64th AutoZone Liberty Bowl

December 28, 2022 - 4:30 PM CST

 

 
19th Annual
AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game
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Saturday, December 11, 2021 - Kickoff 2:30 P.M. - Memphis University School
 
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Rosters Loaded with Talent for
19th Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl
High School All-Star Game

Three Mr. Football Finalists Among All-Stars

The 19th Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game presented by ARS/Rescue Rooter and Conway Services and the Tennessee Highway Safety Office will feature the top senior players from Shelby County Schools, municipal schools and private schools in the Memphis area. Each player was selected on the basis of his character, his on and off-field achievements and his classroom performance.

Three finalists for the state of Tennessee’s Mr. Football Award are among this year’s All-Star Game participants: running back Jamarious Brooks from Central High School, running back Dallan Hayden of Christian Brothers High School and wide receiver Cameron Miller from Memphis Academy of Health Sciences. Lausanne Collegiate School wide receiver Craig Cunningham was a semi-finalist.

Quintin Jones, the head coach at Kingsbury High School, will coach the Red Team and Briarcrest Christian School head coach Brian Stewart will lead the Blue Team.

“With these two outstanding head coaches leading the teams and the abundance of talent that will be featured in the game, we will continue the tradition of excellence the All-Star Game has established over the past eighteen years,” said Steve Ehrhart, Executive Director of the AutoZone Liberty Bowl.

The All-Star Game will be played Saturday, December 11 at Memphis University School. Kickoff is at 2:30 p.m. Tickets cost $10, for kids 6 and under the cost is $5. Tickets may be purchased through the AutoZone Liberty Bowl ticket office by calling 795-7700. The game will be broadcast on radio on Sports 56 and 98.5 FM.
 
Red Team Roster

Number

First

Last

High School

Height

Weight

Position

1

Kenji

Lewis

East

6'2

205

QB

2

Cameron

Miller

MAHS

6'2

195

WR

3

Mac

Owen

MUS

6'1

170

WR

4

Quincy

Briggs

Central

5'9

165

WR

5

Bennett

Brady

ECS

6'2

196

SN

6

Kody

Jones

Germantown

6'1

190

DB

7

Charles

Perkins

MAHS

6'3

255

DL

8

Nick

Harvell

Brighton

6'1

220

QB

9

Jamal

Wright

Bluff City

5'7

180

LB

10

Jamarious

Brooks

Central

5'10

180

RB

11

Seamas

Carrasco

St. Benedict

5'11

165

DB

12

Kyle

Lowe

Fayette-Ware

5'11

185

QB

13

Neltrevon

Price

Fairley

6'2

185

QB

14

George

Hamsley

MUS

6'4

200

QB

15

Darrien

Lewis

Brighton

6'2

195

LB

16

Jermaine

Dodson

Melrose

5'9

190

RB

17

Ernest

London

Sheffield

6'2

210

LB

18

Luke

Washington

St. George's

6'2

210

LB

19

Jeremiah

Jordan

Cordova

6'2

190

DB

20

Malik

Williams

Trezevant

5'10

165

DB

21

Darryl

Grayson Jr.

Houston

6'0

220

LB

22

Ronald

Murphy

Hamilton

5'10

220

LB

23

Carmelo

Hollingsworth

Fairley

6'1

190

RB

24

Jimal

Oliver

B.T.W

5'8

225

LB

25

Montavious

Cooper

Melrose

6'0

145

DB

26

Hunter

Barnes

MUS

5'11

180

RB

27

Javeries

Suggs

Fairley

6'1

220

DL

28

Treymane

Cross

Kingsbury

5'10

175

WR

29

Ben

Steggall

Houston

5'11

185

DB

30

Will

Steggall

Houston

5'11

180

DB

31

Joseph

Murphy

MLK Prep

6'1

225

LB

33

John

Davis

Arlington

5'8

165

RB

34

Christian

Crew

Houston

6'1

210

LB

35

Marreion

Claybrooks

Germantown

6'0

195

LB

48

Jakob

DeShields

Arlington

6'0

202

K/P

50

Jaylin

Burgess

MASE

6'1

265

OL

51

Jamarious

Terry

Fayette-Ware

5'11

245

LB

52

Tariq

Robinson

Harding Academy

5'11

200

DL

54

Jaden

Jones

Fairley

6'0

259

DL

57

Adrian

Willis

Ridgeway

6'3

295

OL

70

Kevin

Parker

MBA

6'6

345

OL

72

Marcus

James

Germantown

6'4

310

OL

74

Luke

Moore

FACS

6'3

280

OL

78

Arthur

Vaughn

Germantown

6'4

305

DL

 

Red Team Coaching Staff

First Name

Last Name

High School

Head Coach

Quintin

Jones

Kingsbury High School

Asst Coach

Mitch

McDaniel

First Assembly Christian School

Asst Coach

Fred

Copeland

Fairley High School

Asst Coach

James

Thomas

Houston High School

Asst Coach

Julius

Jackson Jr.

Memphis Academy of Science and Engineering

Asst Coach

Joey

Magnifico

St. Benedict at Auburndale

Blue Team Roster

Number

First Name

Last Name

High School

Position

Height

Weight

1

Tyler

Woodard

Freedom Prep

WR

6'3

190

2

Ashton

Strother

CBHS

QB

6'2

215

3

Auvic

White

Munford

RB

5'11

195

4

Shamari

Covington

White Station

WR

6'0

170

5

Cortlynn

Barnes

Millington

WR

6'1

187

6

Hudson

Hollenbeck

Collierville

K/P

6'3

185

7

Houston

Wilhelm

Collierville

QB

6'0

185

8

Craig

Cunningham

Lausanne

RB

5'9

185

9

Jaylen

House

Kirby

RB

5'10

190

10

Joseph

Adams

Mitchell

WR

6'2

170

11

Bryce

Dailey

CBHS

DL

6'3

250

12

Logan

Land

Fayette Academy

LB

6'1

230

13

Darius

Naylor

Northpoint

WR

6'3

225

14

Payne

Fullen

Tipton-Rosemark

LB

6'2

210

15

Dallan

Hayden

CBHS

RB

 5’11

     195

16

Tevin

Carter

P.U.R.E

QB

 6’3

     230

17

Cameron

Wright

Craigmont

WR

6'0

185

18

Ben

Bolton

Lausanne

LB

6'2

220

19

Tanio

Yancey

Raleigh-Egypt

RB

5'9

190

20

Courtney

Bobo Jr.

Oakhaven

DB

5'10

176

21

Cameron

Robertson

Whitehaven

DB

6'2

175

22

Martavious

Dodson

Southwind

DB

5'9

172

23

Joseph

Daniels

Bolton

DB

5'10

170

24

Antonyus

Moore

Middle College

DB

5'10

175

25

Keyron

Crawford

Briarcrest

DL

6'6

225

26

Arendale

Robinson

Whitehaven

DB

5'9

185

27

Javante

Mackey

Whitehaven

DL

6'3

230

28

Ryan

Runnels

Bolton

WR

6'3

210

29

Terrence

Watson

Douglass

RB

6'0

200

30

Sh'marrious

Green

Manassas

LB

6'0

180

31

Jeremiah

Richardson

Wooddale

LB

6'2

235

32

Scotty

Moody Jr.

Westwood

LB

5'11

200

33

Derrick

Carroll

Briarcrest

LB

6'1

225

34

Quatrell

Black

Briarcrest

RB

5'10

175

35

Tony

Cox Jr.

Bartlett

DL

6'0

190

36

Brayden

Hendricks

Collierville

LB

6'2

220

37

Tylon

Nash

Mitchell

DB

6'3

200

46

Scottie

Roddy

KIPP

LB

5'11

275

50

Myles

Saulsberry

Lausanne

DL

6'0

260

51

Kyler

Jones

Overton

DL

6'1

275

56

Wesley

Davis

Briarcrest

OL

6'3

265

57

Ian

Falkner

Collierville

OL

6'3

295

67

Branson

Conner

Whitehaven

OL

6'7

330

72

Ben

Caviness

CBHS

OL

6'3

285

73

Christopher

Gilliland

Northpoint

OL

6'3

275

74

Saidou

Ba

P.U.R.E

OL

6'6

295

 

Blue Team Coaching Staff

First Name

Last Name

High School

Head Coach

Brian

Stewart

Briarcrest Christian School

Asst Coach

C.J.

Marshall

Bolton High School

Asst Coach

Joe

Rocconi

Collierville High School

Asst Coach

Chris

Jordan

Lausanne Collegiate School

Asst Coach

Tyler

Gold

Northpoint Christian School

Asst Coach

Rodney

Saulsberry

Whitehaven High School


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Quintin Jones and Brian Stewart, two of the top coaches in the Memphis area, will lead the teams in the 19th annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Football Game presented by ARS/Rescue Rooter and Conway Services and the Tennessee Highway Safety Office. Jones, the head coach at Kingsbury High School, will coach the Red Team. Stewart, the head coach at Briarcrest Christian School, will coach the Blue Team. The All-Star Game will feature the top senior players from Shelby County Schools, municipal schools and private schools in the Memphis area.

The game will be played Saturday, December 11 at Memphis University School. Kickoff is at 2:30 pm. Tickets cost $10, for kids 6 and under the cost is $5. The All-Star Game will be broadcast on radio by Sports 56 WHBQ / 98.5 FM.

“The AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game is well established and entrenched as one of the marquee events on the local high school scene,” said AutoZone Liberty Bowl associate executive director Harold Graeter. “With two outstanding coaches from Memphis leading the teams, we will continue the tradition of excellence the All-Star Game has created over the past eighteen years.”

Quintin Jones is in his fourth season as the head coach at Kingsbury. He was named the Falcons new head coach in 2018 and charged with rebuilding the Kingsbury program. In his first year, Kingsbury broke an 18-game losing streak and won the first 5-A region game in school history.  So far this season, Kingsbury is 2-5-1, winning back-to-back games for the first time since 2012. Prior to taking over as head coach at Kingsbury, Jones was an assistant coach at Westwood High School and Cordova High School. He served as an assistant coach in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game in 2018 and 2019. His brother, Anthony, was an All-Star Game head coach in 2016.               

“The AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game gives Memphis a chance to showcase the abundance of talent in the Memphis area,” said Jones. “It gives many seniors one last opportunity to go out as a winner in their final high school game if they didn’t win the state championship. It’s a great way to kick off the activities for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl.” 

Brian Stewart is in his eighth season as the head coach at Briarcrest. He was named head coach of the Saints in 2014. During his tenure at Briarcrest, Stewart has a record of 60-26, including a perfect 8-0 record this year. The Saints have reached the playoffs each season under Stewart. In addition to Briarcrest, Stewart has been a head coach at Middle Tennessee Christian School in Murfreesboro and at Jackson (TN) Christian School. He is a four-time assistant coach in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game.

“The AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game gives the fans an opportunity to see local talent that, in many cases, they have only heard or read about,” said Stewart. “Because of the exposure the game has created over the past years, there has been an increase in appreciation for the overall talent that Memphis and Shelby County have at all levels.”

The All-Star teams will be chosen by a selection committee comprised of area head coaches and other football analysts. Each player must have the recommendation of his head coach and will be selected on the basis of his character, on-field achievement and classroom performance.

Player nominations must be submitted to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl by Friday, November 5.         

Red Team Coaches:                               Blue Team Coaches:

(HC) Quintin Jones – Kingsbury H.S.      (HC) Brian Stewart – Briarcrest Christian

Frederick Copeland – Fairley H.S.          Chris Jordan – Lausanne Collegiate School

Julius Jackson, Jr. – MASE                     J.R. Kirby – Covington H.S.

Joey Magnifico – St. Benedict                 CJ Marshall – Bolton H.S.

Mitch McDaniel - FACS                           Joe Rocconi – Collierville H.S.

James Thomas – Houston H.S.              Rodney Saulsberry – Whitehaven H.S.

  
 

The 19th Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game will be played Saturday, December 11, 2021 at 2:30 PM at Memphis University School. The game will be broadcast on radio by Sports 56/87.7 FM. 

Each year, several all-star game participants sign a national letter of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level. Here's how many all-star game alumni have signed a national letter of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level:

Class of 2021 (2020 HS Football Showcase) - 44

Class of 2020 (2019 All-Star Game) - 44 

Class of 2019 (2018 All-Star Game) - 53 (record)

Class of 2018 (2017 All-Star Game) - 50 

Class of 2017 (2016 All-Star Game) - 20

Class of 2016 (2015 All-Star Game) - 20

Class of 2015 (2014 All-Star Game) - 38

Class of 2014 (2013 All-Star Game) - 33

Class of 2013 (2012 All-Star Game) - 46 

Class of 2012 (2011 All-Star Game) - 34

Class of 2011 (2010 All-Star Game) - 12

Class of 2010 (2009 All-Star Game) - 30

University of Memphis standout defensive lineman Dontari Poe, whose outstanding performance at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine led him to be drafted in the 1st round by the Kansas City Chiefs, played in the 2007 AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game. At the NFL combine, Poe (a product of Wooddale High School) had the highest number of bench press reps of any player (44). He also ran a 4.98 in the 40-yard dash which is quite impressive for a 6’4”, 346 lbs defensive lineman. Poe is one of the top defensive tackles in the NFL and was selected to play in the 2013 & 2014 Pro Bowl games.

O.C. Brown, the focal point of the 2012 Academy Award-winning documentary "Undefeated," participated in the 2009 AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game following a successful prep career at Manassas High School. Brown, who originally signed with Southern Miss, transferred to Austin Peay State University in the spring of 2012.

H.R. Greer, a standout fullback from SBEC, received very little attention from college recruiters before participating in the 2007 AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game. However, his performance in front of college coaches during the all-star game enabled him to earn a full scholarship to play at Ole Miss. Greer capped off his career with by being part of the senior class that helped the Rebels get back to the postseason.

During the 2010 NFL Draft, University of Tennessee standout defensive tackle Dan Williams was selected in the first round by the Arizona Cardinals (26th overall pick). Williams participated in the 2004 AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game after a successful prep career at East High School.

In 2009, University of Kentucky standout defensive lineman Jeremy Jarmon was selected in the third round of the NFL Supplemental Draft by the Washington Redskins. Jarmon, a standout at Houston High School, participated in the 2004 AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game. Jarmon also participated in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl as a key member of a Kentucky team that defeated ECU in the 50th Anniversary game. 

 
Inaugural All-Star Game
Final Score: Blue 14, Red 9
December 14, 2002
Head Coaches:
Ken Netherland - Germantown HS (Red)
Al Cate - Central HS (Blue)

 

2nd Annual All-Star Game
Final Score: Blue 7, Red 6
December 13, 2003
Head Coaches:
Maurice Harris - Whitehaven HS (Red)
Wayne Randall - East HS (Blue) 

 

3rd Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Red 17, Blue 10
December 11, 2004
Head Coaches:
Terry Ryan - Frayser HS (Red)
Kevin Locastro - CBHS (Blue)

 

4th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Red 14, Blue 7
December 10, 2005
Head Coaches:
Major Wright - White Station HS (Red)
Duron Sutton - Kingsbury HS (Blue) 

 

5th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Red 14, Blue 13
December 9, 2006
Head Coaches:
Tim Haney - Houston HS (Red)
John Cooley - Ridgeway HS (Blue)

 

6th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Blue 24, Red 13
December 15, 2007
Head Coaches:
Rodney Saulsberry - Whitehaven HS (Red)
Jim Heinz - ECS (Blue)

 

7th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Red 14, Blue 0
December 13, 2008
Head Coaches:
Stan Collins - Whitehaven HS (Red)
Tommy Harrison - Millington HS (Blue)

 

8th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Blue 18, Red 14
December 12, 2009
Head Coaches:
Nathan Cole - Mitchell HS (Red)
Charlie White - Germantown HS (Blue)

 

9th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Red 17, Blue 14
December 11, 2010
Head Coaches:
Rahnmann Slocum - Fairley HS (Red)
Robert Armbruster - Bartlett HS (Blue) 

 

10th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Red 14, Blue 7
December 10, 2011
Head Coaches:
Devin Rutherford - White Station HS (Red)
Earl Lester - Kingsbury HS (Blue)

 

11th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Blue 58, Red 49
December 8, 2012
Head Coaches:
Marcus Wimberly - East HS (Red)
Chris Wiley - Arlington HS (Blue) 

 

 
12th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Blue 43, Red 38
December 14, 2013
Head Coaches:
Lynord Crutchfield - Central HS (Red)
Chris Michael - Millington HS (Blue)

 

13th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Blue 45, Red 39
December 13, 2014
Head Coaches:
Robby Donaldson - FACS (Red)
Cecil VanHooks - Craigmont HS (Blue)

 

 
14th Annual All-Star Game
 Final Score: Red 18, Blue 14
 December 12, 2015
 Head Coaches:
 Glenn Rogers, Sr. - South Side (Red)
 Tom Nix - CBHS (Blue)

 

15th Annual All-Star Game
Final Score: Blue 10, Red 3
December 10, 2016
Head Coaches:
Joe Rocconi - White Station (Red)
Anthony Jones - Cordova (Blue)

 

16th Annual All-Star Game
Final Score: Red 31, Blue 28
December 9, 2017
Head Coaches:
Jerome Griffin - Wooddale (Red)
David Carter - St. George's  (Blue)

 

17th Annual All-Star Game
Final Score: Red 13, Blue 2
December 8, 2018
Head Coaches:
Johnny Allen - Harding Academy (Red)
Carl Coleman - Manassas  (Blue)

 

18th Annual All-Star Game
Final Score: Red 14, Blue 10
December 14, 2019
Head Coaches:
Gene Robinson - Fairley (Red)
Preston Harris - Douglass (Blue)

 
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