White Offense – Wide Receivers (4)
WR – Jordan Jolly, Elkins
WR – Quentin Parks, Atascocita
WR – William Peck, Sharpstown
WR – Mark Cole, Chavez
White team looks to make things happen and it looks like quarterbacks Andre Kelly and Michael Stojkovic will have solid options no matter who is in the game. For starters, Jolly could have easily been named the top-producing athlete in the city this past year. At Elkins, he played every offensive skilled position imaginable. His primary position, receiver, he caught 47 passes for 695 yards and nine touchdowns. On the ground, he ran for nearly 800 yards for 11 scores and threw for another 225 yards.
Another playmaker is Peck who in his career at Sharpstown could take short passes and gather plenty yards after. Playing on both sides of the ball for the Apollos, Peck had 18 catches for 426 yards and six touchdowns, along with two interceptions as a defender. Parks is another who can make things happen. He is a big target, who has soft hands as more of a possession-type guy. In 2009, he caught 26 passes fir 318 yards and two scores.
Cole, who is known more for his ability to run the ball, will play receiver for the all-star game. He had only six catches last season, but ran for 860 yards and 14 touchdowns.
White Offense-Tight Ends (2)
TE – Traymond Brown, Chavez
TE – Charles Plaster, Pearland
Here is a good combination of tight ends for the White team coach Mike Jackson and crew to utilize. A player like Brown is definitely one who needs the ball in his hands. Last season, he caught 14 passes for 388 yards and five touchdowns. Plaster, known for aggressive nature on the blocking end, did have four catches for 76 yards for the Oiler squad.
White Offense-Athletes (2)
ATH – Dominique Jefferson, Channelview
ATH – Wes Hudson, Morton Ranch
With both Jefferson and Hudson coming in as athletes, there are quite a few combination of things that the White team coaches can work with. Jefferson, a dual-threat athletic quarterback, threw for 1,358 yards 14 touchdowns to seven interceptions. He had another 310 yards and three scores rushing.
Hudson was quite productive as well for his Maverick squad in 2009. He ran for 637 yards and three touchdowns to go along with 10 catches for 225 yards and three more touchdowns.