Toyota All-Star Classic To Be Televised

Saturday, December 07, 2013 - by special report to

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Toyota Dealers and the Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association (TACA) are proud to announce that the seventh Toyota East/West All-Star Classic will air live on four TV stations across Tennessee and will also be available for both live and on demand use via

The annual all-star game takes place on Friday, Dec. 13, at 7pm CST from Tucker Stadium on the campus of Tennessee Tech University.

The 7th Annual Toyota East/West All-Star Classic features 88 of Tennessee’s top high school football players divided into East and West teams. Stations carrying this year’s game include:

Nashville: WUXP MyTV 30

Knoxville: MyVLT

Tri-Cities: WAPK MyTV Tri-Cities

Chattanooga: MyTV Chattanooga

Fans who are unable to watch the live TV broadcast will be able to watch the game live on the Internet at For more information on this year’s game, follow us on Twitter @tnallstar.


East Hamilton's Ted Gatewood will coach the East squad. 

2013 East All-Stars



No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. High School College


1 Stinson, JaJuan WR 5-7 170 Knox. Central

2 Hawkins, Xavier WR 5-10 170 Fulton

3 Underwood, Cody LB 6-1 215 Knox. West

4 Onwu, Tad CB 6-0 175 Riverdale

5 Eddings, Tyler CB 5-10 185 Shelbybville

6 Herink, Austin QB 6-3 210 Cleveland

7 Smith, Devin QB 6-4 195 Knox. Grace

8 Melton, Matt CB 5-9 175 Webb

10 Moore, Hunter QB 6-0 210 East Hamilton

11 Gaglianone, Rafael K 6-0 220 Baylor

12 York, Connor Athlete 6-1 190 Upperman

14 Rollins, Darrell RB 5-9 173 Fulton

15 Harding, Denzel RB 5-10 175 Siegel

16 Cantrell, Hunter P/TE 6-1 220 White Co.

17 Williams, Jaquial WR 6-1 185 Austin East

19 Corder, Styles WR 6-0 170 Blackman

20 Love, Malik CB 5-10 170 Alcoa

23 Prevo, Shawn RB 6-1 180 Maryville

25 Smith, Penny Athlete 6-2 180 Fulton

27 Jones, D. J. CB 6-1 180 Cleveland

30 Wright, Trevor S 6-0 175 Greeneville

33 Peters, Nick LB 5-11 215 Siegel

34 West, Cole S 6-1 180 Oneida

38 Stricklin, David DE 5-10 240 Ooltewah

48 Porter, George RB 5-9 185 Baylor

49 Wright, Zac DE 6-2 240 Alcoa

50 Allen, Antonio LB 6-3 235 Blackman

56 Mitchell, Kahlil LB 5-11 205 South Pittsburg

57 Morris, Nathan OL 6-3 240 Knox. Grace

59 Young, Braylon DT 6-2 290 Alcoa

60 Daniel, B. J. LB/LS 6-1 205 Cannon Co.

65 Napier, Benson OL 6-1 305 Coalfield

66 Pyke, Matthew OL/LS 6-3 295 Anderson Co.

70 Yates, Caleb OL 6-4 285 Oakland

72 Barrett, Austin DT 6-3 275 Oakland

73 Greer, Chandler OL 6-5 275 Bearden

75 Adams, Aaron OL 6-5 315 Science Hill

77 Nobles, David OL 6-3 240 Ooltewah

78 Scates, Michael OL 6-5 290 Fulton

79 Sensabaugh, Nick DT 6-1 305 Dobyns Bennett

84 Williams, Billy DE 6-3 235 Farragut

87 Mitchell, Adam WR 6-3 190 Tennessee

88 Thomas, Will DE 6-2 250 Baylor

89 Herndon, Tre CB 6-0 175 East Hamilton

Inj. - Gatewood, Austin DE 6-1 215 East Hamilton

HEAD COACH: Ted Gatewood (East Hamilton)

COORDINATORS: Offense - Steve Matthews (Knox. Catholic), Defense - Thomas McDaniel (Oakland)

ASSISTANT COACHES: Ron Crawford (Cleveland), Scott Cummings (Knox. West), Brian Pankey (Kingston), Stanton Stevens (LaVergne), John Webb (Rockwood).

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