Stars of Alabama 3A-4A

Elmore County's Colby Davis

Saraland leans on three players to get first win in AHSAA competition. North Jackson leans on three to get their third win of the season. The Stars of Alabama Week Three for Class 3A and 4A.

Stars of Alabama


Hunter Slater
5-11 160 pounds
Freshman Quarterback
Bayside Academy

Slater threw three passes, completed three passes for three touchdowns of 60, 18 and 98 yards his team's 50-0 win over Montgomery Academy.

Devonta Parker
5-9 160 pounds
Senior Running Back
Washington County High School

Parker rushed for 201 yards on 34 carries and scored on touchdown runs of 43, and 10 yards in the 27-14 win over Trinity Presbyterian. Parker was an First Team All-State ASWA selection for the 2009 season

Andy Pappanastos
5-11 160 pounds
Junior Defensive Back/Kicker
Trinity Presbyterian

This might be a first for ScoutSouth.com. Pappanastos has made our list two weeks in a row on the strength of his leg. The junior made field goals of 50 and 48 yards in his team's loss to Washington County. He made nine tackles on defense. Pappanastos was a First Team All-State Kicker during his sophomore season.

Keaton Glass
6-0 175 pounds
Junior Kicker
Leeds High School

Glass redeemed himself for missing a 43-yard attempt in the first half of this nailbiter by hitting the 24-yard game winner in overtime.

Jerelle Bailey
5-9 150 yards
Senior Quarterback
Pike County High School

Bailey rushed for 259 yards on 27 carries scoring on runs of 1, 5, and 2 yards in the 37-14 win over Dale County. He completed 10-of-15 passes for 162 yards including a 29-yard score.

Andre Kincey
5-11 185 pounds
Senior Running Back
Abbeville High School

Kincey rushed for 226 yards on 18 carries and scored four touchdowns of 69, 3, 3, and 14 yards in his team's 34-13 win over Geneva. Kincey had two more touchdowns reversed on penalties.

Lorenza Cooper
5-9 170 pounds
Junior Running Back
Marbury High School

Marbury picked up a region win over Central Coosa this week with a 35-7 victory. Their junior running back rushed for 220 yards scoring on a 61-yard run on 12 carries.

Sheldon Lewis
6-2 235 pounds
Sophomore Fullback/Linebacker
Christopher Johnson
6-1 205 pounds
Senior Linebacker
Joseph Bell
5-10 210 pounds
Senior Running Back/Linebacker
Hanceville High School

Hanceville's big guy, Lewis, had 13 tackles and four quarterback hurries in the 31-7 win over Holly Pond. Johnson had eight tackles and five hurries in the win. Bell scored a three-yard touchdown and recorded 11 tackles on defense.

Jake Howton
6-3 190 pounds
Senior Wide Receiver
Cody Staten
5-8 185 pounds
Junior Running Back
Cordova High School

Howton caught six passes for 135 yards and two touchdowns in the 57-0 win over Vinemont. This was Howton's first game after an injury held him out the first two weeks of the season. Howton was an ASWA All-State selection as an Athlete in 2009. He entertains several scholarship offers. Staten rushed for 122 yads on 10 carries and scored two touchdowns of 30 and 13 yards in the win.

Cole Hayes
6-4 185 pounds
Senior Quarterback
Winston County High School

Hayes completed 14-of-15 passing attempts for 249 yards scoring four touchdowns of 49, 17, 8 and 24 yards in their 40-12 win over Carbon Hill. The senior also rushed for 87 yards including a three-yard touchdown run.

Derrick King
5-6 150 pounds
Senior Running Back/Wide Receiver/Defensive Back
Andalusia High School

King rushed for 203 yards on 23 carries scoring four touchdowns of 3, 3, 14, and 69 yards in the 42-13 win over St.James. Andalusia is now 3-0.

Ledarrius Bowe
5-7 165 pounds
Sophomore Running Back
Jackson High School

Bowe rushed for 125 yards on seven carries and scored on 13, 62, and two 1-yard carries in the 54-14 win over W.S. Neal. Jackson faces a tough test this week against region rival UMS Wright, both teams are undefeated in the region.

Jim Furlow
5-7 185 pounds
Junior Running Back
Oak Grove High School

The running back again makes our list with a 213-yard rushing game in the team's 21-7 win over Corner. He carried the ball 31 times and scored two touchdowns. Oak Grove is off to a 3-0 start.

Jarred Causey
5-8 170 pounds
Senior Linebacker
Corner High School

Causey made 16 tackles with two assists in the 21-6 loss to Oak Grove.

Akeem Bennett 5-7 140 pounds Junior Running Back/Defensive Back Holtville High School

Bennett made nine tackles in the 45-44 double overtime win over Lincoln. He also scored two touchdowns and the game winning 2-point conversion.

Zac Barnard
5-10 180 pounds
Senior Quarterback
Montel Hale
5-9 175 pounds
Senior Wide Receiver
Deuntae Johnson
6-0 200 pounds
Senior Running Back
North Jackson High School

Barnard completed five of his seven pass attempts for 141 yards for four touchdowns. He also rushed for a score. Hale caught two of Barnard's passes for 98 yards, both touchdowns. The Chiefs balanced their offense with the likes of Johnson's performance. The senior rushed for 127 yards six carries scoring three times.

Kyle Caldwell
5-8 150 pounds
Senior Quarterback
Dadeville High School

Caldwell threw for 185 yards including a 22-yard touchdown pass. He finished with 242 all purpose yards in the 24-12 win over Calera. Dadeville is 3-0 on the season and plays Munford this week.

Cody Robinson
5-11 180 pounds
Junior Quarterback
Akeem Miller
5-10 160 pounds
Wide Receiver
Michael Murphy
5-8 175 pounds
Junior Running Back
Saraland High School

The high school got it's first AHSAA victory with a 31-27 win over Monroe County. Robinson completed 10-of-19 pass attempts for 176 yards and touchdowns of 16, 18, and 37 yards. He rushed for another 10-yard score. Miller caught Robinson's three touchdown passes. Murphy rushed for 164 yards on 15 carries and scored a seven-yard touchdown in the historic win.

Chris Dukes
5-9 185 pounds
Senior Running Back
UMS Wright


Dukes rushed for 139 yards on 22 carries scoring twice on 5 and 2 yard runs in the big region win over Rico Stallworth led Escambia County, 31-6. The senior also tossed a 37-yard touchdown pass to Chase Williamson. Dukes was a first team All-State selection for 2009.

Javea Swindle
5-5 140 pounds
Junior Running Back
Cole Thompson
6-0 160 pounds
Senior Linebacker
Jemison High School

Jemison's small package of dynamite, Swindle, rushed for 287 yards and scored twice on 20 carries in the 42-16 win over Holt. Thompson led the defense with 10 tackles in the win.

Sharrod Cochran
5-11 170 pounds
Junior Quarterback
Lincoln High School

It has been an tumultuous year the Lincoln football team over the last 12 months. A tough 45-44 double overtime loss is just one more hurdle, but Cochran and team can take heart. They put up a valiant effort. The junior had an incredible performance completing 10-of-19 passing attempts for 245 yards and four touchdowns of 76, 63, 21 and 10 yards. He also rushed for 115 yards on 15 carries scoring two more touchdowns in the 45-44 loss.

Brett Burgess
5-11 165 pounds
Senior Quarterback
Hudson Grimes
6-2 260 pounds
Senior Defensive Lineman
Cherokee County High School

Coty Blanchard is a hard act to follow, but Burgess is finding his way. The senior rushed for 114 yards on 18 carries. He also completed six of 11 pass attempts for 95 yards. He tossed a 51-yard touchdown pass and scored a two-point conversion on a botched snap for the extra point. Grimes graded out at 93%, made 11 tackles with three hurries in the 22-7 win over Crossville.

Colby Davis
5-10 200 pounds
Senior Wide Receiver
Elmore County High School

Davis caught eight passes for 144 yards and scored two touchdowns of 10 and 7 yards in the 35-27 win over Munford. He also rushed for a six-yard touchdown on an option play. Elmore County is off to a 3-0 start this season.

DeMarcus Tremble
5-9 150 pounds
Senior Running Back/Defensive Back
Springville High School

Tremble rushed for 273 yards on 29 carries and scored five touchdowns of 18, 10, 13, 37 and 24 yards. He reeled in five passes for 71 yards in the 41-21 win over Oneonta.

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