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Alabama All-Star roster announced for 2013 Alabama-Mississippi Football All-Star Game

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).
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. He has also coached at the college and NFL level. Lowe is a member of the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame.

        Humphrey ran the fastest high school 110-meter hurdle in America last summer – winning the Silver Medal with a 13.24 time in 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, who is 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 for the 2012 All-Star Game is listed below.
 
Alabama 2013 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

Alabama All-Star Coaching Staff
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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