Rosters Announced For Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Football Game

Monday, May 26, 2014 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com

Rosters for the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star football game on June 6 have been announced:

2014 TENNESSEE ALL-STARS

Tad Whitaker (East Ridge)
C.J. Baker (East Ridge)
Mike Knox (East Ridge)
Mike Williams (Ooltewah)
David Strickland (Ooltewah)
Mike Robinson (Red Bank)
Ike Ateca (Grace Academy)
Will Slack (Grace Academy)
Sedric Jordan (Brainerd)
Sam Caffey (Brainerd)
Jim Cardwell (Boyd-Buchanan)
Dimtrius Patterson (Rhea County)
Terance Brooks (Howard)
Haasan Miller (Tyner)
Arthur Coefield (Tyner)
Colton Rogers (Silverdale)
Lincoln Phillips (Silverdale)
Robert Kidwell (Notre Dame)
Clay Heltzel (Notre Dame)
Isiah Robinson (Hixson)
Kendrick Bradley (Hixson)
Charles Franklin (Hixson)
Terry Tiller (Chatt.

Central)
Ja'Quirius Cole (Chatt. Central)
Robert McMahan (Cleveland)
Darius Pillow (Cleveland)
Tristan Dawson (Bledsoe County)
Diamez Franklin (Signal Mountain)
Micah Pressley (Signal Mountain)
Jacob Wright (Signal Mountain)
Justin Campbell (Franklin County)
D.J. Samuels (Franklin County)
Tanner Plemmons (Polk County)
Ricky Fehr (South Pittsburg)
Payne Mosley (South Pittsburg)
Tony Francois (East Hamilton)
Alonzo Francois (East Hamilton)
Hamilton Shoemaker (Marion County)
Dee Crisp (Bradley Central)
Jordan Timmons (Bradley Central)
Eduardo Trevino (Bradley Central)
Cam Walker (McCallie)
C.J. Fritz (McCallie)
Andrew Busby (McCallie)
Dre Hall (McMinn County)
Treavor Crisp (McMinn County)
Gage Johnson (McMinn Central)
Tracy Malone - Head Coach
(Tennessee assistant coaches not provided)

2014 GEORGIA ALL-STARS

Josh Aaron (Gilmer)
Tyler Bertolini (Gilmer)
Bailey Lambert (Gilmer)
Trevor Brown (Christian Heritage)
Will Fischer (Christian Heritage)
Austin Byrd (Calhoun)
Chandler Curtis (Calhoun)
Tydus Curtis (Calhoun)
Bo Dooley (Gordon Central)
Antwan Harris (Gordon Central)
Jacob Mitchell (Gordon Central)
Hunter Clark (LaFayette)
Clayton Underwood (LaFayette)
Tracy Miller (LaFayette)
Matt Cloer (Southeast Whitfield)
Blake Foster (Southeast Whitfield)
Damian Manning (Southeast Whitfield)
Jonathon Sanchez (Southeast Whitfield)
Damien Goins (Heritage)
DeAngelo Smith (Ridgeland)
Trey Stubbs (Ridgeland)
Noah Cooper (Ridgeland)
Jermane Conyers (Ridgeland)
Dillon Peterman (Ridgeland)
Christian Plott (Ringgold)
Dakota Baer (Ringgold)
Skyler Esmann (Chattooga)
Austin Harris (Adairsville)
Trey Lloyd (Adairsville)
Trevor Lloyd (Adairsville)
Dovanta Pitts (Adairsville)
Dalton Hegwood (Trion)
Bret Peterson (Trion)
Jesse House (Cartersville)
Justin Reed (Cass)
Montavious Parker (Cass)
Keylon Woodard (Cass)
Josh Keener (Dalton)
Tevin McDaniel (Northwest Whitfield)
Lance Morris (Model)
Cameron O'Neal (Model)
Jared Pepper (Model)
Sky Rogers (LFO)
Brandon Etheridge (Cass)


Coaches
Chad Fisher - Head Coach
Chris Parker - Offensive Coordinator
Tim James - Defensive Coordinator
Dave Humphries - Special Teams
Scott Chandler - Linebackers
Benji Frazier - Defensive Backs
Matt Yarbrough - Wide Receivers
Charlie Wiggins - Offensive Line
Matt Versluis - Offensive Line
Muhammad Abdellatif  - Defensive Backs/Defensive Assistant
Sam Forrester - Offensive Assistant
Patrick Liner - Running Backs
Bradley Warren  - Offensive Assistant
David Gibson - Defensive Line


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