Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Army all-American game may have N.C. feel

The prestigious U.S. Army all-American game, which features top prep seniors from around the country, has just announced its 400 nominees for the Jan. 9 contest, to be played in San Antonio's Alamodome. And the state of North Carolina could be well-represented.

Among the nominees for the 90 roster spots in the 10th anniversary game are 14 North Carolinians. There were 15, but someone stuck Price Litton, a rising junior QB at Providence Day, on the list. They'll just have to un-stick him and wait 'til next year.

In alphabetical order, they are:

Keenan Allen, WR, Northern Guilford High

Tyler Brosius, QB, Waynesville Tuscola High

Anthony Creecy, WR, Southern Durham High

Robert Crisp, OL, Chapel Hill High

Lawrence Dixon, OL, Fayetteville Byrd High

Alfie Hill, DL, West Brunswick High

Fre'Shad Hunter, DL, Cary High

Victor Hampton, DB, Independence High

Gabe King, DL, high school undetermined

T.J. Leifheit, OL, Wilmington Hoggard High

Ty Linton, LB, Charlotte Christian School

A.J. Marshall, DB, Southern Durham High

Kendall Moore, LB, SE Raleigh High

Joshua Snead, RB, Smithfield Selma High


Anonymous said...

NC State will land 5 of those guys.

Anonymous said...

It won't do NC STATE any good-they will have another losing record this year and next!

Anonymous said...

NC State is boring and sucks big time-just a bunch of farmers and cotton mill workers! Who friggin cares!

Anonymous said...

How could Price Litton--a kid who has never even taken a meaningful varsity snap in his career--get listed? Can someone please tell me how this kid gets so much hype. He must have a very good PR person!