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THSCA All-Star Football Lineup Announced

The Texas High School Coaches Association proudly announces the rosters of the THSCA Football All Stars who will be competing in the annual All-Star game in conjunction with the THSCA Coaching School in Fort Worth, July 29-August 1, 2007.  The football game will be played on July 31 at the Amon Carter Stadium on the TCU Campus.  Game time is slated for 7:30 pm.  The South team will be coached by Weldon Nelms of Wimberley High School, and the North will be coached by Kent Jackson of Sweetwater High School.


NORTH FOOTBALL
Detron Lewis - A&M Consolidated HS
Michael Wilcoxon - Aledo HS
Cody Gambill - Allen HS
Lonnie Edwards - Brownsboro HS
Eran Eike - Bryan HS
Chris Francis - Cedar Hill HS
Dru Prosser - Celina HS
Kallan Burns - Childress HS
Jacob West - Cisco HS
Ryan Thornton - Conroe HS
Logan Brock - Copperas Cove HS
Courtney Green - Corsicana HS
Terrance Ganaway - Dekalb HS
Stanley Morrison - Denison HS
Nathan Uland - Denton Ryan HS
Greg Gilbert - Electra HS
Malcolm Williams - Garland HS
Chance McCoy - Graham HS
Kendale Mayberry - Itasca HS
Will Middlebrooks - Liberty-Eylau HS
Stephen Viljoen - Littlefield HS
Sherman Rosborough - Longview HS
AJ Penson - Lufkin HS
Jeff Olson - McKinney North HS
Flowers Lane - Midland Greenwood HS
Antowoine Smith - North Lamar HS
Brady Fletcher - Perryton HS
Keenan Robinson - Plano East HS
JJ Johnson - Plano West HS
Aaron Marshall - Rains HS
David Browne - Roscoe HS
Tray Allen - South Grand Prairie HS
Logan Turner - Springtown HS
Joshua Fitchett - Sterling City HS
Joseph Banyard - Sweetwater HS
Antonio Johnson - Waco HS
Justin Putnam - Westwood HS
Brad Green - Windthorst HS

SOUTH FOOTBALL
Sam Dibrell - Alamo Heights HS
Julian Willis - Alto HS
Brandon Williams - Beaumont Central HS
Jaren Shears - Beeville Jones HS
Lazaro Perez - Bishop HS
Brandon Collins - Brenham HS
Ian Harris - Churchill HS
Tyrell Higgins - Clemens HS
Jeff Welch - Cypress Falls HS
Derrick Wilson - East Bernard HS
Dezmon Johnson - Grapeland HS
Justin Bell - Hamilton HS
Zach Lambert - Hays HS
Chris Tate - Hempstead HS
Jeremy Kerley - Hutto HS
Casey Giles - Iola HS
Leonard Dynes - LaMarque HS
Brent Bode - Liberty Hill HS
Marc Kinney - MacArthur HS (San Antonio)
Tyrone Sonier - Marshall HS (Ft. Bend)
Landon Summers - Mart HS
Carlos Salas - McAllen HS
Bradley Stephens - McAllen Memorial HS
Evan Woody - McCallum HS
James Hicks - Montgomery HS
Carlo Dominguez - Raymondville HS
Adam Arthur - Reagan HS (San Antonio)
Travis Lewis - Robert E. Lee HS
Lennon Creer - Tatum HS
Sean Warren - Texas City HS
Brock Blair - Union Hill HS
Maurice Caldwell - Warren HS (San Antonio)
Ruben Garcia - WB Ray HS
Earl Thomas - West Orange-Stark HS
Russell Carter - Westbury HS
Max Minor - Westlake HS
Alonzo Adams - Westside HS
Michael Buse - Wimberley HS

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