Seven area players named to N.C. Shrine team

10/10/2013 1:07 PM

10/10/2013 1:08 PM

The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas is a high school all-star football game that matches teams from North Carolina and South Carolina. This year’s 77th annual game will be played in Spartanburg, S.C., on Saturday, Dec. 21.

Head coach Burton Cates of Lee County and his Shrine Bowl staff selected the players who will represent North Carolina in the game.

North Carolina

No. Last Name First Name Pos. School
22 Askew Stephen LB Mallard Creek
10 Berrios Braxton WR Leesville Road
71 Best Shaun OL New Bern
42 Bray Tyler RB Belmont South Point
85 Burston Curtis WR Middle Creek
66 Burton Cameron OL Asheville Reynolds
89 Cabrera Josh WR Northside
51 Campbell Tobias Edge DL Hoke County
36 Collins Cayson LB Berry Academy
63 Dalton Nathan OL East Henderson
30 Dinkins Robert DL Olympic
44 Featherston Lorenzo LB W.H. Page
52 Galliard Lamont DL Pine Forest
84 Heath Dominique WR Hopewell
34 Hood Elijah RB Charlotte Catholic
48 Jones Freeman P/K Bunn
19 Klugh Hasaan QB Central Cabarrus
33 Martin Isaac RB Cleveland
26 Mattison Cameron DB Mallard Creek
2 McClendon Jalen QB West Mecklenburg
70 McConnell Nathan OL Jacksonville
64 McCreary Jacob OL W.A. Hough
68 McNeil Trip OL Davie County
15 Monley Trejon DB Scotland
4 Moseley Emmanuel DB Greensboro Dudley
7 Pratt Germaine DB High Point Central
20 Purdie Cody LB New Bern
6 Register Chris LB Greensboro Dudley
78 Richardson Will OL Burns
50 Robinson Jabril DL North Brunswick
3 Scott Derrell RB Havelock
62 Spain Bentley OL Providence
37 Stewart Isaac LB Matthews Butler
32 Stout MyQuon DL Jesse Carson
35 Street Kentavious DL Greenville Rose
74 Sugg Jon OL Northwest Guilford
1 Thompson Trevion WR Durham Hillside
82 Trowell Maurice WR Southern Durham
28 Wilson Shaun DB West Mecklenburg
9 Wynn Tre’Shun DB Monroe

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