Blue-Grey All American Bowl 2014: Date, Rosters and More

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Blue-Grey All American Bowl 2014: Date, Rosters and More
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Many of the nation's top high school football players will compete at the 2014 Blue-Grey All American Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 11 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. 

As described by the official website, the event is an "invitation-only, All-Star weekend featuring the top performers from the Blue-Grey Super Combines."

Young men from all over the country will be competing with the goal of being recognized as the best of the best. For fans, this is a terrific opportunity to watch some of the future stars of college football and potentially the NFL.

Here's a look at when and where you can catch the exciting action, along with full rosters for both teams and a closer examination of some of the top players in the field.

 

When: Saturday, Jan. 11

Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla. 

 

Rosters

North

QUARTERBACKS HT WEIGHT SCHOOL STATE
Robert Webber 5’11″ 170 Centennial Calif.
Charles App 5’11″ 183 Staten Island N.Y.
RUNNING BACKS
Dee Killebrew 6’1″ 184 Hopkinsville Ky.
Jamal Williams 5’10″ 200 Brockton Ma.
Trevor Haines 5’10″ 180 Miami Trace Ohio
WIDE RECEIVERS
C.J. Buze 6’1″ 180 Cactus Cobras Ariz.
Shawn Doucette 6’2″ 195 Mountain Ridge Ariz.
R. Connor Shedeed 5’10″ 180 Gretna Neb.
Michiah Quick 6’0″ 180 Central Calif.
Chris Jones 6’3″ 190 Dematha Catholic Mo.
DEFENSIVE BACKS
Vincent Camp 6’1″ 175 Junipero Serra Calif.
Devon Brewer 6’0″ 175 Central Calif.
Cameron Gilbert 6’3″ 193 Watkins Memorial Ohio
Troy Vincent 5’10″ 185 Gilman School Va.
Tanner Steward 5’11″ 175 Mesa Ariz.
Jojo McIntosh 6’1″ 180 Chaminade Calif.
Steven Saenz 5’10″ 165 Sunnyside Ariz.
Dakota Buss 6’0″ 185 Beatrice Neb.
Adrian Salazar 5’10″ 185 Millennium Ariz.
LINEBACKERS
Dallas Thomas 6’4″ 220 South Vermillion Ind.
Anthony Danielson 5’11″ 195 High Point N.J.
Derek Method 6’4″ 220 Tekamah-Herman Neb.
Jake Becker 6’1″ 190 Portsmouth N.H.
Derrick McIntosh 6’2″ 225 Western Brown Ohio
Codie Zimmerman 5’11″ 205 Central Dalphin Pa.
TIGHT END
Kyle Rich 6’3″ 235 Newton North Ma.
OFFENSIVE LINE
Alexander Fontana 6’3″ 278 Kent Ohio
Roger Bunce 6’4″ 252 Eastern Ohio
Ryan Wakstein 6’1″ 265 Rahway N.J.
Chase Williby 6’3″ 272 Lincoln East Neb.
Dylan Ferguson 6’2″ 315 Bullitt East Ky.
Timoci Raikadroka 6’2″ 285 Wilcox Calif.
Lex Sowards 6’3″ 275 Ryle Ky.
DEFENSIVE LINE
Thomas Reed 6’3″ 200 Deer Park N.Y.
Peter Read 63″ 220 Lincoln Southeast Neb.
Brandon Tennant 6’3″ 220 Simi Valley Calif
Anthony Hernandez 6’2″ 230 Vintage Calif.
Ben Johnston 6’4″ 225 Redwood Calif.
Nick Campbell 5’11″ 263 Apollo Ariz.
Carsen Alber 6’1″ 260 Brookville Ohio
Zachary Williams 6’2″ 260 Immaculate Conception Ohio
Tommy Craig 6’1″ 245 Mercer County Ky.
Tashon Smallwood 6’2″ 293 Central Calif.
Jack Gilliam 6’1″ 255 Kingman Ariz.
KICKER
Trace Anderson 5’10″ 160 Flagstaff Ariz.

BlueGreyFootball.com

 

 

South

 

QUARTERBACKS WEIGHT SCHOOL STATE
Dalton Sturm 6’2″ 175 Goliad Texas
Diondre Porter 6’1″ 180 Jefferson Fla.
Anthony Siciliano 5’11″ 182 Winter Springs Fla.
RUNNING BACKS
Colby Owens 6’1″ 239 East Chapel Hill N.C.
Markel Smith 5’11″ 210 St. John Vianney Mo.
Ricky Marshall 5’10″ 190 Higley Ariz.
Dalvin Warmack 5’9″ 190 Blue Springs Mo.
Keith Harrington 5’9″ 174 Northeast Fla
WIDE RECEIVERS
Justin Motlow 5’10″ 190 Tampa Catholic Fla.
Austin Proehl 5’10″ 175 Providence N.C.
Kaelin DeBoskie 5’9″ 175 Salpointe Catholic Ariz.
Luke Bayly 6’3″ 215 Porter Ridge N.C.
Miles Starks 5’11″ 170 Andover Kan.
Shawn Bane Jr. 6’0″ 170 Sarasota Fla
DEFENSIVE BACKS
Cean Tukes Jr. 6’0″ 165 San Pedro Calif.
Zach Caudle 6’1″ 185 Fairmont N.C.
Jay Maduro 5’10″ 170 Freedom Fla.
John Battle Jr. 6’2″ 185 Hallandale Fla.
Koa Farmer 6’2″ 200 Notre Dame Calif.
Jamal Jones 5’11″ 180 Creekview Texas
Naijiel Hale 6’0″ 180 Bosko Calif.
Matthew Tackitt 5’11″ 192 Lubbock Texas
LINEBACKERS
Tyler Wibbenmeyer 6’0″ 185 Timberland Mo.
Tre Watson 6’2″ 230 Tampa Catholic Fla.
Anthony Davis 5’11″ 200 Chamberlain Fla.
Zach Danielsen 6’0″ 195 Porter Ridge N.C.
Shawn Fitzsimonds 5’10″ 200 Cox Mill N.C.
Roddric Newton 5’11″ 205 Wallace-Rose Hill N.C.
Talvin Smith 6’1″ 201 Lee’s Summit Mo.
Jacob Brown 6’3″ 190 Hondo Texas
TIGHT END
Joseph Londre 6’3″ 236 Pioneer Calif.
OFFENSIVE LINE
Jack Ray 6’3″ 265 Lone Star (Frisco) Texas
Cory Dreger 6’3″ 280 Legacy Christian Academy Texas
Chase Bartle 6’3″ 277 Rolla Mo.
Dalton Miller 6’2″ 260 Fort Osage Mo.
Pranwab Chhettri 6’4″ 270 Olathe Northwest Kan.
Christian Graham 6’3″ 270 Adrian R3 Mo.
Kenny Andrews 6’2″ 260 Longview Texas
Keyno Richardson 6’3″ 330 South Dade Fla.
DEFENSIVE LINE
Christian Pleasant 6’0″ 240 JH Rose N.C.
Jacob Harshberger 6’3″ 235 Dodge City Kan.
Kyle Delaney 6’5″ 220 J.T. Hoggard N.C.
Ethan Roth 6’1″ 255 Conway Springs Kan.
Geoffrey Leins 6’2″ 265 Lake Norman N.C.
Bradley Payne 6’3″ 285 Cheney Kan.
Zachary Washington 6’1″ 280 Sunrise Mnt Ariz.
Anthony Ryals 6’2″ 270 Lake Minneola Fla.
Leonard Moore 6’1″ 275 Boca Raton Comm Fla.
KICKER
Chris Gotchie Jr. 5’11″ 200 Kofa Ariz.

BlueGreyFootball.com

 

Hot Prospects

Shawn Fitzsimonds, LB, South

At 5'10" and 200 pound, Shawn Fitzsimonds is a physical—if slightly diminutive—linebacker who plays bigger than his size. 

Blue-Grey Football recently highlighted him as a player to watch in this upcoming contest:

He'll have his work cut out for him when he's chasing down the speedy backs on the North squad. However, given his recent work at Cox Mill High School in Charlotte, N.C., it's clear he's up to the task. 

Here's a look at Fitzsimonds' senior stats, as provided by BeRecruited.com: 96 total tackles, one sack, two forced fumbles, four passes defended and one touchdown.

 

Jojo McIntosh, DB, North

Jojo McIntosh is a huge defensive back who brings the thunder to every tackle he makes. At 6'1" and 180 pounds, he's also fast enough to cover the back end with skill. 

A University of Washington commit, as he proudly displays on his Twitter account, McIntosh was stellar in his senior season at Chaminade College Prep, earning All-Area First-Team honors, as relayed by Chaminade Eagle Eye:

Via MaxPreps.com, he racked up an eye-popping 81 solo tackles (124 total), 3.5 sacks and three interceptions, adding a blocked punt to his loaded resume. His athleticism and size will stand out on the field on Saturday, Jan. 11.

 

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