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Alabama Squad Named For 2013 All-Star Game;

 

Goes For 6th Straight Win Over Mississippi In Montgomery Dec. 14

        Cornerback Marlon Humphrey of Hoover High School, a state track record holder and one of the nation's top football recruits, headlines the selections for the 2013 Alabama High School All-Star Football team slated to take on Mississippi in the 27th annual Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game Dec. 14.  
       The squad, comprised of current high school seniors, was announced Sunday 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 third straight year at Montgomery’s Cramton Bowl. The afternoon game will be televised live by AHSAA TV partner Raycom over stations in Alabama and Mississippi. Montgomery affiliate WSFA TV 12 is the Raycom’s anchor station for the annual event.
        Alabama holds a 19-7 edge in the series, which was played at Mobile’s Ladd-Peebles Stadium from 1988-2010. Last year’s 21-16 win was the fifth straight for Alabama. Place-kicker Thomas Hamlin of McGill-Toolen booted three field goals, including an All-Star Game record 51-yarder, and wide receiver Jason Smith, also from McGill-Toolen, was named Alabama MVP.
        The head coach for the Alabama All-Stars this year is Central-Phenix City Coach Woodrow Lowe. The former University of Alabama All-America linebacker is in his fourth season as head coach for the Red Devils and has a 52-42 career record. A member of the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame he has also coached at the college and NFL levels.
        Humphrey ran the fastest high school 110-meter hurdle time in America last summer – winning the Silver Medal with a 13.24 time in the IAAF World Youth Games in Donetsk, Ukraine to finish behind Jamaican Jaheel Hyde, who missed the world record by .01 seconds. Humphrey set AHSAA indoor track records in the 60-meter dash (6.89 seconds), 60-meter hurdles (7.80) and 400-meter dash (48.11) last winter and set outdoor state meet records last May in the 110-meter high hurdles (13.53), the 300-meter intermediate hurdles (36.33) and just missed a state record in winning the 400-meter dash.
        Humphrey, the son of former University of Alabama and Denver Broncos running back Bobby Humphrey, is rated one of top three cornerback prospects in the nation. Still uncommitted, he is one of several outstanding prospects on the Alabama All-Star roster. Auburn already has commitments from several all-stars, including Prattville running back Kamryn Pettway, Oxford running back Racean “Rock” Thomas, linebacker Tre Williams of St. Paul’s Episcopal and defensive lineman Justin Thornton of Auburn.
        Alabama commitments chosen to the squad include defensive backs Ronnie Clark of Calera, Stephen Roberts of Opelika and linebacker Keith Holcombe of Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa. 
        Linebacker Gavin Bryant of Jackson has committed to Tennessee, quarterback/athlete Kendrick Doss and offensive lineman Cole Hardin of Florence are heading to Ole Miss and Vanderbilt, respectively. Clay-Chalkville quarterback Hayden Moore has committed to Cincinnati and UMS-Wright quarterback Gunner Coach has committed to Southern Miss. Demetrius Kemp, a Demopolis wide receiver, is also committed to Southern Miss and Pelham defensive lineman Braxton Hoyett to Mississippi State. Murphy defensive lineman Taylor Stallworth has already committed to South Carolina.  
        Twenty-two members of the squad are still currently uncommitted.

        The complete 40-man roster and coaching staff are listed below.

 

2013 Alabama All-Star Team

Pos.

Name

 

School

HT.

WT.

Coach

DB

Jakoby

Aldridge

Sweet Water

5'6

165

Stacy Luker

TE

DeMarcus

Bingham

Foley

6'3

210

Todd Watson

OL

Nicholas

Bodden

Hoover

6'1

260

Josh Niblett

ILB

Gavin

Bryant

Jackson

6'2

225

Danny Powell

DB

Malcolm

Buggs

Opelika

5'11

190

Brian Blackmon

DB

Christian

Campbell

Central-Phenix City

6'1

185

Woodrow Lowe

WR

Landy

Capetillo

Carver-Mont.

6'1

190

Billy Gresham

OL

Josh

Casher

Saint Paul's

6'2

300

Steve Mask

DB

Ronnie

Clark

Calera

6'3

218

Wiley McKeller

OL

Chris

Cooper

Dothan

6'3

315

Kelvis White

A

Kendrick

Doss

Florence

6'2

218

Jamey DuBose

OLB

Rashaan

Evans

Auburn

6'2

217

Tim Carter

WR

Marquise

Fulton

Opelika

6'3

205

Brian Blackmon

ILB

Shaun

Hamilton

Carver-Mont.

6'1

235

Billy Gresham

OLB

Dylan

Haraway

Bob Jones

5'11

194

Kevin Rose

OL

Cole

Hardin

Florence

6'4

295

Jamey DuBose

DL

Jalen

Harvey

Clay-Chalkville

6'3

300

Jerry Hood

OLB

Keith

Holcombe

Hillcrest-Tusc.

6'3

215

Scott Martin

RB

Terrance

Hollingsworth

Berry

5'9

210

Danny Raines

OLB

Nick

Holman

Bob Jones

6'2

230

Kevin Rose

DL

Braxton

Hoyett

Pelham

6'3

290

Brett Burnett

DB

Marlon

Humphrey

Hoover

6'1

185

Josh Niblett

OL

Daniel

Keith

Florence

6'4

280

Jamey DuBose

WR

Demetrius

Kemp

Demopolis

6'

196

Tom Causey

WR

Kameron

Maye

Murphy

5'10

180

Ronn Lee

QB

Hayden

Moore

Clay-Chalkville

6'3

190

Jerry Hood

RB

Kamryn

Pettway

Prattville

6'1

227

Chad Anderson

QB

Gunner

Roach

UMS-Wright

6'2

202

Terry Curtis

DB

Stephen

Roberts

Opelika

6'

175

Brian Blackmon

K/P

James

Sherman

Mont.-Catholic

5'11

190

Gregg Baker

OL

Jordan

Sims

Homewood

6'4

330

Doug Goodwin

RB

Romarius

Smith

McGill-Toolen

5'11

190

Bart Sessions

DL

Taylor

Stallworth

Murphy

6'2

290

Ronn Lee

DL

Cory

Thomas

McAdory

6'6

275

David Powell

RB

Racean

Thomas

Oxford

6'1

205

Ryan Herring

DL

Justin

Thornton

Vigor

6'5

220

Ashley Johnson

ILB

Tre

Williams

Saint Paul's

6'3

230

Steve Mask

OL

Christian

Williams

Wetumpka

6'

305

Tim Perry

OL

Ladarius

Wimbush

Dothan

6'3

260

Kelvis White

WR

Wil

Young

McGill-Toolen

6'4

195

Bart Sessions


Head Coach:
Woodrow Lowe, Central-Phenix City
Assistant Coaches: Laron White, Tanner; Eric Cohu, Madison Academy; Brian Blackmon, Opelika; Mark Freeman, Spanish Fort; Jamey DuBose, Florence; Bart Sessions, McGill-Toolen.

     

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