Rosters for 2011 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game Set

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Rosters for 2011 Under Armour All-America High School Football Game Set

Rosters for the Under Armour All-America High School Football Game were announced during the 2011 Under Armour All-America Football Game Announcement Show on Thursday, Dec. 9 on ESPNU. The rosters were revealed – for a total of 90 players, with 45 players on Team Click-Clack (red team) and 45 players on Team Micro G (white team); of which more than 70 are listed in the ESPNU 150 Player Rankings. The game will take place at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Wednesday, Jan. 5, at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.

Team Click Clack will be highlighted by players such as defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (South Point HS, S.C.); running back Isaiah Crowell (Carver HS, Ga.); quarterback Jeff Driskel (Paul J. Hagerty HS, Fla.); offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio (DeMatha Catholic HS, Md.); and offensive tackle Christian Westerman (Hamilton HS, Ariz.). Team Micro G will feature offensive tackle La’El Collins (Redemptorist HS, La.); defensive tackle Anthony Johnson (O. Perry Wallace HS, La.); defensive end Steve Miller (McKinley HS, Ohio); tight end Jay Rome (Valdosta HS, Ga.); and safety Karlos Williams (Ridge Community HS, Fla.).

There will be 22 states, plus the Washington, D.C., represented in the game and Florida leads the group with the most players (19), followed by California (10), Georgia (10), Texas (8), Arizona (7) and Alabama and Ohio, each with five.


The players will also participate in several activities surrounding the game, including daily practice sessions that will be televised live on ESPNU Sunday, Jan. 2, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., and Monday, Jan. 3, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The Under Armour All-America Game Skills Challenge will air Tuesday, Jan. 4, at 9 p.m. on ESPN2.

Tickets for the game are available for $10 through

2011 Under Armour High School All-America Game Rosters

Team Click-Clack (Red Team)

No. Name Position Ht., Wt. High School College
1 Isaiah Crowell RB 5-11, 210 Carver (Ga.) n/a
1 Josh Turner CB 5-11, 180 Millwood (Okla.) Texas
2 Ja’Juan Story WR 6-3, 190 Nature Coast Tech (Fla.) Florida
2 Erique Florence S 6-2, 185 Valley (Ala.) n/a
3 Bradley Sylve WR 5-10, 175 South Plaquemines (La.) Alabama
3 Vinnie Sunseri LB 5-11, 202 Northridge (Ala.) Alabama
4 Marvin Shinn WR 6-3, 180 Vigor (Ala.) Alabama
4 Ha’Sean Clinton-Dix S 6-2, 194 Dr. Phillips (Fla.) Alabama
5 Michael Thomas WR 6-2, 180 Woodland Hills-Taft (Calif.) n/a
5 Darius Jennings CB 5-11, 175 Gilman (Md.) n/a
6 Jeff Driskel QB 6-4, 224 Paul J. Hagerty (Fla.) Florida
6 Nick Waisome CB 5-10, 168 South Lake (Fla.) Florida
7 A.C. Leonard TE 6-3, 232 University Christian (Fla.) Florida
7 Jadeveon Clowney DE 6-6, 240 South Pointe (S.C.) n/a
8 Lawrence Thomas LB 6-3, 230 Renaissance (Mich.) Michigan State
9 Tacoi Sumler WR 5-8, 157 Christopher Columbus (Fla.) Oregon
9 Marqise Lee S 6-1, 190 Junipero Serra (Calif.) n/a
10 Eli Rogers WR 5-10, 178 Miami Northwestern (Fla.) n/a
10 Quandre Diggs CB 5-10, 190 Angleton (Texas) Texas
11 Brandon Fulse TE 6-4, 250 Fort Meade Senior High (Fla.) n/a
11 Ryan Shazier LB 6-2, 205 Plantation (Fla.) Florida
12 Devon Blackmon WR 6-0, 180 Summit (Calif.) n/a
15 Kiehl Frazier QB 6-3, 215 Shiloh Christian (Ark.) Auburn
17 Brett Hundley QB 6-3, 210 Chandler (Ariz.) UCLA
23 Taylor Bertolet K/P 5-9, 160 Exeter Township (Pa.) Texas A&M
28 Savon Huggins RB 5-10, 190 Saint Peter’s Prep (N.J.) n/a
33 Trey DePriest LB 6-1, 225 Springfield South (Ohio) Alabama
40 Zach Ewan LS 5-10, 225 North Canyon (Ariz.) Wyoming
41 Todd Barr DT 6-1, 251 Lakewood (Calif.) n/a
50 Reese Dismukes OC 6-3, 275 Spanish Fort (Ala.) Auburn
55 Cyrus Hobbi OG 6-4, 285 Saguaro (Ariz.) n/a
62 Le’Raven Clark OT 6-5, 250 Rockdale (Texas) Texas Tech
65 Cyrus Kouandjio OT 6-7, 325 DeMatha Catholic (Md.) n/a
72 Andre Yruretagoyena OT 6-5, 260 Chaparral (Ariz.) Oregon
74 Mo Latu OC 6-2, 300 Perry (Ariz.) n/a
75 Christian Westerman OT 6-5, 290 Hamilton (Ariz.) Texas
76 Marcus Jackson OG 6-2, 295 Vero Beach Senior High (Fla.) Miami
77 Thomas O’Reilly OG 6-3, 296 Alan C. Pope (Ga.) Auburn
78 Ryan Kelly* OC 6-4, 264 Lakota West (Ohio) Alabama
80 Brian Miller* TE 6-3, 225 Andover (Mass.) Boston College
80 Christian Heyward DT 6-2, 270 Point Loma (Calif.) n/a
88 Malcolm Faciane* TE 6-5, 260 Picayune Memorial (Miss.) Alabama
90 Gabe Wright DT 6-3, 285 Carver (Ga.) n/a
93 Greg Townsend, Jr. DE 6-3, 260 Beverly Hills (Calif.) n/a
95 Anthony Chickillo DE 6-3, 240 Alonso (Fla.) Miami
99 Desmond Jackson DT 6-1, 273 Westfield (Texas) Texas

* – injured; Note: Some players have the same jersey number, but won’t be on the field at the same time.

Team Micro G (White Team)

No. Name Position Ht., Wt. High School College
1 Mike Bellamy RB 5-10, 176 Charlotte (Fla.) Clemson
1 Anthony Wallace LB 6-1, 220 Skyline (Texas) Oregon
2 Quan Bray WR 5-10, 180 Troup County Comprehensive (Ga.) n/a
2 De’Ante Saunders CB 5-11, 185 DeLand (Fla.) Florida
3 Jamal Turner WR 6-1, 175 Sam Houston (Texas) Nebraska
3 Keelin Smith S 6-3, 185 Treasure Coast (Fla.) Florida State
4 Andre Heidari K/P 5-10, 185 Stockdale (Calif.) USC
5 Braxton Miller QB 6-2, 190 Wayne (Ohio) Ohio State
5 Jabari Gorman S 6-0, 180 Monsignor Edward Pace (Fla.) n/a
7 Kendal Thompson QB 6-2, 175 Southmoore (Okla.) Oklahoma
8 DaVaris Daniels WR 6-2, 164 Vernon Hills (Ill.) Notre Dame
8 Anthony Johnson DT 6-3, 300 O. Perry Walker (La.) LSU
9 James Vaughters LB 6-2, 230 Tucker (Georgia) Stanford
10 Ben Koyack TE 6-5, 228 Oil City (Pa.) Notre Dame
11 Jay Rome TE 6-5, 230 Valdosta (Ga.) n/a
11 Karlos Williams S 6-2, 210 Ridge Community (Fla.) Florida State
12 Christian LeMay* QB 6-2, 195 Butler (N.C.) Georgia
13 Max Wittek QB 6-3, 200 Mater Dei (Calif.) USC
20 Danzel Williams CB 5-8, 185 James Martin (Texas) Oklahoma
21 Doran Grant CB 5-11, 177 St. Vincent-St. Mary (Ohio) n/a
22 Justin Scott-Wesley WR 6-0, 200 Mitchell-Baker (Ga.) Georgia
23 Amir Carlisle WR 5-10, 181 The King’s Academy (Calif.) Stanford
24 Demetrious Nicholson CB 5-11, 170 Bayside (Va.) n/a
26 Malcolm Mitchell WR 6-0, 185 Valdosta (Ga.) n/a
28 Brandon Williams RB 6-0, 190 Brookshire Royal (Texas) Oklahoma
40 Kevin McReynolds DT 6-2, 276 Saint John’s College (Washington, D.C.) n/a
42 Stephone Anthony LB 6-2, 220 Anson Senior (N.C.) n/a
45 A.J. Johnson LB 6-2, 225 Gainesville (Ga.) Tennessee
47 Xzavier Dickson DE 6-4, 242 Griffin (Ga.) n/a
50 Trey Pettis OC 6-5, 285 DeLand (Fla.) Florida State
51 Giorgio Newberry OT 6-5, 249 Fort Pierce Central (Fla.) Florida State
55 Bobby Hart OT 6-5, 298 Saint Thomas Aquinas (Fla.) Florida State
62 Peter McBride LS 6-1, 210 Chaparral (Ariz.) USC
64 Angelo Mangiro OG 6-3, 290 Roxbury (N.J.) Penn State
70 La’El Collins OT 6-5, 281 Redemptorist (La.) LSU
71 Kiaro Holts OG 6-5, 270 Warren Central (Ind.) North Carolina
72 Mitch Smothers OG 6-4, 290 Springdale (Ark.) Arkansas
73 Spencer Region OG 6-5, 339 Cullman (Ala.) n/a
74 Brey Cook OT 6-6, 295 Har-Ber (Ark.) Arkansas
80 Jarvis Landry WR 5-11, 191 Lutcher (La.) LSU
80 Jordan Phillips DT 6-6, 300 Circle (Kan.) Oklahoma
88 Steve Miller DE 6-3, 226 McKinley (Ohio) Ohio State
90 Nathan Hughes DE 6-6, 265 Klein Oak (Texas) Oklahoma
92 Antwaun Woods DT 6-1, 315 Woodland Hills-Taft (Calif.) USC

* – injured; Note: Some players have the same jersey number, but won’t be on the field at the same time.

About the Under Armour All-America High School Game
The Under Armour High School All-America Football Game, an annual All-America football competition spotlighting the nation’s top high school seniors, debuted on Jan. 5, 2008, on ABC, at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Organized in conjunction with Intersport, a leading sports and entertainment media and marketing company with 25 years experience, the 2011 event will be televised on ESPN from Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla.  Some notable alumni of the game include USC’s Matt Barkley, Georgia’s A.J. Green and Alabama’s Julio Jones.


About Under Armour
Under Armour® is a leading developer, marketer, and distributor of branded performance apparel, footwear, and accessories.  The brand’s moisture-wicking fabrications are engineered in many different designs and styles for wear in nearly every climate to provide a performance alternative to traditional products.  The Company’s products are sold worldwide and worn by athletes at all levels, from youth to professional, on playing fields around the globe.  The Under Armour global headquarters is in Baltimore, Maryland, with European headquarters in Amsterdam’s Olympic Stadium, and additional offices in Denver, Hong Kong, Toronto and Guangzhou, China.  For further information, please visit the Company’s website at


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