Underclassmen steal the show in week 10 of the Stars of Alabama:
Stars of Alabama 1A-2A
5-11, 175 pounds
Junior defensive end
6-3, 210 pounds
Senior wide receiver/defensive back
5-10, 210 pounds
Elba High School
Griffin, Cooks and Forbes each picked off a second half pass from UAB quarterback commitment Desmond Warren in their 21-14 over Houston County.
5-11, 180 pounds
Senior running back
Fyffe High School
Thrash's prep career will end this year, but last week he put his mark on the Fyffe football history books. The senior scored twice while rushing for 166 yards in the 54-21 win over West End Walnut Grove. This pushed his career total to 4,253 yards breaking Nick Bryant's record of 4,105 yards.
5-11, 185 pounds
Junior running back
Linden High School
Fritts rushed 235 yards on only seven carries. He scored four touchdowns in Linden's 51-0 dismantling of Autaugaville.
6-2, 170 pounds
Hackleburg High School
Bullock completed 15-of-23 pass attempts for 182 yards and two touchdowns of 25 and 15 yards in their 35-24 defeat of previously uneaten Berry. He also rushed for two touchdowns on nine and six yard runs.
Terrance "Tank" Hollingsworth
5-8, 175 pounds
Eighth grade running back
Berry High School
The phenom had 197 all-purpose yards including a 32-yard touchdown in the loss to Hackleburg.
6-0, 195 pounds
Westbrook Christian School
Mayfield completed 12-of-16 pass attempts for 183 yards scoring twice. He also rushed for 111 yards and scored three more times in their 34-7 win over Sand Rock.
5-8, 175 pounds
Senior running back
Coosa Christian School
Thomas rushed for 266 yards on 25 carries in the team's 50-14 win over Jacksonville Christian.
5-9, 165 pounds
Lamar County High School
Bradford rushed for 147 yards and scored two touchdowns on 51 and 58 yard runs in their 21-0 win over previously unbeaten Winston County. He also had a 28-yard touchdown pass.
6-1, 225 pounds
Isabella High School
Lawley had 16 tackles and two sacks in their 29-6 win over Shades Mountain Christian.
5-7, 170 pounds
Lynn High School
Clark recorded eight tackles and recovered a fumble in their team's 23-15 win over Hubbertville.
5-10, 170 pounds
Cedar Bluff High School
Crane completed 15 of his 27 pass attempts for 190 yards and three touchdowns. He also ran for a score in the 26-14 win over Gaylesville.
6-4, 200 pounds
Fayetteville High School
Traylor rushed for 167 yards on 30 carries scoring twice on 1 and 25 yard runs in the 22-0 win over Donoho.
5-9, 150 pounds
Hale County High School
Anderson completed 14-of-26 pass attemtps for 181 yards in the 20-12 win over Thorsby.
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