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Warren Central's Tim Kimbrough is Super Team Player of the Year


12:00 AM, Dec. 12, 2012 EST

Top college football prospect linebacker Tim Kimbrough of Warren Central. (Matt Detrich / The Star) / Indianapolis Star

Warren Central High School senior linebacker Tim Kimbrough committed to the University of Georgia before his senior year.

There was no resting on his laurels, however.

Kimbrough, the Indianapolis Star Indiana Mr. Football runner-up, had 90 solo tackles, 43 assists, 12 tackles for lost, four sacks, eight quarterback pressures, caused four fumbles and recovered two fumbles for the Warriors. For that performance, he earned the Indianapolis Star Super Team Player of the Year award. The team was selected by The Star's high school sports staff in consultation with the Indiana Football Coaches Association and Associated Press All-State voters.

Kimbrough is the second consecutive Warren Central defensive player to earn the award, following lineman Sheldon Day, who is now a member of No. 1-ranked Notre Dame. Though the Warriors were only 5-6, they didn't surrender more than 14 points in a game during the regular season and were eliminated in sectional by eventual Class 5A state champion Lawrence Central, 21-14.

Kimbrough chose Georgia over numerous other schools including Florida, Louisville, Oklahoma, Michigan State, Wisconsin, Indiana and Purdue. Get to know Kimbrough a little better:

Nicknames: Beasty Bro.

What made you decide on Georgia? "The main reason I love Georgia is I can get along with everybody down there. I feel like I'm home when I get there. They just have a great football program. On my official visit, I just had a great time."

What is you favorite class or why? "Math, I'm just good with numbers. I've always liked math my whole life."

Who has inspired you? "(Baltimore linebacker) Ray Lewis inspires me a lot because he comes out and plays hard every week. I know he's hurt right now. I just look up to him and hope I can be the same way."

What is your favorite video game? "NBA 2K13."

Where do you see yourself in 15 years? "In the NFL."

What is your favorite movie? "I got a lot of favorite movies, but I guess Dumb and Dumber."

Funniest teammate: "Jamaal Bridges. He's naturally funny and he can imitate everybody."

2013 Indianapolis Star Super Team
OFFENSE
PosNameSchoolYr.CollegeStatistics
OLTim GardnerLawrence CentralSr.Ohio StateTeam averaged 328.5 rushing yards per game
OLSkylar LacySouthportSr.Louisville31 pancake blocks
OLColin SandorCathedralSr.Air ForceTeam averaged 175.1 rushing yards, 188 passing
OLZack SchellingerChatardSr.UndecidedTeam averaged 255.4 rushing yards
OLFred HopkinsTechSr.UndecidedAveraged 4 pancake blocks per game
TENate WozniakCenter GroveSr.Undecided26 catches for 520 yards, 5 TDs
WRDominique BoothPikeJr.Undecided67 catches for 856 yards, 11 TDs
WRAustin RobertsCarmelJr.Undecided32 catches, 378 yards, 3 TDs
WRAnthony WarrumHeritage ChristianSr.Undecided90 catches, 1,813 yards, 26 TDs
QBDrake ChristenLawrence CentralSr.Undecided96-for-186 passes, 1,855 yards and 19 TDs
QBMatt HuntHertiage ChristianSr.Undecided179 rushes for 899 yards and 9 TDs
QBJake PurichiaCardinal RitterJr.Undecided179-of-248 passes, 2,960 yards, 45 TDs, 485 rushing yards
RBGino GillumCathedralSr.Undecided1,435 rushing yards on 230 carries, 20 TDs, 19 catches, 2 receiving TDs
RBAlex RodriguezLawrence CentralSr.Undecided1,370 rushing yards, 20 TDs, 16 catches, 2 receiving TDs
RBRyan RippHamilton SESr.Undecided1,205 rushing yards, 22 TDs in 8 games
ATHChase DutraBrownsburgSr.Indiana18.8 punt return average on 11 returns with 3 TDs, 402 rushing yards, 388 receiving yards
DEFENSE
DLElijah DanielAvonSr.Undecided56 solos, 29 assists, 16 TFL, 5 sacks
DLDavid KenneyPikeSr.Indiana28 solos, 48 assists, 19.5 TFL, 9 sacks
DLDarius LathamNorth CentralSr.Indiana18 solos, 19 assists, 13.5 TFL, 8 sacks, 2 FF, 2 FR
DLWilliam LeeTechSr.Ball State36 solos, 31 assists, 15 TFL, 10 sacks, 2 FF
DLJake PickettHamilton HeightsSr.Undecided68 solos, 50 assists, 10 TFL, 3 FR, 2 FF
LBJohn KennyCarmelSr.Iowa51 solos, 35 assists, 14 TFL, 4 sacks 2 FF, 1 FR
LBTim KimbroughWarren CentralSr.Georgia90 solos, 43 assists, 12 TFL, 4 sacks, 4 FC, 2 FR, 1 INT
LBBrandon LeeLawrence CentralJr.Undecided46 solo tackles, 35 assists, 2 fumble returns for TDs, 2 INT for TDs
LBConnor LudwigBrownsburgSr.Undecided58 solos, 23 assists, 5 TFL, 2 FC, 1 FC, 1 INT
LBMason NickellRoncalliSr.Undecided133 tackles, 3 sacks, 3 FF, 1 FR, 1 blocked punt
DBAntonio AllenBen DavisSr.Indiana55 tackles, 19 solos, 3 FF, 1 FR, 2 INT, 4 PBU
DBJoe FaganBishop ChatardSr.Undecided45 tackles, 5 TFL, 1 sack, 6 INT
DBStu StanleyCathedralSr.Ball State94 tackles, 3 TFL, 4 INT
DBMario SwannCenter GroveSr.Undecided68 solos, 13 assists, 2 FF, 4 PBU
SPECIAL TEAMS
PSterling SteadhamBen DavisSr.Undecided36.4 average
PKBrandon DowersBrownsburgJr.Undecided7-of-9 FGs, long of 44, 37-of-39 PATs

 

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