Stars of the South
Jabriel Washington
Posted Oct 29, 2010

'Stars of the South' covers 10 states of top performers in the region. The elite playmakers had some amazing finishes for their team including overtime wins. Several underclassmen are making statements as they prepare to hit the recruiting boards all across the country.

Stars of the South

Top performances for the weekend of October 22nd.


Frank Senn
Running Back, 5-10, 180 lbs.
Andalusia-Pleasant Home

Senn rushed for 374 yards on 31 carries scoring three touchdowns in the 28-14 win over Geneva County. This is the senior's second week going more than the 300-yard rushing mark.

Rocky Hayes
Running Back, 5-11, 170 lbs.
Heflin-Cleburne County

Hayes wasn't satisfied with the 346 all-purpose yard record he set last week. This week in a 39-34 win over Oneonta the junior re-wrote his school record with 365 all-purpose yards. Hayes rushed for 257 yards with three touchdowns including 95 and 97-yard runs. He also caught passes for 93 yards and returned a kick 15 yards in the win. Hayes has accumulated nearly half of his output all of last year in just two games.

Michael Lindsey
ATH, 5-10, 175 lbs.

Lindsey caught three passes for 77 yards and two touchdowns of 29 and 36 yards. The junior and all-purpose threat also rushed for a 97-yard touchdown in the 48-14 win against Red Level.

Ardarius Stewart
Quarterback, 6-1, 170 lbs.

Stewart completed 12-of-16 passing attempts for 215 yards and a touchdown. The sophomore rushed for 241 yards on 20 carries in the 46-12 win against Victory Christian.

Alonzo Harris
Running Back, 6-1, 210 lbs.
Gadsden City

Harris rushed for 231 yards on 28 carries to clinch the region championship with a 28-21 overtime win against Hewitt-Trussville. The Titans overcame a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter where the senior scored two of his three touchdowns in the win. Gadsden City will play Huntsville in the first week of the playoffs. Harris has scholarship offers from Florida State, Kentucky, Mississippi State, Tennessee, among others.

Collin Jarbo
Wide Receiver, 6-4, 220 lbs.

The Southern Miss commitment caught seven passes for 208 yards. The senior scored three times in the 48-22 win against Woodville. Gaston edged their way into the playoffs as a fourth seed and will travel to face Hubbard in the first round.

Ryan Carter
Quarterback, 6-2, 190 lbs.

Carter completed 25-of-35 passing attempts for 258 yards. The senior completed a 13-yard touchdown to Jaylon Denson in the 24-3 win against Mountain Brook to secure the region championship.

Jaylon Denson
Wide Receiver, 6-3, 195 lbs.

Denson (senior) caught 11 passes for 109 yards, and Carter's 13-yard touchdown pass. Hoover will host Gardendale in the first round of the playoffs and may prove a worthy opponent for the nationally-ranked team. Denson is an Auburn commitment.

Jim Furlow
Running Back, 5-7, 185 lbs.
Bessemer-Oak Grove

Furlow rushed for 265 yards in the 32-14 win against Tarrant. The junior ran for three touchdowns of 17, 50 and 2 yards in the win. Oak Grove will host Oneonta next week to open the playoffs.

Kendrick Mitchell
Running Back, 5-7, 170 lbs.
Millport-South Lamar

Mitchell rushed for 339 yards on 18 carries. The senior scored five touchdowns of 32, 34, 20, 79 and 83 yards in the 45-27 win.

Anthony Herbert
Running Back, 5-11, 170 lbs.
Brewton-T.R. Miller

Herbert rushed for 340 yards on 17 carries n the 48-35 win against Montgomery Catholic. The senior scored four touchdowns of 79, 86, 14 and three yards in the win.

Trey Cochran-Gill
Quarterback, 5-11, 175 lbs.

Cochran-Gill completed 21-of-25 pass attempts for 317 yards against their big rival and region opponent, Valley. The senior scored twice on passes of 10 and 20 yards. He also picked off an Erique Florence pass. Tallassee is the second seed from 5A region 2 and will host Spanish Fort next week.

Tyler Hayes
Linebacker/Running Back/Punter, 6-3, 220 lbs.

Hayes’ effort helped to dismantle region rival Jackson in a 35-7 victory. The junior made six tackles and rushed for 66 yards on seven carries. He also caught two touchdown passes. The big linebacker/running back also averaged more than 38 yards punting. The win secured the top spot in region 4A region 1. They will host Hillcrest-Evergreen next week.


A.J. Turner
Wide Receiver, 6-3, 170 lbs.
East Poinsett County

Turner scored five times via three different ways with the junior recording two touchdown receptions, two scoring runs and a 30-yard interception return. He also had 12 tackles in a 72-24 win over Salem.

Zach Conque
Quarterback, 6-5, 200 lbs.
Little Rock Catholic

Conque passed for 306 yards and a touchdown and also ran for another score. The junior signal caller led Catholic to a 56-21 victory over Russellville.

Brandon Allen
Quarterback, 6-3, 215 lbs.

The University of Arkansas commitment didn’t put in much time this week playing just over a quarter in a 42-14 win over Rogers. The senior completed all six of his pass attempts for 78 yards while tossing three touchdown passes. He now has 23 touchdowns and has not thrown an interception through eight games.

Kiehl Frazier
Quarterback, 6-3, 215 lbs.
Shiloh Christian

The Auburn verbal pledge threw a interception that gave Gravette a short-lived lead, but then he completed 13 of his next 16 passes for 270 yards and four touchdowns. The senior added a 23-yard scoring dash as the Saints caged the Lions 48-7.

Julius Jones
Running Back, 5-8, 185 lbs.
Fort Smith Southside

Jones added to his solid junior season by rushing 24 times for 183 yards and a touchdown as Southside upset No. 1 Springdale Har-Ber 38-31.

Jemarkus Harmon
Tailback, 5-7, 175 lbs.

Harmon (senior) rushed 21 times for 287 yards and three touchdowns of 82, 51 and 29 as Conway toppled Van Buren 44-26.

Justin Sunde
Tailback, 5-10, 160 lbs.

The junior running back found the end zone five times while rushing for 233 yards and powering his team to a 49-21 win over Vilonia.

Neal Burcham
Quarterback, 6-3, 180 lbs.

Quite possibly the state’s best junior signal caller, Burcham passed for 338 yards and three touchdowns to lead his team past Alma 48-23.

Hunter Winston
Tailback, 5-10, 190 lbs.

Winston was also a force in the Panthers win as he returned from injury to total 288 yards total offense – 147 receiving and 141 rushing – and score four touchdowns in the win.

Dallas Hardison
Quarterback, 5-11, 170 lbs.

Hardison has now led his team to the top spot in the Arkansas state rankings as Bentonville downed Fort Smith Northside 69-41 on Friday with the junior completing 14-of-20 passes for 331 yards and touchdowns to four different receivers.

Shaquille Jones
Wide Receiver, 6-1, 180 lbs.
Fort Smith Northside

Jones continues to lead the state in receptions – the junior now has 78 catches for 898 yards and eight touchdowns after hauling in 12 passes for 164 yards in his team’s 69-41 loss to Bentonville.

Christian Garcia
Kicker, 5-6, 140 lbs.

The junior calmly nailed a 31-yard field goal as time expired to lift Springdale to a 24-21 win over Rogers Heritage.

Rahmon Taylor
Tailback, 5-11, 160 lbs.

Taylor rushed for 180 yards and three touchdowns in the win over Rogers Heritage.

Ryan McDonald
Running Back, 5-11, 180 lbs.

McDonald rushed for 184 yards and three touchdowns. The senior was bottled-up in the first half then ran wild in the final two quarters as Charleston downed Lavaca 48-20.

Tate Stokes
Quarterback, 5-10, 155 lbs.

Stokes scored on a 65-yard run, tossed a 60-yard touchdown pass that gave the Goblins a 32-28 come-from-behind win over Morrilton when he hit Jon Colliver on a late touchdown pass.


Ryan Petro
Running Back, 6-2, 205 lbs.
Winter Springs

Petro rushed for 45 yards on six carries, scoring on four of those carries. The junior had scoring runs of 4, 3, 19 and 11 yards to go along with a two-point conversion. Defensively, Petro had eight tackles (5 solo), one for a loss, one sack and an interception returned 38 yards for a score as the Bears handed Lake Howell a homecoming loss of 57-34.

Ron Moore Jr.
Athlete, 5-11, 170 lbs.

Seminole swarmed Lake Brantley with a 41-23 win. Ron Moore Jr. caught seven passes for 185 yards in the victory. The senior caught touchdowns passes of 13, 80 and 39 yards.

Steward Butler
Running Back, 5-10 185 lbs.

Butler has worked through a lot of tough times to be where he is today. Many might say those difficulties were self-inflicted, but the senior seems to have things going in the right direction. He rushed for 196 yards on 14 carries last week scoring three touchdowns in the 43-13 win against Osceola.

Quentin Williams
Quarterback, 6-0, 185 lbs.

Williams broke Stephen Garcia's record of 8,081 passing yards to become Hillsborough County's all-time leading passer. The senior passed for 202 yards scoring five touchdowns of 16, 11, 18, 11 and 2 yards, and he also ran for a score in the 54-18 win against Spoto. Williams has given his commitment to play for Bethune Cookman College in Daytona Beach.

Cameron Rodriguez
Running Back, 5-11, 195 lbs.
New Port Richey-Ridgewood

Rodriguez rushed for 252 yards on 28 carries in the 21-12 win against Hudson. The senior scored on a 50-yard touchdown run.

Paul Mosley
Defensive Back

Mosley picked off three passes, bringing his season total to eight. The senior also returned a punt 65 yards for a touchdown in the 41-21 win against Port St. Joe.

Tre Mason
Running Back, 5-9, 185 lbs.
Lake Worth-Park Vista

Mason rushed for 157 yards on 15 carries. The senior scored four touchdowns in the 46-0 win. Mason has scholarship offers from Auburn, Ole Miss, Penn State, West Virginia, among others.

Tremain McCullough
Athlete, 5-9, 155 lbs.
Royal Palm Beach

McCullough rushed for 128 yards on only three carries and scored twice. The junior also had three receptions for 30 yards in the 26-18 win against John I. Leonard.

Tyler Cameron
Quarterback, 6-4, 205 lbs.

Cameron completed 12-of-17 pass attempts for 193 yards scoring twice. The junior also rushed for 166 yards on 24 carries scoring a third touchdowns in the 28-24 win. Cameron has scholarship offers from Boston College, Illinois, Louisville and Rutgers.

Ezekiel Turner
Wide Receiver, 5-10, 170 lbs.
Delray Beach-Atlantic

Turner had six receptions for 123 yards. The senior scored a touchdown and made a two-point conversion in the 28-21 win against Seminole Ridge. Turner is a commitment to Florida International.

Loucheiz Purifoy
Athlete, 6-1, 170 lbs.
Pensacola-Pine Forest

Purifoy accumulated 372 all-purpose yards in the win against Pace, 34-14. The senior rushed for 140 yards on 15 carries, and he threw two touchdown passes including a 64-yard score. He returned a kick 96 yards for a touchdown. The University of Florida commitment adds to the lineup for the 2011 class that should restock the coffers for the Gators.

Jerrard Randall
Quarterback, 6-2, 185 lbs.

Randall set a Broward county passing record for yards when he completed 20-of-23 passing attempts for 432 yards and three touchdowns. That is an 87-percent completion ratio. The last person with 432 yards needed 61 throws to complete 23. Even Randall's incompletions didn't hit the ground as all three were picked off in the 42-41 win over Archbishop Carroll. The big playmaker is a commitment to the offensive West Coast power, Oregon Ducks.

Curt Evans
Wide Receiver, 5-11, 170 lbs.

It takes a good receiver to make those big numbers work, and Randall found the receiver in Evans. The senior caught 11 passes for 301 yards and two touchdowns including a 41-yard score to win the game. His 301 yards was good enough for second place in the Broward County Record books behind the current holder holder who has 324. Evans has scholarship offers from Boston College, Ole Miss, Michigan, Nebraska, and among a slew of others.


Justin Coleman
Cornerback, 5-11, 175 lbs.

Coleman (senior) has a bright future in Knoxville and was the star attraction in the 22-14 win against Glynn Academy. He started the night with a 90-yard kick-off return on the opener, added another score, had two fumble recoveries with one in the closing seconds of the game to help seal the win.

Imani Cross
Running Back, 6-0, 220 lbs.
Gainesville-North Hall

Cross (senior) was a key factor on both sides of the ball in the 20-14 win against Franklin County. He led the attack on defense with 14 tackles and scored on a fourth down play on offense to help lift the victory for the Trojans.

Janier Ferguson
Running Back, 5-9, 185 lbs.

Ferguson carried the ball 46 times and gained 282 yards and two scores in the 33-28 win against Coosa.

Christian Harris
Outside Linebacker, 6-1, 210 lbs.

Harris (senior) kept the game alive with an interception returned for more than 60 yards and a score to put the game in overtime. The Tennessee commitment and his squad defeated Woodstock, 17-14.

Amario Herrera
Middle Linebacker, 6-2, 215 lbs.
College Park-North Clayton

Herrera (senior) was a huge force on the defensive side of the ball collecting a dozen tackles and two sacks in the 12-7 win against Jonesboro. A UGA commitment.

Jeff Greene
Wide Receiver, 6-6, 200 lbs.
Zach Laskey
Fullback, 6-2.5, 205 lbs.
Ufomba Kamalu
Defensive End, 6-5, 245 lbs.
Fayetteville-Starr's Mill

Greene had six receptions and a score on offense and a pick 6 on defense in the 35-24 win against Northgate. Laskey (senior) had 117 yards rushing and three scores. Kamalu (senior) is new to Scout this week, but he has been performing well all season. He added five sacks in last week's victory. The Nigerian-born playmaker will spend time at a prep school before returning to a college field. A name to remember.

Vanshun James
Running Back
Montezuma-Macon County

James (senior) had five touchdowns with his 265 yards on the ground in the 70-64 win against Pacelli.

Trevon Walker
Running Back, 5-11, 185 lbs.
Snellville-South Gwinnett

Walker (senior) was a key factor in helping defeat Grayson, 24-22, with his 168 yards rushing and a touchdown in the victory.

Marteze Waller
Running Back, 5-11, 190 lbs.
Eatonton-Putnam County

Waller (junior) has more than 1,650 yards for the season which included his 295 yards from last week in the 21-7 win against Pike County. He has a dozen touchdowns for the season including two scores from last week.

Wantavious Washington
Cornerback, 5-10, 166 lbs.

Washington (senior) was practically a one-man show with 27 touches and 205 yards rushing and a score in the 10-6 win against Dutchtown.


DaMarcus Smith
Quarterback, 6-2, 190 lbs.

Seneca rolled up a ton of yardage and points against Louisville Eastern Friday night, but unfortunately they fell to defeat, 50-47. However DaMarcus Smith (senior) continued his great year, with 20 completions and 357 yards and four touchdowns in the loss.

Anthony Wales
Running Back, 5-9, 170 lbs.

Ace Wales (junior) has been one of the top rushers in the state all season. Wales started off the year rushing for 339 yards against Seneca. This week he rushed for 403 yards on 14 carries with six touchdowns – in the first half. Central defeated Shawnee 61-0.

Vincent Miller
Wide Receiver, 5-11, 175 lbs.
Lexington-Henry Clay

Vinny Miller (junior) has come out like a house of fire as the season nears playoff time. Miller as a quarterback has been dominant. In Henry Clay’s 86-53 win over Tates Creek, Miller had 145 yards passing and two touchdowns. He also rushed 21 times for 159 yards and four touchdowns. He also returned a kickoff for 86 yards and a touchdown.

Jontez Jones
Running Back, 5-10, 190 lbs.
Lexington-Tates Creek

Tates Creek put up 53 points against Henry Clay, but still lost. However running back Jontez Jones (senior) had a great evening. Jones has been a consistent performer for Tates Creek all season. Jones had 94 yards rushing and another 92 yards on a kickoff return.

Rashad Brown
Running Back, 5-8, 175 lbs.
Paducah Tilghman

Paducah Tilghman faced off with Louisville Holy Cross Saturday evening and came away with a win, 31-7. The defending state champions had a dominating performance from running back Rashad Brown (senior) who rushed 10 times for 151 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught three passes for 151 yards and two more scores.

Chad Lawrence
Quarterback, 6-0, 175 lbs.
Independence-Simon Kenton

Having an all-state caliber season, Simon Kenton senior Chad Lawrence once again dominated with his team Friday night against Campbell County. Lawrence was 15-of-24 with 281 yards and two touchdowns in the 50-12 win.

Dakota Newsome
Wide Receiver, 6-2, 180 lbs.
Hi Hat-South Floyd

South Floyd rung up 78 points Friday night against Phelps High school, who scored 58 points of their own. Many of South Floyd’s points came from senior Dakota Newsome. Newsome threw for 120 yards and two touchdowns. He carried the ball for 115 yards and three more touchdowns.

Kyle Bolin
Quarterback, 6-3, 175 lbs.
Lexington Catholic

Kyle Bolin (sophomore) had a strong performance Friday night against West Jessamine. He threw for 307 yards on 20-of-27 passing and four touchdowns. Bolin also rushed the ball for 73 yards and another touchdown as Lexington Catholic won 42-27.

Michael Fluellen
Wide Receiver, 6-5, 200 lbs.

DeVante Parker receives all the hype, but Seneca senior Michael Fluellen has been just as dominant. Fluellen caught six passes Friday night against Eastern in their 50-47 defeat. The receptions went for 142 yards and two touchdowns.

Jon Davis
Tight End, 6-3, 230 lbs.

In Eastern’s 50-47 win over Seneca, Jon Davis was his usual methodical self. The senior carried the ball 27 times for 178 yards and a touchdown in the win.

Derek Bishop
Running Back, 5-8, 175 lbs.

Trinity continued to show its talent on Friday night when they ran over a strong Ballard squad, 56-21. Trinity was led by senior running back Derek Bishop. Bishop rushed 24 times for 130 yards and a touchdown in the victory.

DeVante Parker
Wide Receiver, 6-3, 190 lbs.

DeVante Parker, despite the loss to Trinity, bounced back from his least productive game this season last week with eight catches and 208 yards on Friday night. Parker also scored a touchdown in the 56-21 loss.


Bradley Sylve
Wide Receiver, 5-11, 175 lbs.
Port Sulphur-South Plaquemines

Alabama commitment Bradley Sylve totaled three touchdowns from the quarterback position in the Hurricanes 44-7 win over Country Day. His scores came on rushes of 38, 55 and 64 yards.

Odell Beckham
Wide Receiver, 5-11, 175 lbs.
New Orleans-Newman

New Orleans wide receiver Odell Beckham had four touches in the first half touches that turned into three touchdowns as Newman scored 28 first-quarter points in a 51-0 win over Thomas Jefferson. Beckham returned a punt 30 yards for a touchdown and caught touchdown passes of 47 and 62 yards. He finished with three catches for 130 yards.

Effrem Reed
Running Back, 5-9, 188 lbs.

Dutchtown and Hahnville entered week eight with perfect records, but only the Griffins moved to 8-0 thanks to the running of senior Effrem Reed. In the 13-10 victory over one of the state’s top defenses, Reed totaled 247 yards and scored both of Dutchtown’s touchdowns.

Davante' Bourque
Running Back, 6-2, 200 lbs.

The night ended in a 55-54 loss to Westlake, but Crowley running back Davante’ Borque had done his part. The junior finished the night with 360 yards rushing and six touchdowns, moving his season's totals close to 1,500 yards with 24 touchdowns.

Leonard Fournette
Running Back, 5-11, 220 lbs.
New Orleans-St. Augustine

Though only a freshman, Leonard Fournette is proving his worth in a hurry. After he missed last week's game with a bruised knee, Fournette bounced back in a 21-14 win over Brother Martin, rushing for 147 yards and a pair of third-quarter touchdowns on 26 carries.

Darian Monroe
Quarterback, 5-10, 175 lbs.
Reserve-East St. John

In the midst of Larry Dauterive’s resignation, East St. John dedicated their weekend’s 49-14 win over Destrehan to their former headman. The biggest factor in keeping the Wildcats perfect: junior quarterback Darion Monroe, who passed for 109 yards and three touchdowns and ran for another score. Only a junior, Monroe will play defensive back at the college level.

Micah Eugene
Running Back, 5-10, 190 lbs.

Acadiana moved to 7-1 and remained perfect (3-0) in district play with a 75-14 win over Sulphur last Thursday. Micah Eugene, who turned 10 touches into 209 yards and four touchdowns, led the Rams on the ground.


Todd Mays
Quarterback, 6-1, 200 lbs.
D'Arthur Cowan
Wide Receiver/Defensive Back, 6-3, 175 lbs.
Olive Branch

Mays (junior) tossed a desperation pass for 20 yards as time expired to lift Olve Branch to a 40-36 win against Starkville. Mays added 127 yards rushing on 13 tries and two additional touchdowns. Cowan (junior) had two scores including the game-winning 20-yard reception.

Maikhail Miller
Quarterback, 6-2.5, 235 pounds

Miller (senior) had a highly productive night in the 33-17 win against Pontotoc. The Ole Miss commitment carried the ball more than 40 times for five scores and 270 yards.

Anthony Alford
Quarterback, 6-1, 205 lbs.

Alford (junior) accounted for three touchdowns on 175 yards rushing and added another score passing for a total of 170 yards for the night. Petal defeated Gulfport 31-21.

Jamal Hall
Running Back, 5-9, 175 lbs.
Scottie Merrill
Running Back/Defensive Back, 5-11, 188 lbs.

The duo have adopted the special handshake from two of Alabama's prominent running backs (Ingram, Richardson) as each support their teammate's performances. Hall (senior) had 177 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Merrill (junior) added two more touchdowns in the 41-3 victory against Pearl River Central.

Justin Cox
Safety, 6-1, 175 lbs.
West Point

Cox (senior) was 10-of-10 for 185 yards and three touchdowns in the 49-0 win againstSatillo. The Miss. State commitment added 85 yards on the ground on three tries with 275 all-purpose yards for the night.

North Carolina

Austin Berrios
Braxton Berrios
Defensive Back
Raleigh-Leesville Road

Austin (junior) had five carries for 131 yards and two touchdowns in the 31-7 win against Millbrook. He added two interceptions for 70 and 30 yards. Braxton (freshman), and younger brother, added his own pick 6 in the victory.

Marcus Hankins
Running Back/Deffensive Back, 5-9, 170 lbs.
Southport-South Brunswick

Hankins (senior) touched the ball 19 times for 323 yards and four touchdowns in the 51-26 win against North Brunswick.

Garrett Leatham
Quarterback, 6-5, 220 lbs.
Apex-Middle Creek

Leatham (senior) was 17-of-29 for 246 yards and five touchdowns in the 42-21 win against previously undefeated Panther Creek.

Dushonte McCoy
Running Back, 5-9, 180 lbs.
Greensboro-Ben L. Smith

McCoy (senior) had 14 carries for 92 yards and one score, 10 tackles on defense, and four kick-off returns for 157 yards for the 35-14 win against Grimsley.

Brad Morton
Quarterback, 6-2, 180 lbs.
Winston-Salem-Mount Tabor

Morton (senior) used his arm and legs to defeat Davie, 34-0. He gained 100 yards on 11 carries and added 185 yards through the air on 14-of-18 pass attempts.

A.J. Marion
Running Back, 5-10, 190 lbs.
Asheville-A.C. Reynolds

Marion (junior) had eight carries for 102 yards and three scores in the 49-21 win against McDowell. He has 1,280 yards for the season and 16 touchdowns.

B.J. Sherrill
Quarterback, 5-11, 229 lbs.
Dinkin Miller
Running Back, 5-9, 170 lbs.
Mount Ulla-West Rowan

Sherrill (senior) set the tone for the Falcons before intermission with 175 yards helping his squad extend the nation's longest winning streak in the 50-7 win against East Rowan. Miller (junior) has now surpassed 1,000 yards for the season which included the 160 yards contributed in the victory.

Jalen Simmons
Running Back, 5-8, 194 lbs.
West Charlotte

Simmons (senior) was a workhorse with 265 yards on 18 touches and four touchdowns in the 42-21 win against Lake Norman. Simmons is a Duke commitment.

Miller Snyder
Kicker, 6-2, 180 lbs.
Charlotte-Myers Park

Snyder (senior) kicked his team to a 31-29 upset victory against South Mecklenburg with a 33-yard field goal.

Brian Taylor
Quarterback, 6-3, 200 lbs.
Jarrod Spears
Running Back, 5-9, 185 lbs.
Angier-Harnett Central

Taylor (senior) was 14-of-22 for 190 yards and three touchdowns in the 41-8 win against Smithfield-Selma. The North Carolina State commitment added 90 yards rushing on six carries. Spears (senior) returned to action and scored four touchdowns with his 15 carries on 165 yards.

Shaun Warren
Running Back, 5-7, 175 lbs.
China Grove-Carson

Warren (senior) had 32 touches for 285 yards and four touchdowns to defeat South Rowan 53-16. This brings his season total to 2,368 yards on 284 carries and 23 touchdowns.

Marquise Williams
Quarterback, 6-3, 215 lbs.
Kevin Asante
Wide Receiver, 5-11, 165 lbs.
Charlotte-Mallard Creek

Williams (senior) was the workhorse in the 41-0 win against Hopewell. The signal caller had five scores passing with the 250 yards and added more than 100 yards on the ground. Asante (senior) was on the receiving end of four receptions for 120 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

South Carolina

Davon Howell
Running Back, 5-11 180 lbs.
West Columbia-Airport

Howell (junior) has been fighting a nagging injury most of the season, but he got loose on Friday and rushed for 163 yards and three touchdowns in a 43-28 victory over Dreher.

Charles Lindsey
Running Back, 5-8, 175 lbs.
Honea Path-Belton Honea Path

Lindsey (senior) may be one of the most underrated prospects in the state of South Carolina as he's helped lead BHP to an undefeated season so far. On Friday the 2011 back rushed for 227 yards and three touchdowns in a tough 27-24 victory over Seneca in which BHP faced their former head coach who now runs the show at Seneca. Stay tuned to for more on Lindsey this upcoming week.

Bo Patterson
ATH, 6-1 185 lbs.
Charleston-James Island Charter

Patterson (senior) has been a dynamic player all season, and he showed us all again on Friday why he's definite D1 material. Already known for his rushing ability from the quarterback position, Patterson passed for 246 yards and three touchdowns in a huge 28-21 victory over Fort Dorchester.

Shon Carson
Running Back, 5-9, 195 lbs.
Lake City

There's not much teams have been able to do with Carson (senior) this season. It's been that way his entire career, and Friday night he rushed 22 times for 211 yards and four touchdowns in a 45-7 win over Kingstree.

Justin Worley
Quarterback, 6-4, 194 lbs.
Rock Hill-Northwestern

It's like a broken record...Worley has been on the list almost every week. Speaking of broken records Worley became the state's first player to ever surpass the 11,000 yards and also owns the record for most career touchdown passes with 131. Worley put up more Playstation-like numbers going 33-45 for 429 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-21 win over Clover. This could be Northwestern's season as they've been runners-up in the AAAA Division 2 state championship game the past two seasons and are currently undefeated still heading down the stretch.

B.J. Johnson
Wide Receiver, 6-1, 190 lbs.

Johnson (senior) has been on the radar for quite a while and was out with an injury early on, but he's come back stronger than ever. Friday night saw him make 12 catches for 270 yards in Woodruff's 42-7 win over Mid-Carolina. The 12 receptions is a school record for the Wolverines, and Johnson also found the endzone three times on the night.

Shaq Roland
Safety/Wide Receiver, 6-1, 180 lbs.

Roland (junior) continues to showcase his talents every week. Although projects him as an elite safety on the next level Roland lines up all over the field for his Lexington squad. On Friday he rushed for 125 yards and four touchdowns, had 108 yards receiving, and intercepted a pass from his safety position. Already rated four-stars many expect Roland to earn his fifth star before it's all said and done.

Demetrius Williams
Running Back, 5-10, 175 lbs.

Williams (junior) continues to impress each week as he's already piled up some impressive verbal offers to his resume. In an intense rivalry game with Allendale Fairfax, Williams was the difference as he rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns in the 13-0 victory.


Austin Bennett
Defensive Back, 5-8, 150 lbs.
Ramadi Warren
Running Back, 5-9, 170 lbs.
Memphis-Christian Brothers

Bennett (senior) was the typical clutch player in the 21-14 win against Memphis University when he grabbed an interception in the fourth quarter to help seal the win. Warren (freshman) touched the ball 13 times for 103 yards.

Jaiari Dunaway
Outside Linebacker, 6-3, 218 lbs.

Dunaway (senior) fought back an injury in the game to lead his troops to a 33-30 overtime win against Tullahoma. Dunaway had 20 touches for 152 yards and three touchdowns in the victory.

Cornelius Elder
Athlete, 5-9, 150 lbs.

Elder (sophomore) is a name to keep on the watch lists with his stellar play all season. He carried the ball 16 times for 262 yards, three receptions for 58 yards, and a 70-yard punt return for a score to defeat the previously unbeaten Baylor 41-29. Elder finished the night just shy of 400 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns.

Cedric Edwards
Running Back, 6-0, 175 lbs.
Soddy Daisy

Edwards (junior) was a big influence for his squad with 199 yards and two scores even in the 21-12 loss to Rhea County.

Cody Hill
Quarterback, 6-1, 180 lbs.

Hill (junior) was a big part of the dramatic 42-41 overtime win against Harriman where the signal caller was 22-of-35 for 269 yards and five scores.

Tez Humphrey
Running Back, 5-11, 210 lbs.

Humphrey (senior) was a playmaker in the 35-0 win against Cane Ridge with his five touchdowns on 213 yards rushing.

Prince Iworah
Running Back, 5-10, 153 lbs.
Nashville-Father Ryan

Iworah (senior) added two touchdowns in the 34-7 win against McCallie with his 16 carries and 189 yards.

Jonathan King
Kicker/Quarterback, 5-11, 150 lbs.

King (sophomore) kicked three field goals, one PAT and punts of 44, 57 and 66 yards in the 16-7 win against Lenoir City.

I'tavius Mathers
Running Back, 6-0, 182 lbs.

Mathers (junior) is now pushing 1,800 yards for the season and 22 touchdowns which included his 234 yards and four scores in the 28-13 win last week against Brentwood.

Brent Rooker
Cordova-Evangelical Christian

Rooker (sophomore) was 16-of-20 for 207 yards and five touchdowns in the 42-7 win against Fayette Academy. Rooker has 1,172 yards passing this season and 14 touchdowns.

Jaylen Walton
Running Back, 5-11, 175 lbs.

Walton (junior) is a repeat selection for 'Stars of the South' with a big 2010 season. He produced 219 yards last week and two scores in the 48-29 win against Germantown.

Jabriel Washington
Cornerback, 5-11, 165 lbs.
Jackson-Trinity Christian

Washington (senior) was 10-of-13 for 235 yards and four touchdowns in the 42-19 win against Hollow Rock-Bruceton Central. This brings his season total to 1,360 yards passing and 15 touchdowns. He added six rushes last week for 57 yards and another score. The Alabama commitment made seven tackles on defense and added two pass deflections.

Key contributors to this report include Rebecca Johnston, Dudley Dawson, Shea Dixon, Brian Eldridge and Kerry Fair ll.

High school coaches may submit nominations each week for 'Stars of the South' to


(The release of 'Stars of the South' was delayed this week due to a mal-functioning database since Wednesday. Tech Support is expected to repair this weekend.)

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