Blue-Grey All American Bowl Roster 2014: Top Prospects in Annual All-Star Game

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Blue-Grey All American Bowl Roster 2014: Top Prospects in Annual All-Star Game
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Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. will be the venue that features a collection of elite athletes on Jan. 11, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won't be in action.

The Bucs' home field is the site for the 2014 Blue-Grey All-American Bowl. The event is an annual all-star showcase for some of the top high school football talent in the United States.

The game is an invitation-only event with rosters featuring the standouts from the Blue-Grey Super Combines. The teams are divided geographically into North and South squads.

Here's a look at the full rosters for both teams, per

Robert Webber 5’11″ 170 Centennial Calif.
Charles App 5’11″ 183 Staten Island N.Y.
Dee Killebrew 6’1″ 184 Hopkinsville Ky.
Jamal Williams 5’10″ 200 Brockton Ma.
Trevor Haines 5’10″ 180 Miami Trace Ohio
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.
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.
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.
Kyle Rich 6’3″ 235 Newton North Ma.
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.
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.
Trace Anderson 5’10″ 160 Flagstaff Ariz.

Blue-Grey Football

Dalton Sturm 6’2″ 175 Goliad Texas
Diondre Porter 6’1″ 180 Jefferson Fla.
Anthony Siciliano 5’11″ 182 Winter Springs Fla.
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
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
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
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
Joseph Londre 6’3″ 236 Pioneer Calif.
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.
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.
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

Blue-Grey Football

Players to Watch

Dalton Sturm, QB - 6'2", 175 pounds - Goliad High School in Texas

As a solid overall athlete who also plays for Goliad's basketball team, Sturm has a chance to make a significant impact on the gridiron in this showcase.

From the looks of his highlight reel at, Sturm has good arm strength, speed and excellent escapability

He could be a tremendous playmaker given the opportunity on the next level.

Jamal Williams, RB - 5'10", 200 pounds - Brockton High School in Brockton, Mass.

With solid speed (4.3 seconds in the shuttle and 4.5 in the 40-yard dash) and good strength (bench pressed 185 pounds 21 times and 225 pounds 13 times), per Mass Prep Stars, Williams is an exciting prospect.

Per MaxPreps, Williams rushed for 646 yards on just 92 carries for the Brockton Boxers this past season.

If he can add just a bit more muscle to his frame, he could have a significant impact in college. Like all of the players, Williams participated in the Super Combine. He said this to Mass Prep Stars about his experience:

That experience was the most mind blowing because I got to meet top prospects from all over the world and also compete against them.

There was a prospect dinner, media, Hall of Fame Tour and more. It just showed me that the work you put in will pay off if you stay disciplined and take full advantage of your opportunities.

The director of Blue-Grey Football, Gus Bell, was impressed with Williams as a player and person. He broke down the criteria for selection to the game with Chris McDaniel of Enterprise News:

We look at the combine scores and the game film to see how they perform in a game situation. Then we look at desire, their academics and character.

We liked the way he [Williams] performed at New England and he did even better at the Super Combine in Canton.

With Williams' game-breaking ability, he could be one of the game's stars on Saturday.

Keyno Richardson, OL - 6'3", 330 pounds - South Dade in Miami, Fla.

There will be few—if any—that can match the size and power of Richardson at the Blue-Grey game. Richardson is also a track and field athlete in the shot put, and has drawn some interest from the Miami Hurricanes, per 247 Sports.

When there is a prep star with the frame that Richardson has, it is especially intriguing to wonder about their impact in college.

Seeing how he fares against good competition in Tampa will go a long way in determining his ceiling.

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