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Rosters for 2020 SA Sports All-Star Game released

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Rosters have been set for the 2020 San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game, slated to take place at the Alamodome on January 4, 2020. The local game will take place after 20th anniversary of The All-American Bowl, which has become synonymous with the Alamo City.

Rosters were selected by a team of handpicked members influential in the San Antonio high school football community.

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Schertz Clemens head coach Jared Johnston will take command of Team Black. Four current FBS prospects will participate for Team Black, including O’Connor defensive tackle Pryson Greer (Navy), San Antonio Christian tight end Nick Patterson (Michigan), Kerrville Tivy kicker Jared Zirkel (Georgia), and Johnston’s top defensive player in Derrick Lewis of Schertz Clemens (Texas Tech). Converse Judson’s Mike Chandler II and Wagner WR Joshua Cobbs is a frightening prospect in the passing game.

For Team Gold, Southwest head coach Matthew Elliott will take the reigns. Antonian Prep quarterback Khalil Warfield (UTEP), Brandeis tight end Kris Bowen (Cornell), Alamo Heights defensive lineman Curtis Gunn (Davidson), and Frank Wilson IV (UTSA) of Brandeis are the four Division I commits on the roster as of this time. Headliners include a pair of stat-stuffing wide receivers in 6’5 Dalton Hobbs of Pleasanton and Southside dynamo Michael Hernandez.

Tickets are available at Ticketmaster. For more information, visit the San Antonio Sports website.

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Danny Amezquita, WR, Jay
Malachi Apreciado, ATH, Lanier
Julian Armendariz, OG, Southwest Legacy
Jaden Arthur, RB, Randolph
Josh Avalos, OT, Seguin
Keion Bennett, OL, Clemens
Christopher Bolling, OT, Stevens
Dresden McIver-Brown, DL, Veterans Memorial
Nate Castillo, OLB, MacArthur
Mike Chandler II, QB, Judson
Joshua Cobbs, WR, Wagner
Charles Collins, WR, MacArthur
Jager Collins, DL, Churchill
Marcellus Davis, RB, Marshall
Amarea Bailey-Davis, WR, Judson
Euler DeLeon, RB, Navarro
David Dodd, QB, O’Connor
Bowen Fjord, DB, Boerne Champion
David Flores, Center, Jourdanton
Landon Foster, Safety, Reagan
Gibby Garza, RB, Central Catholic
Pryson Greer, DT, O’Connor (Navy)
Darius Guess, WR, Veterans Memorial
Dillion Gutierrez, Safety, Seguin
Demarcus Hendricks, DE, Wagner
Derek Jenschke, DE, Jourdanton
Derrick Lewis, LB, Clemens (Texas Tech)
Deyvaghn Martin, LB, Stevens
Darian Mayberry, ATH/QB, Floresville
Brooks McCoy, WR, Kerrville Tivy
Will McCune, OG, Canyon
Gabriel Means, OLB, Navarro
Diego Mendoza, RB, La Vernia
Ronald Link-Milam, WR, Reagan
Blake Moody, DB, Poth
Nicholas Munoz, OT, Harlandale
Rashod Owens, RB/WR, Roosevelt
Trapper Pannell, ATH/QB, Kerrville Tivy
LaMarq Patterson, DB, Reagan
Nick Patterson, TE, San Antonio Christian (Michigan)
Vicente Perez, WR, Clemens
Eucebio Ramos, OL, Jay
Ivan Reed, DE, Sam Houston
Lake Schara, DE, Boerne Champion
Trenton Scott, OT, Luling
Giovanni Silva, OT, Clark
Jadin Sommers, OLB, Veterans Memorial
Xavier Spencer, DB, Judson
Cade Stephens, DE, Canyon
Enrique Sustaita, Safety, St. Anthony
Ethan Woods, Deep Snapper, Churchill
Diego Zapata, ATH, Natalia
Rafael Zertuche, Center, Wagner
Jared Zirkel, Kicker/Punter, Kerrville Tivy (Georgia)

Jared Zirkel

Coltyn Barraza, WR, Comfort
Cade Baumann, ILB, Marion
Kris Bowen, TE, Brandeis (Cornell)
Brandon Brown, DE, Johnson
Greg Eggleston, ATH, Smithson Valley
Kyle Elder, WR, Warren
Alejandro Escamilla, QB, Southside
Josh Galindo, DB, Alamo Heights
James Gipson, RB, Medina Valley
Jonathan Goss-Deleon, Center, LEE
Curtis Gunn, DT, Alamo Heights (Davidson)
Zach Harris, Center, Madison
Damion Hart, DE, Steele
DeShaun Heaggans, Safety, Madison
Hunter Hernandez, RB, Somerset
Michael Hernandez, WR, Southside
Jesse Hernandez, ILB, Southwest
Dalton Hobbs, WR, Pleasanton
Julian Hunt, DB, Taft
Makhi Johnson, DB, Southwest
Reed Kieny, Kicker, Johnson
Roderick King, OT, Poteet
Joe Klein, ILB, Burbank
Matthew Knell, ILB, Cole
Matthew Littlejohn, OLB, New Braunfels
Mason Livingston, Safety, Smithson Valley
Jacory Logan, WR, Harlan
Geo Jo Marsh, OG, New Braunfels
Aaron Martinez, OG, South San
Diego Mauricio Cornejo, OT, Brackenridge
Daryn McKnight, WR, Steele
Darionte Mercer, DE, Warren
Kalijah Micheal, ILB, Holy Cross
Myles Miller, Punter, New Braunfels
Jorge Munoz, OG, South San
Spencer Payne, Center, Medina Valley
Valen Penn, Deep Snapper, Madison
Aaron Proctor, WR, Alamo Heights
Jade Rios, TE, Brackenridge
Justin Rodriguez, RB, Johnson
DeAngelo Rosemond, RB, East Central
Gilbert Salas, QB, Holy Cross
Daniel Santallana, OG, East Central
Maison Sharp, Safety, Steele
Tra’Vanta Simien, Safety, Warren
Grant Snider, ILB, Medina Valley
Zane Svoboda, Safety, Harlan
Darryon Tolefree, WR, Brennan
Jimmy Trevino, ILB, Memorial
Alex Trevino, DE, Brandeis
Zach Vilo, DB, Comfort
Khalil Warfield, QB, Antonian Prep (UTEP)
Logan Williams, OT, Bandera
Frank Wilson IV, Safety, Brandeis (UTSA)
Trey Witcher, DE, Smithson Valley

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Stephen Michael 26, is a journalist, social media coordinator, host, and entertainment reporter. Michael graduated in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts and earned a Master's Degree in Digital Media in 2020 from the University of the Incarnate Word. He has worked covering the San Antonio Rampage, Stars, and San Antonio Futbol Club. He was the host of the Project Spurs Roundtable on NBC affiliate News 4 San Antonio from 2015-17.

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