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Broward All-Star Game on Thursday

Don't forget football fans, before you make plans for Friday's Northwestern-Miramar game or St. Thomas-Largo and Monsignor Pace vs. Cocoa, Thursday night (7:00) at Lockhart Stadium, 100 of the top players in Broward will take part in the annual BCAA North-South contest.

The game, which will also feature the top senior cheerleaders from the region, will showcase top players.

On Wednesday night (7:00), the game will host its annual banquet at the beautiful Signature Grand in Davie. For ticket information on the banquet or the game, call 754-321-2550.

Here are the rosters for the game:

NORTH SQUAD
Anthony Abatecola, DB, 5-9, 160, Monarch:
This two year starter became a tremendous safety prospect as he led the secondary in tackles. Was one of the team captains as well.

Richard Afflick, DE, 6-0, 175, Pompano: Another quality football prospect who helped to elevate the Tornadoes this season during a year when several seniors stepped up to make an impact and become leaders for the younger players.

Chris Alexis, DT, 6-1, 245, Fort Lauderdale: This is the kind of athlete head coach Bob Wood has always liked on his football teams. Improved as the season moved along.

Dalton Baker, OL, 6-2, 260, Douglas: In running the Wing-T for the first time, this is a lineman who really picked up the schemes quickly and led this top 5 rated offense.

Greg Beauduy, OL/DE, 6-2, 210, Deerfield Beach: One of the reasons why the Buck stayed in the mix this year. A nose for the ball with speed and athletic ability.

Kenneth Bishop, DT/OL, 6-2, 315, Piper: This three-year performer was one of the top prospects heading into his senior year, and he has done little to make anyone think otherwise. Quality football player.

Lesly Calixte, DB, 5-9, 180, Douglas: Finished the year with over 30 tackles, who became the Eagles top run stuffer. Also came up woith three interceptions.

Isiah Carter, DB, 6-0, 170, Ely: With so many impressive athletes in the secondary, here is one of the players who learned so much this past season. Had some memorable games that helped the Tigers stay in the playoff race.

Jonas Celian, DE/LB, 6-1, 200, Coconut Creek: One of the quickest players on a team that reached the first round of the playoffs. He remained steady all season for the Cougars.

John Chiari, TE/WR, 6-3, 195, Coral Springs: In one of the best seasons in many years, here was a playmaker who helped to elevate the Colts to that next level.

Jamal Davis, WR/DE, 6-2, 185, Coral Springs Charter: Another productive pass catcher, who like his teammate Jared Greenaway, remained near the top of a tremendous group of receivers.

Travis Dudley, OLB, 6-0, 185, Fort Lauderdale: Here’s a two-year starter who turned out to be on the of the top tacklers and defensive players on a unit that was much improved.

Joe Fitzpatrick, TE, 6-4, 220, Cardinal Gibbons: This two year starter was one of the players who continued to make progress by attending off season events.

Mike Flash, OL, 6-1, 305, Northeast: If you take a look at the success of the Hurricanes this season on offense, it’s unsung players such as this that made a lasting impression with great blocking and leadership up front.

Sylvester Flowers, DB, 5-11, 185, Coral Glades: One of the most overlooked cover-corner players who had the size to play safety and move over to receiver as well. Was one of the top players on a team that is starting to turn the corner.

John Fowler, LB/WR, 6-1, 185, Coconut Creek: One of the most impressive two-way football players in Broward this year. Not only does he have excellent hands, but is also a sure tackler.

Patrick Frawley, TE, 6-4, 240, Monarch: This three-year starter not only got it done on the field as a player, but he also displayed leadership by being a team captain.

Lamario Fuller, RB/KR, 5-9, 165, Plantation: This is one of the most explosive players in a county that certainly has its share of them. Returned five kicks for touchdowns back as a sophomore.

Jared Greenway, WR/DB, 6-2, 180, Coral Springs Charter: Ended a productive senior season by being one of the best group of receivers in recent memory. Good speed and a knack of getting to the ball have made him one of the best.

Derrick Hanson, OL, 6-3, 330, Boyd Anderson: Being one of the leaders on a line that paved the way for an impressive offense, college coaches were impressed by his size and quickness.

Antwon Higgs, DE/TE, 6-3, 245, Pompano: Since the end of his junior season, this impressive athlete has made major strides on the football field as a defensive player as well as a pass-catching tight end.

Dennis Hocker, QB, 6-1, 205, Coral Springs Charter: Had a tremendous senior year in which he went over the 1,000 yard mark by using quality receivers and an improving line.

Ray Hodgson, DL, 6-0, 210, Taravella: The strongest player on the team made quite an impression this season as a defensive standout who turned out to be one of the county’s top pass rushers.

Eric Jacques, OL/DL, 6-2, 285, Ely: Here was the best linemen on a team that had some impressive players. In addition to dominating up front on offense, he can also play on the defensive side of the ball as well.

Ajani Jones, OL, 6-0, 240, Pompano: One of the players who learned and picked up so much this season. Was one of the reasons why the offense made major strides during a year that was a rebuilding campaign.

Eric Jones, DB, 5-11, 170, Plantation: Yet another defensive back for a unit that had one of the strongest in the state this past season, A big play type of athlete who kept the Colonels in the hunt throughout the year.

Matt Kassem, WR/DB, 6-0, 180, Taravella: Was elevated to team captain this year after showing impressive football skills and leadership at several positions. In addition to being a quality receiver and defensive back, the coaches also looked at him as a quarterback as well.

John Kramer, OL, 6-5, 265, Coral Springs: Looking mfor a reason why the Colts began to turn the corner this year? Well, you may want to start with this gifted line prospect who is strong, quick and has the ability to open holes at any time.

Jory Lambert, DT, 6-1, 265, Coral Glades: Here is a two-way starter, who made thing happen on offense, but on the defensive side of the ball, he became one of the Jaguars’ top playmakers.

Joshua Laspina, OL/LB, 6-0, 245, Monarch: Another three-year starter who ended up being a team captain as well as one of the most productive players up front.

Travis Laurent, RB, 5-9, 175, Northeast: Turned out to be one of the best all-around backs in Broward this season as he did a little of everything for the impressive Hurricanes.

Richard Lucas, LB, 6-1, 220, Coral Springs: In a year that watched the Colts begin to turn the corner, it was the defense, especially the linebacker play by this quality athlete, that was the difference.

James McFadden, RB, 5-8, 175, Plantation: Was a great inside runner who helped the Colonels reach the first round of the 6A state playoffs. Was second on the team in rushing.

Nick Monsalve, LB/FB, 5-9, 205, Northeast: Nicknamed “Cadillac” by his teammates, this is one of the best defensive players on a unit that has more than its share of them. He also impresses in the classroom, where he has a 4.0 gpa.

Sakia Parker, LB, 5-11, 185, Piper: One of the players who has flew beneath the college radar screen, but that all changed once the colleges had the chance to see him in practice for this game.

Rashad Payne, DB/WR, 5-9, 155, Ely: One of the fastest players on a team loaded with quality football talent. Started at cornerback, but also played safety for the Tigers. Was also impressive as a receiver who came up with some tremendous catches.

Thiago Pereira, OL, 6-2, 240, Fort Lauderdale: One of the prospects who improved this year as the Flying Ls had the opportunity to play some of the elite 4A schools in Florida.

Joseph Philemon, DB/WR, 5-10, 165, Pompano: Became one of the biggest surprises this past year as a two-way player who dominated at times. Has a tremendous future ahead of him.

Richard Ramsey, LB, 6-2, 205, Coral Glades: Here is yet another top-flight football talent that this program needed to get things turned around. He is also impressive (3.2 gpa) in the classroom.

Travis Reynolds, WR, 6-0, 160, Boyd Anderson: There may not have been a better all around receiver in South Florida this year. He also led Broward County in receiving as college coaches were simply bowled over by his ability.

James Rezolus, OLB, 5-10, 185, Northeast: One of the hardest working and most productive players on a defense that was easily one of the area’s most improved. Came to play hard every week.

Malcolm Ricks, DE/LB, 6-2, 200, Ely: This quality rush end was singled out by opposing coaches for his “cat-quick” moves and ability to lead on the field.

Denard Robinson, QB, 6-1, 185, Deerfield Beach: Easily one of the most talented football players in South Florida. His speed, athletic ability and leadership has set him apart. Came within one game of playing for a state title as a junior.

James Rogers, LB, 6-1, 210, Cardinal Gibbons: Despite sitting out a few games with an injury, this talented young man became one of the players who helped to lead the Chiefs into the playoffs. He was a three-year starter.

Nick Rogers, WR/RB, 5-11, 175, Piper: Was a tremendous two-way player this season for the Bengals as he showcased in several games this season. He will only get better at the next level.

Carlos Romero, P/PK, 5-9, 160, Coral Springs: Was easily one of the most accurate kicker/punters around this season. This gifted special teams player was responsible for helping to elevate the Colts to another level.

Joe St. Thomas, OL, 6-3, 315, Cardinal Gibbons: One of the most underrated athletes around. This is a three-year starter who can play anywhere on the line, which is impressive!

Gabriel Santos, LB, 5-10, 185, Pompano: Yet another player on this team who stepped up and made a solid impact, showing the younger players the right way to do things on the field. A super tackler who also learned how to cover as well.

Chris Schrippa, QB, 6-1, 185, Cardinal Gibbons: One of the most underrated quarterbacks in South Florida who threw for over 2,000 and led the Chiefs into the playoffs two straight years. College coaches followed his every move this season.

Johnny Seays, DL, 6-2, 235, Deerfield Beach: Began the season as one of the elite defensive line prospects around for a team that just missed the chance of playing for a state title in his junior season. Showed plenty of progress in the off season.

Nicholas Stevens, OL/DL, 5-10, 280, Coral Springs: Was another reason that coach Ray Gould’s team made major strides this season. Was impressive on both sides of the ball during the playoff stretch as the Colts narrowly missed post season play.

William Trevino, LB, 6-1, 210, Taravella: Coming to the school this year, here was one of the players who really made the playoff push possible. Finishing second on the team in tackles, college coaches started to take notice.

Verg Virgens, LB, 5-11, 185, Coconut Creek: Finished as one of the top tacklers on a unit that was one of the best in the county this season. Tremendous athlete who became a true leader this season.

Santos Walcott, DB, 6-0, 195, Coral Glades: A three year starter who made an impression as a junior, into the summer and finally, this year, where he was one of the most dependable players on this young team.

Prince Walker, WR, 5-10, 170, Plantation: From the start of the season right until the playoffs, here was one of Broward’s top receiving prospects in Broward County.

John Wallace, RB, 6-1, 205, Boyd Anderson: Made quite a difference this season after coming over from Douglas. Carried the Cobras into the playoffs with his impressive running.

Karlton Weaver, RB/DB, 5-9, 160, Pompano: One of those rare four-year starters who did a tremendous job this past season as a runner and as a quality defensive back performer.

Jackie Wilson, QB, 6-1, 210, Boyd Anderson: In a county that boasts one of the nation’s best at the position, it’s easy to see how a quality signal caller like this can be overlooked. Big time potential!

Adrian Witty, DB/WR, 6-0, 180, Deerfield Beach: After coming back from an injury that had him out for much of the summer and early part of the season, he returned and proved why he is one of the best two-way athletes around.

Keith Zallman, OL, 6-2, 240, Fort Lauderdale: Here is a three-year starter for the Flyings Ls, who also was the teams’ long snapper. His work in the classroom was also impressive.

SOUTH
Tyrie Allen, RB, 5-9, 180, Western:
This two-year starter ended up leading the Wildcats in total offense. Underclassmen watched this quality football talent to see what was needed to get better for the future.

Alton Bell, LB, 5-10, 215, Hollywood Hills: Emerged as one of the top linebacker prospects on a team that had more than its share of quality players for the present - and the future.

Jamar Brown, RB, 5-7, 165, South Broward: This first year performer was one of the top rushers in Broward County this season as he used his impressive speed to give the Bulldogs a boost.

Ashley Bullock, OL, 6-8, 280, South Broward: A former youth league baseball standout who has watched his stock soar as he grew, and his size has opened the eyes of several college recruiters.

Devon Butler, LB, 6-0, 210, Everglades: When the dust had settled on the 2008 season, there may not have been a better linebacker prospect in South Florida than this quick, ,impressive football talent.

Jerry Caplan, QB, 6-1, 185, Hollywood Hills: Transferring this year from Piper, here is a prospect who got better as the season moved along. Remained motivated in a very tough season for the Spartans.

Jovanny Carvajal, DB, 5-10, 190, McArthur: On a team that advanced to the playoffs for the first time in five years, this was a player who made some of the biggest hits of the season for the young, but talented Mustangs.

Courtney Clark, RB, 5-9, 165, Hollywood Hills: Starting his career out at Hallandale, this quick and gifted runner made an impact this season for the Spartans as they looked to build for the future. His father was also a quality football player during his time at Hallandale.

Jordon Cohen, FB/TE/NT, 6-1, 230, Cooper City: Voted as the best tight end prospect at several summer camps, here is a fullback who certainly paved the way for the Cowboys’ running game.

Patrice Cosbert, LB, 6-0, 185, Flanagan: This turned out to be quite a year for this quality football talent who improved so much over the last year. Turned out to be one of the most dependable tacklers.

Andrew Davis, OLB, 5-10, 185, Nova: One of those players who can cover the entire field and make plays to keep his team in games. In a challenging year, he made the right plays for the Titans.

Daren Davis, LB, 6-1, 195, South Plantation: Leading the team in tackles, here is the one player who showed tremendous improvement all year as he led the Paladins within one game of the playoffs.

Jarrett Dieudonne, DB, 6-1, 190, Dillard: In a secondary that was considered one of the best in Broward County, this quality prospect continued to make huge plays that kept the Panthers in the district title hunt all year.

Benjamin Dinkins, WR, 6-0, 170, Dillard: On a team loaded with offensive weapons, here is one of those quality football players who ,made big catches and helped the Panthers win a district title.

Carlton Falconer, OL, 6-4, 255, Dillard: Here is a three-year starter who not only paved the way for a tremendous running game, but he did it at all three line positions. Was one of many reasons why the Panthers clicked this year.

Steven Faucher, P, 5-10, 160, Cypress Bay: A big time punting prospect who got better as the season moved along. He was a difference maker in a few of the Lightning’s wins.

Larry Fels, DL, 5-10, 265, Western: This two-year varsity starter made quite an impact for the Wildcats. His quickness and nose for the football made him one of the most valuable on the team.

Justin Floyd, DE, 6-0, 220, Dillard: Was one of the quality defensive ends that coach Keith Franklin has talked about all year. A tremendous football player who has instincts and plenty of ability.

Damian Fortner, RB, 5-10, 170, Everglades: began the season with huge games and kept it going all year as the Gators stayed in the playoff race down to the wire. Quality back with all the tools needed to do well at the next level.

Mario Francois, DB, 6-0, 175, South Plantation: When the Paladins looked for a big play, this is the one athlete who was there making plays and never giving up. Coaches loved the way he made an impact each week.

Austin Gamble, LB, 6-0, 225, Cypress Bay: This Duke University commitment was one of the area’s top linebacker prospects. His speed, strength and ability to read plays had given him a huge advantage the past two years.

Phil Genovese, RB/DB, 5-11, 180, Cooper City: Easily the best back this school has produced in several years. A two-way prospect who has speed and athletic ability as one of the top runners in Broward. He is also a tremendous defensive player and also serves as the team’s punter.

Demerick Goolsby, OL/DL, 6-0, 265, Hallandale: One of the most explosive teams in South Florida had one of the best offensive line prospects paving the way all year. He also gave the Chargers a boost on the defensive side of the ball as well.

Jovan Gopie, DL, 5-9, 290, Everglades: Was there a more dominating defensive lineman in South Florida than this gifted athlete? The answer is no! He dominated every player he went up against, and in the process, opened the eyes of college coaches.

Terrell Harden, WR, 6-1, 175, South Plantation: A quick, sure-handed receiver who provided plenty of excitement for the Paladins down the stretch. Gave the team a deep threat!

Elijah Haynes, RB, 5-9, 180, Stranahan: On a team that showed plenty of improvement, this hard-working standout used his speed and instinctive running ability to spark the Dragons.

Robert Hernandez, OL, 6-0, 260, Hallandale: Was yet another top-flight offensive line prospect who turned out to be one of the better players the Chargers had on the line of scrimmage. Was singled out by his coaches several times for outstanding games.

Raynard Lafavor, OL, 6-0, 268, Hollywood Hills: This two-year starter was another player who stepped up and showed leadership qualities this season. Was vital to the younger players on the team as well.

Jamall Lane, DB, 5-10, 165, Everglades: A three-year varsity performer who continued to improve throughout his career. Tremendous cover skills and a knack of being where the ball was on every play.

Billy Larrabee, DE, 6-1, 185, Cooper City: Was one of the players on defense who was singled out for his impressive play throughout the year. Led the team in sacks and tackles for loss. Quick coming off the end.

Ashley Larrieux, OL, 5-10, 270, Flanagan: Not only was this one of the most impressive players on the offensive line for the Falcons, but his leadership as a team captain also gave the team a boost.

Stephen Lopez, LB, 5-11, 220, Pembroke Pines Charter: After making the move from the end position, this is a player who truly impressed as a linebacker and one of the top tacklers for the Jaguars.

Roderick Lott, Jr., LB, 5-11, 190, Hallandale: This is one of those quality football players who has been getting it done in this city since he was 7. Whether he lines up at linebacker or at safety, here is one of the athletes in South Florida who continues to make plays.

Nelsy Marcellon, DE/OLB, 6-3, 220, Stranahan: Went into the season as one of the top prospects in the state, and with his ability to find the ball, he only added to what recruiters felt about him all along.

David McKinnie, DB, 5-11, 160, Nova: Turned out to be the best cover-corner player on the team as well as being a prospect who can play safety at the next level as well. This is an improving athlete!

Shane McNally, QB, 6-2, 200, Pembroke Pines Charter: Looking to become the third quarterback in four years to attract Division 1 college scholarship, this gifted athlete directed the offense with his athletic ability and great size.

Anthony Mitchell, OL, 6-4, 280, South Broward: Was a key performer on one of the most impressive lines around. Helped pave the way for one of Broward’s top offenses.

Patrick Paul, LB, 5-11, 205, McArthur: Yet another of the many reasons why this football team matured and grew into a playoff contender. Quality athlete who loves to hit and make plays.

Jonathan Rigaud, DB, 5-9, 170, Pembroke Pines Charter: This three-year starter continued to make plays and become a force in the secondary for a program that is always looking to get better by using tremendous athletic talent.

John Robinson, DB/RB, 5-9, 170, Nova: One of the best athletes on a team that is still looking to turn the corner. He is not only a quality defensive back, but can play running back and help spark the special teams.

Rodney Rumph, WR/DB, 5-9, 170, Everglades: Was one of the top prospects in Broward throughout the season with key catches and the ability to make plays against even the best competition.

Kevin Samuel, OL , 6-1, 305, Hollywood Hills: In a year that saw the Spartans go through some growing pains, here was yet another line prospect who showed that he was willing to play hard until the end of the season.

Chris Secrest, PK, 5-10, 155, McArthur: Turned out to be one of the most accurate kickers in Broward this season with a game-deciding kick coming against South Broward that pushed the Mustangs into the playoffs.

Greg Smith, DE/OLB, 6-0, 215, Hallandale: This one-time South Broward standout has enjoyed plenty of success the past two years as a rush end/outside linebacker for the Chargers. His quickness and big play ability certainly separates him from the rest.

Streadwick Stephens, DE/OLB, 6-1, 190, Flanagan: When the Falcons needed a big play, this quick, impressive rush end/outside linebacker was the athlete the Falcons looked to. He had a tremendous season.

Donovan Spence, DL, 5-11, 240, Everglades: Yet another reason why the Gators were among the best defensive teams in South Florida. Making plays became his trademark throughout the course of this impressive season.

Andre Thomas, WR/DB, 5-9, 175, South Broward: This impressive athlete has gotten it done on both sides of the ball for the Bulldogs. His speed on kickoffs also helped this team come within one game of the playoffs.

Leslie Tripp, OL, 6-0, 278, Cypress Bay: Was emotional year for this three-year starter who remained solid up front against some of the top competition in South Florida. Has impressed college coaches with his play as well.

Darrell Young, DL, 6-2, 225, South Plantation: As the season moved along, the coaches looked at this impressive athlete as a leader who made plays and showed the younger players on the team what they needed to do.

Phil Walker, DE, 6-2, 220, Cypress Bay: What else can you say about this big, strong and gifted football prospect who turned heads from Florida to Texas with his aggressive style of play. Tremendous future ahead for this young man.

Erik Williams, DE, 6-3, 240, Stranahan: One of the leading defensive players in South Florida, this impressive athlete recorded 17 sacks and came up with several game-changing plays.

Marqueze Williams, RB/DB, 5-8, 165, McArthur: One of the reasons why the Mustangs made it back to the playoffs. Not only was he a tremendous runner, who opened up the offense, but also gets it done on the defensive side of the ball as well.

Sigmund Wilson, DL, 5-10, 260, Western: The Wildcats came up with a special player this year as he led the way on the defensive side of the ball playing for the first time at the varsity level.

LARRY BLUSTEIN
lblustein@miamiherald.com

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larry

its jordan fowler not john fowler

billy

Pablo Quiroga the kicker for South Plantation was tied for the most field goals in the county and had way better stats than cris secrest the kicker for Macarthur. I dont know how they choose the All-Star team but it doesnt reflect the best players in the county.

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