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Local athletes make USA Today's ALL-USA high school football team


1:47 PM, Jan. 13, 2014 EST

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WASHINGTON (USA Today Sports/WUSA 9) -- USA Today Sports released the 2013 American Family Insurance ALL-USA high school football team this week.

Local players Damian Prince of Bishop McNamara and Da'Shawn Hand of Woodbridge made the cut.

PHOTOS: 2013 ALL-USA high school football team

The 2013 American Family Insurance ALL-USA high school football team was chosen by USA TODAY's Jim Halley in consultation with high school coaches and recruiting analyst Tom Lemming.

All-USA Offense:

1). Dalvin Cook | RB | Central Miami | 5-11, 192 | Undecided

Ran for 223 yards and four touchdowns in the state 6A title game. Ran for 4,267 yards and 64 TDs in his career.

2). Malachi Dupre | WR | John Curtis Christian | River Ridge, La. | 6-4, 175 Undecided

Averaged 17.8 yards a catch to help lead his team to the state title.

3). Cole Hedlund | K | Argyle, Texas | 5-10, 170 | Arkansas

Has made 24 of 26 field goal attempts, with a long of 52 yards, and 101 of 101 point-after kicks. He fell one fieldgoal short of his national record of 25, set as a sophomore.

4). Allen Lazard | WR | Urbandale, Iowa | 6-5, 204 | Iowa State

The tree-time All-State player had 49 catches for 1,065 yards, including 16 for touchdowns.

5). Damien Mama | OL | St. John Bosco | Bellflower, Calif. 6-5, 360 Undecided The dominant lineman helped his team average 47.2 points a game.

6). Sony Michel | RB | American Heritage | Plantation, Fla. 5-11, 205 Georgia Ran for 1,828 yards and 24 touchdowns on 214 carries, leading his team to its first 5A state title.

7). Kyler Murray | QB | Allen, Texas | 5-11, 170 | Undecided

The junior, who has led his team to two consecutive state titles, has passed for 3,669 yards and 46 touchdowns while rushing for 1,274 yards and 19 touchdowns.

8). Damian Prince | OL | Bishop McNamara | Forestville, Md. | 6-5, 292 | Undecided

Played both ways and has great quickness for his size.

9). Trey Quinn | WR | Barbe | Lake Charles, La. | 6-1, 200 | LSU

Set a national record with 6,566 career receiving yards. Had 108 catches this season for 1,967 yards and 23 touchdowns.

10). Cameron Robinson | OL | West Monroe, La. | 6-6, 320 | Alabama

The all-state lineman the last two seasons was a finalist for the Chip Off the Old Block Award, given to the top high school lineman.

11). Braden Smith | OL | Olathe | SouthOlathe, Kansas | 6-6, 275 | Undecided

Can bench-press nearly 500 pounds and is the state discus and shot put champion. His father, Dave, was a linebacker at Kansas.

All-USA Defense

1). Dante Booker Jr. | LB | St. Vincent-St. Mary | Akron, Ohio | 6-3, 210 | Ohio State

Had 109 tackles. Led a defense that allowed 7.8 points a game. Led his team to two consecutive state titles. His father played linebacker at Auburn.

2). Andrew Brown | DL | Oscar Smith | Chesapeake, Va. | 6-3, 298 | Virginia

Had 93 tackles, including 28 for loss and 18 sacks, while leading his team to a 6A runner-up finish and 14-1 record.

3). Lorenzo Carter | DL | Norcross, Ga. | 6-5, 235 | Undecided

Had 132 tackles, including 88 solos and six sacks. Has played on four state championship teams. Played on Class Abasketball championship teams as a freshman and sophomore at Whitefield Academy (Mableton) and won a state title in football last season and this season at Norcross.

4). Da'Shawn Hand | DL | Woodbridge, Va. | 6-4, 260 | Alabama

A two-time preseason All-USA selection, he led the Vikings with 16 sacks and blocked two punts.

5). Marlon Humphrey | DB | Hoover, Ala. | 6-0, 168 | Undecided

Had 35 tackles and three interceptions. Has played on back-to-back 6A championship teams. In this year's 6A championship game, he caused a fumble, had five tackles and returned a punt 18 yards to set up a touchdown. Is the top-rated high school hurdler in the 110, 300 and 400 meters and is the son of former Alabama and NFL player Bobby Humphrey.

6). Adoree' Jackson | DB | Serra | Gardena, Calif. | 5-10, 172| Undecided

Had 36 tackles with six interceptions. On offense, rushed for 639 yards and five touchdowns and had 812 receiving yards with seven touchdowns. Scored six other touchdowns on returns, including three off interceptions.

7). Raekwon McMillan | LB | Liberty County | Hinesville, Ga. | 6-3, 235 | Ohio State

The four-year starter had 159 tackles this season, including 107 solo. Also hree forced fumbles and an interception.

8). Nyles Morgan | LB | Crete-Monee | Crete, Ill. | 6-1, 222 | Undecided

Had 100 tackles, including 12 for loss. Caused two fumbles and had three knockdowns, one interception returned for a touchdown and two sacks. His team went 40-2 in his three years as a starter.

9). Steven Parker | DB | Jenks, Okla. | 6-2, 185 | Undecided

Had 72 tackles and six interceptions. As a receiver, he had 34 catches for 614 yards and nine touchdowns.Tre Williams LB St. Paul's Episcopal, Mobile, Ala. 6-2, 220 Auburn Had 119 tackles, one sack, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

10). Gerald Willis III | DL | Karr, New Orleans | 6-4, 247 | Undecided

Younger brother of Alabama defensive back Landon Collins. Led his team to the 4A championship in 2012 and the 4A title game this season.

Posted 12/27/2013

 

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