East-West All-Stars Football Schedule for today’s Game Day, plus Roster, Players’ Bios and Coaches Bios on Game Tonight at Jamieson Stadium:Hardin and Whicker(Page), Hunt(SG) and Weeks(SWG)

Posted by Andy Durham on July 20, 2016 at 9:44 am under High School | Read the First Comment

East-West Football for Today/Wednesday:
Wed., 7/20
10:00am-11:00 East Football walk through at Jamieson Stadium, Grimsley HS
11:00am-Noon West Football walk through at Jamieson Stadium, Grimsley HS
8:00pm Game begins

2016 East West Football
WEST

# Player Pos. Ht Wt School
2 Nique Martin WR 6’2 185 East Forsyth
3 Wayne Robertson DB 5’9 165 Asheboro
4 Ron Hunt WR 6’2 180 Southern Guilford
5 Michael Jones WR 5’8 160 Morehead
6 Jarvis Hutchins DB 6’2 170 East Rutherford
7 Joseph Bruner K 5’11 164 Jay M Robinson
8 Chase Parker QB 6’1 170 North Buncombe
9 Ben Ellis WR 5’10 175 Davie High
10 Rahim Mateen WR 6’1 170 Jordan Matthews
18 Tyquan Anderson DB 5’8 150 Thomasville
19 Kacey Otto QB 6′ 200 West Rowan
20 Steven Beck LB 5’10 220 Freedom
21 LaMar “Montel” Goods RB 5’11 205 Northwood
22 Floyd Louallen RB 5’7 160 Forest Hills
23 Demitrius Spury LB 6’2 195 Mooresville
24 Aundreas Hill LB 5’11 215 AC Reynolds
25 Damonte Poole DB 5’9 150 Shelby
31 Tyriek Ramseur DB 5’11 175 Crest
32 Lance Moore LB Weddington
33 Colton Weeks LB 6’2 215 Southwest Guilford
42 Myles Moore LB 6’1 220 Weddington
44 Larry Blanton LB 6’1 235 Rocky River
50 Nathan Whicker DL 6’3 260 Page
60 Jake Appling OL 6’3 285 Shelby
65 Javonte Love DL 6’1 280 Central Cabarrus
70 Greg Brooks OL 6’2 285 Walkertown
72 Cameron Peters OL 6’2 280 A.L. Brown
73 Sawyer Kimmer OL 6’4 285 East Rowan
75 Will Hardin OL 6’3 290 Page
76 Cordell Williams DL 6’2 265 Southern Alamance
77 Isaac Allen DL 6’1 260 Mountain Heritage
78 Wyatt Burnette OL 6’4 275 Franklin
85 Mason Flynt TE 6’3 210 Ledford
90 Dantrell Barkley DL 6’3 285 AL Brown
92 James Dodson DL 6’2 270 Eastern Alamance
95 Najae Buchanan LB 6′ 220 AC Reynolds
Head Coach: Clay Lewis Hibriten
Asst. Coaches: Curtis Cagle North Buncombe
Tim Carson Weddington
Bill Hall Northwood
Dave Hunt Davie
Marty Scotten Jordan-Matthews

2016 East West Football
EAST

# Player Pos. Ht Wt School
2 Daryus Skinner DB 5’11 165 Richmond
3 Anthony Berry WR 6’0 170 Kinston
4 Clarence Jones RB 6’1 200 Northeastern
5 Trey Owens DB 5’9 170 Havelock
6 Tyler Thomas DB 5’9 170 Wake Forest
7 Deandre’ Blevins DB 6’1 182 West Johnston
8 Cameron Moore DB 6’2 175 West Montgomery
9 John Brooks WR 6’4 187 James Kenan
10 Tre Wade QB 6’1 190 Greene Central
11 Ethan Bridges LB 6′ 190 Croatan
14 Zack Foster QB 6’2 174 Southern Nash
17 Michael Evans TE 6’3 233 White Oak
20 Kyle Corbett K 6′ 185 Pinecrest
22 Paul Underwood RB 5’10 185 Seventy First
23 Nick Bynum RB 5’7 205 Rocky Mount
25 Jaleel Scroggins DB 5’11 175 Southern Durham
32 JaQuan Artis LB 6’2 220 Kinston
33 Jaquay Mitchell WR 5’11 160 Southern Nash
34 Devon Hunt LB 6’1 205 Richmond
43 Charles Nobles LB 5’11 225 New Bern
44 Jordan Howard LB 6’2 196 North Brunswick
45 Donovan Wirt LB 6’2 250 Hoke County
47 Brad Monroe WR 6’1 190 Greene Central
53 Brooks Verona OL 6’2 260 Clayton
54 Donte Wooten OL 6’4 280 SE Raleigh Magnet
65 Isaac Williams OL 6’2 250 Panther Creek
66 Timon McMillan OL 6′ 300 Scotland
72 Amorris Liles DL 6’2 330 Beddingfield
76 Zach Jacobs OL 6’4 285 Cleveland
78 Gabe Ellis OL 6′ 270 West Montgomery
85 Isaiah “Tre” Cogdell TE 6’2 220 DH Conley
88 Hunter Louthan TE 6’4 220 Hoggard
90 Rakym Chapman DL 6’3 315 JH Rose
92 Roderick Perry DL 6’1 285 Cary
98 R-Kel Vera DL 6’4 318 Jack Britt
99 Mazani Stubbs DL 6′ 235 Scotland

Head Coach: Tom Nelson Fike
Asst. Coaches: Don Andrews Corinth-Holders
Paul Cornwell III Ayden-Griffin
David Perry Croatan
Bill Sochovka Pineforest
Beau Williams Jacksonville

West Players’ Bios:
(Guilford County)
Will Hardin
Will…Page…6-3, 290…OL…coached by Kevin Gillespie…as senior, named All-Conference, All-Area…graded out at 87% with 65 pancake blocks…as junior, named All-Conference…graded out at 80% with 18 pancake blocks…also named All-Conference in baseball and wrestling…plans to attend and play for Appalachian State University where he will major in athletic training…wants to pursue a career as a strength coach…favorite college athlete is Lorezon Featherson…favorite pro athlete is David Ortiz…says “I am honored and excited about being chosen to play in the East-West All-Star game. I have been to many all-star games at Jamieson Stadium, and now I get to play in one! I look forward to meeting quality players and coaches from across NC.”

Ron Hunt
Ron…Southern Guilford…6-2, 180 …WR…coached by Darryl Brown…as senior, named All-Conf, team Offensive POY…holds 3 school records: most receiving yards in a career, most receiving TDs in a career, and most receiving TDs in a season…as junior, named All-Conf, All-Area…also competed in track for 3 years, where he was named All-Conference in the 2×200 relay, and basketball for 3 years, earning team Defensive Player of the Year honors…A/B Honor Roll…scholarship to play for NC A&T where he will major in sports medicine / athletic training… plans to pursue a career in athletic training…favorite college athlete is Tyler Boyd…favorite pro is Randy Moss…says “I am excited to play in the all-star game because it gives me another opportunity to showcase my talent and represent my high school and future university. It is also a great opportunity to compete with some of the best athletes across NC.”

Colton Weeks
Colton…Southwest Guilford…6-2, 215…LB…coached by Eric Rainey…as senior, named All-Conference…175 tackles – 112 solo…as junior, had 130 tackles – 83 solo, 47 assisted tackles…scholarship with UNC Pembroke where he will major in business management…wants to pursue a career in the military…favorite college athlete is Robert Nkemdiche…favorite pro athlete is JJ Watt…says “I am very excited to be participating in the all-star game where I will be representing both Southwest Guilford and UNC Pembroke. I expect to gain a better idea of how it will feel to play with some of the best in the state.”

Nathan Whicker
Nathan…Page…6-3, 260…DL…coached by Kevin Gillespie…as senior, had 85 tackles, 2 fumble recoveries, 1 sack…scholarship to Methodist University where he will major in exercise science…wants to own his own physical therapy office…favorite college athlete is Derrick Henry…favorite pro athlete is JJ Watt…says “I feel it’s an honor to play in the all-star game. Last year my two teammates played in the game as well, so I feel honored to be able to go and represent my high school. I will give my all every day and look forward to winning the game with my teammates.”

*****from the Area:*****

Nique Martin
Nique…East Forsyth…6-2, 185…WR…coached by Todd Willert…as senior, named NCPreps All-State as a kick returner, All-Conf…1,183 yds, 12 TDs receiving….2,022 all-purpose yds, 22 all-purpose TDs…as junior, named All-Conf…1,022 yds, 13 TDs receiving…1,799 all-purpose yds, 17 all-purpose TDs…also competed in track, running in the 100 and the 4×100 relay…undecided about college choice…plans to major in business…favorite pro athlete is Tavon Austin…says “I’m very excited and thankful to have the opportunity to play in the all-star game. I think by playing in this game, I’ll have another chance to showcase my talents to the colleges.”

Greg Brooks
Greg…Walkertown…6-2, 285…OL…coached by Josh Pardue…as senior, named All-Conference, All-Northwest, Offensive Lineman of the Year…as junior, named All-Conference…as sophomore, named All-Conference…named All-Tournament in baseball…scholarship to play at Lenoir-Rhyne University where he will major in psychology…wants to pursue a career in the NFL or in criminal psychology…favorite pro athlete is Le’Veon Bell…says “I am excited and grateful for the opportunity to participate in the event. I expect to gain some knowledge and be able to compete against some of the top players in the state.”

Michael Jones
Michael…Morehead…5-8, 160…WR…coached by Earl Bates…as senior, named All-Conf…79 receptions for 1,137 yds, 9 TDs…1,929 all-purpose yards…on defense, had 54 tackles and 7 interceptions…as junior, named All-Conf…had 528 yds, 2 TDs receiving…on defense, had 59 tackles, 1 interception…as sophomore, had 361 yds, 4 TDs receiving…also named All-State and All-Conf in wrestling…member of Men of Valor, FCA, DECA, JROTC…Presidential Award for Academic Excellence recipient…Nat’l Young Medical Professional’s Award recipient…undecided about college choice…plans to major in exercise science…favorite college athlete is Calvin Ridley…favorite pro is Steve Smith…says “I feel honored to play in the all-star game. I am expecting to gain experience with great competition from participating.”

James Dodson
James…Eastern Alamance…6-2, 270…DL…coached by John Kirby…as senior, named All-Conference, All-Region…107 solo tackles, 52 assists, 7 sacks, 16 QB hurries…as junior, named All-Conference…85 solo tackles, 45 assists, 4 sacks, 12 QB hurries…undecided about college choice…plans to major in criminal justice…wants to pursue a career as a game warden…favorite college athlete is Ryan Switzer…favorite pro athlete is JJ Watt… says “I am very excited to be chosen for this event. I want to make my family and teammates proud. This was my goal, and I will do my best to make this a great experience. I look forward to meeting the other players and competing at a high level.”

Cordell Williams
Cordell…Southern Alamance…6-2, 265…DL…coached by Andrew Carrouth…as senior, named All-Conf, All-Region…88 tackles, 8 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, 4 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, 1 INT…as junior, had 71 tackles, 5 sacks, 15 tackles for loss, 2 forced fumbles…as soph, had 62 tackles, 5 sacks, 10 tackles for loss, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries…also played basketball for 4 years…member of FFA, FCA…undecided about college choice…will major in business…wants to run his own business…favorite college athlete is Shaq Lawson…favorite pro athlete is Cameron Wake…says “I feel like it’s blessing and a long way coming. I am very excited to receive this invitation to be a part of this all-star game. I’m expecting for this to be a great learning experience and prepare me for college.”

Mason Flynt
Mason…Ledford…6-3, 210…TE…coached by Chris Adams…as senior, named All-Conf, All-County…Golden Helmet Award recipient…287 yds, 4 TDs receiving, avg’d 18 yards per catch…as junior, named All-Conf…Most Improved Player Award recipient…157 yards receiving…2 time regional finalist and 1 time regional champion in wrestling, placing 3rd in the state at 3A 220 lbs weight class…member of Nat’l Honor Society, Beta Club, Math Club…class secretary…graduated magna cum laude…scholarship to play at Wingate where he will major in business…wants to start his own business…his father is his role model…favorite college athlete is Ryan Switzer…favorite pro is Tom Brady…says “I am very excited to represent my high school and my family by playing in this game.”

Wayne Robertson
Wayne…Asheboro…5-9, 165…DB…coached by Owen George…as senior, had 16 solo tackles, 5 pass break-ups…9 kick returns for 386 yds, 1 TD…as junior, had 21 solo tackles, 4 pass break-ups, and 1 INT…14 kick returns for 450 yds, 2 TDs…as soph, had 13 solo tackles, 5 pass break-ups, 1 INT…also competed in track where he was 3 times named All-Conf and All County, was a regional champ in the triple jump and was a 2-time participant in the state meet…member of DECA Club…A/B Honor Roll…undecided about college choice…plans to major in marketing….wants to pursue a career in marketing or advertising or as an entrepreneur…favorite college athlete is Ryan Switzer…favorite pro is Cam Newton…says “I feel like it will get me prepared to play in college by competing against top competition. It will also provide good exposure for not only myself but also Asheboro HS.”

2016 Football Coaches
West Team

Clay Lewis
West head coach is entering his 7th season as the head football coach at Hibriten High where he has compiled a career record of 51-27 in 6 seasons and his teams have made 6 state playoff appearances….also serves as an assistant track coach and has previously served as the wrestling coach, winning one conference title and being named Conference Coach of the Year…born in Rowland, NC…1984 graduate of South Robeson High where he was a 4-year starter in football and was 3 times named All-Conference, All-County, and All-East in …1989 graduate of Lenoir-Rhyne…says “It is truly an honor to have been selected to coach in the East-West All-Star game. I owe this opportunity to the Hibriten coaches and players whom I have worked with throughout the years.”

Curtis Cagle
West assistant coach is entering his 5th season as head football coach at North Buncombe High where his teams have gone 14-27 and made one state playoff appearance in 4 seasons…previously coached at Pisgah High where he served as an assistant football coach for 15 years (compiling a record of 39-11 in 5 years as the head jv coach), head swimming coach for 2 years (with first ever men’s regional qualifiers) and assistant and then head baseball coach and head golf coach (golf team was a 3-time regional qualifier) ….prior to that, he coached at West Henderson High, serving as an assistant football coach and head swimming coach (men’s and women’s teams twice won conference titles)…born in Waynesville, NC…1986 graduate of Pisgah High where he was a 3-year letterman in football and baseball and a 2-year letterman in basketball and track…1993 graduate of Western Carolina University…says “Coaching in this all-star game is a great honor and I am just glad to be a part of it. I have watched this game played for 23 years and now I get to coach in it. I am truly blessed that I get to meet and talk football with so many great and accomplished coaches and coach some of the best football players in the state of North Carolina. I am looking forward to this opportunity and can’t wait to get started.”

Tim Carson
West assistant is entering his 6th season as the head football coach at Weddington High where his teams have gone 52 – 16 in 5 seasons…has compiled a career record of 87 – 80 in 13 seasons and his teams have won 2 conference titles and made 7 state playoff appearances, including finishing as the state championship runners-up in 2014…twice named Conference Coach of the Year…previously served as an assistant football and wrestling coach at Sun Valley High and as an assistant track coach, head wrestling coach (named Conference Coach of the Year) and assistant and then head football coach at Parkwood High…born in Seneca, SC…1984 graduate of Seneca High (SC) where he was twice named All-Conference in football and baseball and finished third in the state in wrestling…1988 graduate of Mars Hill College…says he is “very honored to be selected for this opportunity to coach in the all-star game.”

Bill Hall
West assistant coach is entering his14th season as the head football coach at Northwood High where he has compiled a career record of 114-64 in 13 seasons and his teams have won 4 conference titles and made 13 state playoff appearances…3-times named Conference Coach of the Year and County Coach of the Year…Northwood High’s all-time winningest football coach…has previously coached women’s basketball, men’s golf, jv baseball, and women’s softball at Northwood High and served as an assistant football and baseball coach at Pinecrest High…born in Southern Pines, NC…1983 graduate of Pinecrest High were he was named All-County and team captain in football and baseball…1988 graduate of UNC Wilmington…says “It is a great honor to be selected as an NCCA all-star coach. It is a dream come true. This honor is because of all the hard work of my staff over the previous 14 seasons and all the great players we have had.”

Dave Hunt
West assistant coach is entering his 15th year as the assistant football coach at Davie High where those teams have gone 99 – 71 in 14 seasons…his teams have gone 296-134-2 and won 12 conference titles and made 18 state playoff appearances, including winning 3 state championships, in 36 seasons… …previously coached baseball at Davie High and football, baseball, and basketball at Princeton High and John Graham High, and football and baseball at West Rowan High…compiled a career record of 293-178 as head baseball coach, winning 2 conference titles at Princeton High and 6 conference titles at Davie High…born in Lexington, NC…1966 graduate of Denton High where he played football, basketball, and baseball…1970 graduate of Appalachian State University…earned masters degree from Appalachian State University in 1989…says of coaching in the all-star game: “It is one of the highest honors that a coach can receive. I feel truly, truly blessed to have been chosen.”

Marty Scotten
West assistant coach is entering his 21st season as the head football coach of Jordan-Matthews High where he has compiled a career record of 124-117-1 in 20 seasons and his teams have made 17 state playoff appearances…named 2002 Conference Coach of the Year…previously served as the head men’s track coach, assistant baseball coach (including head jv coach), and assistant basketball coach (including head jv coach), and assistant football coach…born in Siler City, NC…1985 graduate of Jordan-Matthews High where he played football and was twice named All-Conference in baseball…1990 graduate of Guilford College where he played baseball…says of playing in the all-star game: “It is a great honor to serve as a coach in a game that has the rich history and tradition of the NCCA East-West All-Star football game. I am very thankful for the opportunity.”

East Team

Tom Nelson
East Head coach is entering his 6th season as the head football coach at Fike High where he has compiled a record of 32-25 in 5 seasons…has compiled a career record of 100-74 in 23 seasons…previously served as head coach at North Johnston High and Beddingfield High…named 2013 Big East Coach of the Year…in addition to football, he has coached baseball, golf, track, and wrestling…previously coached in the 2006 Shrine Bowl and as an assistant in the 2011 NCCA East-West All-Star Game…born in Michigan…1989 graduate of Hunt High where he played football and baseball…1993 graduate of Lees-McRae…says that it is a “terrific honor to be named the head coach in the East-West all-star game.”

Don Andrews
East assistant coach recently retired after serving 6 seasons as the assistant football coach at Corinth-Holders High where they have compiled a record of 30-30 and have won 1 conference title and made 4 playoff appearances…previously served as the football coach at North Johnston High (coached in 2005 Eastern Championship), Albermarle High, West Johnston High, Smithfield-Selma High (coached in 1985 Eastern Championship), Erwin High, and Watauga High…also started the softball program at Corinth-Holders… coached softball at North Johnston High and softball and baseball at Smithfield-Selma High…born in Washington, D.C….1975 graduate of R.J. Reynolds High where he played football and baseball…previously attended Mount Tabor High where he played baseball and was co-captain of the football team…1980 graduate of Appalachian State University…says he is “very honored to be chosen for the East-West game! I am proud to have worked in all the different schools and with different coaches, and to have been privileged to have coached a lot of fine young people over 30 plus years. I would like to mention the honor of working with the following head coaches in my career: Bill Maudlin (Watauga), Jack Gaster, Dean Manges, and Joe McCullen (all from Smithfield-Selma), Charles Bradshaw (West Johnston), Baxter Morris (Albermarle), Ken Avant and Tom Nelson (both from North Johnston), and Barry Honeycutt and Bubba Williams (both from Corinth-Holders).”

Paul Cornwell
East assistant coach is entering his 12th season as the head football coach at Ayden-Grifton High where he has compiled a career record of 102-46 in 11 seasons and his teams have won 5 conference titles and made 11 state playoff appearances…3 times named Conference Coach of the Year and Area Coach of the Year…named the Carolina Panthers High School Coach of the Year and was a finalist for the Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year award in 2013…in addition to coaching football, he serves as athletic director at Ayden-Grifton High…previously coached football at Benedictine High (Richmond, VA), football and baseball at North Pitt High, and basketball at Ayden-Grifton High…born at Camp Zama, US Army Base, Japan…1987 graduate of Ayden-Grifton High where he named All-Conference, All-Area, and Conference Champion in football and Conference Champion in basketball…2004 graduate of East Carolina University…also earned his MS in School Administration and Curriculum in 2012…says “I am very honored to have been selected to coach in the NCCA East-West All-Star game. I look forward to representing my school, community, and Eastern North Carolina in this prestigious event.”

David Perry
East assistant coach is entering his 19th year as head football coach at Croatan High where he has compiled a career record of 71-126 in 18 seasons and where his teams have won 1 conference title and made 8 playoff appearances…twice named Conference Coach of the Year…named 2015 All-Area Coach of the Year…also currently coaches wrestling and has served as athletic director…previously served as an assistant football coach and head wrestling coach at West Carteret High and as an assistant football coach, wrestling head coach, and jv baseball coach at Jacksonville High…as a wrestling coach his teams have won 3 individual state titles, 2 dual state wrestling titles, and have been dual team state runners-up 6 times…3 runner-up finishes in state individual tournament…3 times named 2A NC Wrestling Coach of the Year…named 2012 Southeastern United States Wrestling Coach of the Year…born in Morehead City, NC…1983 graduate of West Carteret High where he was named All-Conference in football and baseball and was on the wrestling team that was 4th in the state…1989 graduate of NC State University…says “It is a tremendous honor to be selected to coach in the all-star game. I look forward to working with some of the state’s best coaches and athletes.”

Bill Sochovka
East assistant is entering his 11th year as head football coach at Pine Forest High where he has compiled a career record of 53-65 in 10 seasons and where his teams have made 6 playoff appearances…named 2010 Co-Conference Coach of the Year and 2013 Conference Coach of the Year…also served as track coach at Pine Forest High where his women’s team placed second in the state in 1996…born in Taylor, PA…1987 graduate of Riverside (PA) High where he was a 3-year starter and was named team captain in football and track…1992 graduate of Susquehanna University…says “I was shocked and honored to be chosen to coach in an event with such tradition and legacy.”

Beau Williams
East assistant coach is entering his 7th season as head football coach at Jacksonville High where he has compiled a career record of 32-39 in 6 seasons and his teams have made 4 state playoff appearances…previously served as defensive coordinator and track coach at New Bern High and as defensive coordinator at Scotland County High…served as an assistant in the 2003 Shrine Bowl…born in Greenville, NC…1994 graduate of New Bern High where he played football and baseball…2000 graduate of East Carolina University…Master of Health Education in 2005…says “It is a great honor, and I am very excited about being able to be a part of this great event. I am married to Anie Williams, and we have 2 daughters, Haley, 12, and Grey, 8.”


  • Dudley1 said,

    Andy,I see where WSSU and Fayetteville St offered Nigel Peele from Dudley. Peele is a D1 player! If I were NC A&T or Elon, I would take a close look at this kid. I have watched him play the past two years and a little shocked no D1 offers have been extended to him.