrison

Muscle Shoals

6'3

180

Scott Basden

A

DeAnthony

Holcombe

Washington County

6'

185

Chris Wilson

DL

Daron

Payne

Shades Valley

6'6

325

Bill Smith

DL

Jared

Gentry

Opelika

6'3

320

Brian Blackmon

DL

Quandeski

Whitlow

Opelika

6'4

225

Brian Blackmon

DL

Anfernee

Jennings

Dadeville

6'3

265

Richard White

DL

Mario

Osborne

Daphne

6'3

260

Glenn Vickery

ILB

Amonte

Caban

Smiths Station

6'1

220

Jason Dukes

ILB

Jalen

Henry

Foley

6'

223

Todd Watson

ILB

Richard

McBryde

Charles Henderson

6'2

210

Brad McCoy

OLB

Christian

Bell

Hoover

6'4

220

Josh Niblett

OLB

Darrell

Williams

Hoover

6'3

230

Josh Niblett

OLB

Keaton

Anderson

Florence

6'1

215

Jason Wallace

OLB

Justin

Foster

Donoho

6'4

240

Shannon Felder

DB

Michael

Jackson

Spain Park

6'

194

Shawn Raney

DB

Jalen

Thompson

Saint Paul's

6'

170

Steve Mask

DB

KeVontae (Tae)

Hayes

Decatur

5'10

215

Jere Adcock

DB

JarMarkus

Sims

Dothan

6'2

210

Kelvis White

DB

Darius (Dee)

Smith

Florence

6'2

194

Jason Wallace

DB

Maurice

Smitherman

Minor

5'10

180

George Bates

Head Coach

Jamey Dubose

Central-Phenix City

Assistant Coaches

Tim Carter

Auburn

Shawn Raney

Spain Park

Chris Wilson

Washington County

Patrick Plott

Greenville

Keith Etheredge

Leeds

Scott Basden

Muscle Shoals

L.C. Cole

Central-Phenix City (scout coach)




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