Mississippi All-Star roster released

Mississippi Association of Coaches released their selections for the Mississippi All-Stars that will compete in the annual Mississippi/Alabama All-Star game later this year. Several of the state's best and brightest earned the nod to represent their home state in the prestigious event.


Wyatt Roberts - Louisville (Jacksonville State)

Thad Miller - Gulfport

Running backs:

Aeris Williams - West Point (Mississippi State)

D.K. Buford - Lafayette (Ole Miss)

Dontavian Lee - FCAHS (Mississippi State)

Preston Dedeaux - Picayune

Roger Thomas - West Point

Wide Receivers:

Markell Pack - Purvis (Florida State)

Jesse Jackson - Petal (Mississippi State)

Jamoral Graham - Netwon County (Mississippi State)

Sammie Epps - Greenwood (Ole Miss)

Tevin Moore - Stringer

Offensive line:

Harry Godwin - Pearl River Central

DeMarcus Haralson - Picayune

Doug Lofton - Taylorsville (Louisiana-Monroe)

Terrance Malone - South Panola

Ethan Orr - Itawamba AHS

T.J. Martindale - Brandon

Toriaun Samuels - Hazlehurst

Jimmy Terry - Madison Central

Defensive line:

Gerri Green - Greenville-Weston (Mississippi State)

Grant Harris - Clinton

Kyle Strickland - Brandon

Genard Avery - Grenada (Louisiana)

Corey Brown - Columbus

Matthew Davis - South Panola

Taboris Lee - Choctaw County (Louisiana)

Jalen Stewart - Columbus (UAB)


Romello Riley - Ocean Springs

A.J. Moore - Bassfield (Ole Miss)

C.J. Hampton - Meridian (Ole Miss)

Jeremy Sangster - Louisville

Shareef White - Grenada (Louisiana)

Defensive backs:

Cornell Armstrong - Bassfield (Southern Miss)

Picasso Nelson - Oak Grove (Southern Miss)

J.T. Gray - Clarksdale

Devin Voorhies - Wilkinson County (LSU)

Tito Windham - Harrison Central (Oklahoma)

K Cody Mills - Oxford

P Hunter Bell - Warren Central

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