Meet the Georgia All-Stars - South
#11 QB Joe Joe Brown, Crisp County
The best passer on the South Roster, Brown can also beat a team running the ball.
#12 QB Ferlando Williams, Northside Warner Robins
An athletic quarterback that is more of a running threat than a passer, but can still beat a team with his arm if they cheat the safeties into run support.
#8 QB Erik Walden, Thomas County Central
A great combination of the other two quarterbacks. Walden is an excellent runner and passer. He does not quite have the arm of Brown, but he is a better runner.
#89 TE Larry Patrick, Westside Macon
A good blocker that will be a force in the running game
#34 FB Charlie Weaver, Statesboro
A punishing blocker, Weaver won't carry the ball much, if at all, but he is a valuable piece of the offense because of his blocking.
#4 RB Travis Evans, Westside Macon
One of the most productive running backs in state history, Evans lacks breakaway speed, but he has good vision and balance. He is a tough between the tackles runner.
#6 RB Jose Garcia, Shaw
An absolute water bug of a running back. Quick as a cat and can run between the tackles, because linebackers and linemen have a hard time finding him.
#50 OL Franklin Dunbar, Ware County
A huge offensive lineman that will be a force in the running game. One of the biggest OLs on either roster.
#78 OL Antoin Daniels, Mary Persons
The top offensive tackle on the South squad, Daniels has been getting tested daily against some of the best defensive linemen in the country. Daniels is committed to Auburn.
#57 OL Deon Small, Americus
An interior lineman that has impressed this weekend at practice. One coach remarked that "Deon is the best lineman we have."
#66 OL Anthony Driver, Columbus
Will play guard for the South Squad.
OL #67 Chris Jameson, Carver Columbus
Another player that has seen his stock rise this weekend at practice is Chris Jameson. He has good quickness and is very strong.
#70 OL Kevin Haywood, Screven County
Haywood will play guard and possibly some center for the South squad. He is compact, quick and strong.
#71 OL Charles Sanders, Colquitt County
Charles Sanders will man the center spot for the South team.
#75 OL Will Chambliss, Harris County
One of the most impressive looking offensive lineman on either squad, Harris has a lot of potential on the next level for a team willing to work with him. Very coachable and a great frame and quickness... just raw.
#24 WR Phillip Gamble, Bainbridge
Gamble is one of the best athletes on the team. He was brought in as a running back, but lack of depth at wide receiver has necessitated that he get some looks there as well. He has looked very good at the wideout spot.
#2 WR Jermain Allen, Americus
The most prolific wide receiver in state history, Allen will look to stretch the defense. One coach was overheard telling the QB, "You're not going to over throw him, let it rip".
#5 Tonkeviaus Felton, Thomasville
Another impressive wide receiver and maybe the most physical on the squad. It was fun watching "Tonk" in warmups catching the ball one handed by the point of the football.
#88 WR Durrell Stegall, Newnan
Stegall subbed for his injured teammate Demiko Goodman. That was a good swap for the South squad, Stegall is a better receiver at this stage of his career than his more heralded teammate.
#48 Boston McCornell, Northeast Macon
Will play inside and outside linebacker, McCornell has been a standout on the defensive side of the ball this weekend. He makes good reads and has excellent quickness.
#89 LB Roderick Cummings, Westside Macon
The South has good depth at linebacker and Cummings is a player that should see a lot of snaps.
#54 LB Octavious Balkcom, Early County
A physically impressive looking player, Balkcom has been lining up at outside linebacker. He may move to defensive end on the next level with his height and quickness. Balkcom is committed to Auburn.
#47 LB Tavares Jones, Swainsboro
Swainsboro had one of the top defenses in the state this past year, and Jones is a big reason why. He runs laterally extremely well, and he gets good reads on the plays. A new name to most, but a name to watch on Tuesday.
#40 Jacque Roman, Camden County
Will play middle linebacker tomorrow, not the biggest, not the fastest, just one of the best. Roman personifies what Camden's team was all about this year.
#22 DB Roger King, Peach County
One of the best football players on either squad. If King was 6-0 the entire world would be recruiting him. At 5-8, he is going to make someone look very, very smart on the next level. Will line up at safety for the South.
#10 DB Kevin Patterson, Camden County
Patterson had his coming out party in the playoffs this year, and he has continued his good work this weekend at practice. He was getting some reps at running back yesterday, but that experiment looks like it may be on hold. He will play corner.
#7 DB Darious Williams, Early County
Has looked very good at corner this week. Shows a good break on the ball and excellent recovery speed.
#21 DB Leodis McKelvin, Ware County
Ware County's second member on the team, McKelvin is a shut down corner that has had an excellent week of practice. Could be a contributor in the return game as well.
#32 DB Carlton Williams, Valdosta
A long, lean safety prospect that has a huge wingspan. Will have a height advantage over all of the North's receivers.
#9 DB Lonnie Clemons, Baldwin County
Probably the biggest surprise on either squad. Came into the week as a relative unknown, but is drawing raves for his quickness and hitting ability. Big enough to play linebacker, but athletic enough that he has been lining up at some corner this weakened.
#24 DB Dedrick Bynum, Shaw
Did not have far to practice this week since the south is practicing at Shaw High School, and Bynum looked right at home in the defensive secondary.
#45 DL Charles Johnson, Hawkinsville
One of the most impressive players on either squad, Johnson looks like he is ready to hit someone after having to pull up on the quarterback all week after having his way with the offensive tackles. Johnson is committed to Georgia.
#95 DL Jeremy Lomax, Lovejoy
One of two defensive linemen from Lovejoy, Lomax will play the end position, and he will play it extremely well. I watched him shut down a reverse by running down a receiver that was in full stride... impressive. Lomax is committed to Georgia.
#97 DL Eric McLendon, Vidalia
On a field full of impressive athletes, McLendon is still the most impressive. He sprained an ankle in the first practice on Saturday, but he made it back for part of Sunday afternoon's practice. He is at 6-5 and 285 pounds, and he moves like a linebacker.
#77 DL Anthony Parker, Lovejoy
The second of Lovejoy's defensive linemen in this game, Parker is a natural offensive guard, but he will play defensive tackle in this game. He is compact and strong with good quickness.
#72 DL Earnest Mitchell, Newnan
Newnan placed two players on the squad as well, and defensive tackle Earnest Mitchell is a force on the inside. He can occupy a double team, and he goes sideline to sideline for the ball carrier.
#55 DL Carlos Russell, Crisp County
An active defensive tackle that has looked good in practice. He has the ability to add a lot of weight and be a good defensive tackle prospect.
#13 DL Kenny Wells , Northside Warner Robins
Wells will line up at defensive end for the South team. He is extremely quick and could give the tackles on the north some problems.
#3 PK/P Patrick Bolen, South Effingham
A lefty with a huge leg, Bolen may negate the kick off return team for the North by kicking off through the endzone. Has 50 yard range, and in a defensive game, he could be the difference.
#1 LS Billy Dukes, Houston County
I was told in the spring that Billy Dukes is one of the best long snappers in the country, and he earned a trip to the North/South game with his ability. He has not disappointed either. He spins the ball back to the punter or holder in a hurry, and it is very accurate.
That is your south roster. There are players that were invited that could not attend the game including:
WR Calvin Johsnon, Sandy Creek
WR Demiko Goodman, Newnan
RB Philip Hyde, Sandy Creek
OL Seth Watts, Washington County
DE Rico Brooks, Cairo
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