The Inaugural All-America Classic Kicks Off Saturday

The Inaugural SPIRAL "All America Classic" will be streamed live from Spec Martin Stadium in DeLand, Fla., on FloFootball.com, Saturday, Jan. 12, at 5 PM ET.

The 70-player lineup consists of some of the best high school seniors in the country, with a little extra Florida flavor, as each team has been built with a significant crop of prospects from the Sunshine State.

DeLand (FL) High School head coach Steve Allen will lead the American team, while Tohopekaliga (FL) High School head coach Anthony Paul Davis will direct the National team.

"We are excited to bring this event to Central Florida, the city of DeLand, DeLand High School," said All-America Classic director Mike Quartey. "The entire Volusia County Convention & Visitor's Bureau has really rolled out the red carpet for us."

Talent evaluators from all over the country are expected to be in attendance, with a heavy presence anticipated from the FCS, with programs like Jacksonville, Stetson and Prairie View A&M scheduled to be in the house.

Here's a look at the complete roster for both teams:

National Team

NO.NAME
SCHOOLPOSHTWTSTATE
1DanteHarrisMiami Killian Senior High SchoolWR/DB5'8165FL
2CalebBrownerLakewood Ranch High SchoolCB6'2155FL
3GregoryFieldsOakridge High SchoolRB5'9190FL
4TallinCoatesFlagler Palm CoastLB6’3215FL
5DeeshariKeithSpruce Creek HSDB5'11185FL
6CaseySmithNortheast High SchoolDB6’0155FL
7JalenCarrOrlando Christian PrepRB/SB5'9165FL
8JacobRosarioCopper Canyon High SchoolRB5’9200AZ
9ConnorVonhofSuperior Collegiate AcademyDE6'3240FL
10MonroeSandersonOrlando Christian PreparatoryCB5'10165GA
11Ma’atLeeHillsborough High SchoolDE/LB5'10 250FL
12TraeshawnHeywardBeaufort HighWR/SLOT5'6.5152SC
15DavePetitAtlantic Coast High SchoolDT  6'5200FL
16AdrianOlivoArmwood High SchoolK5’9168FL
17ConnorEdelOrlando Christian PrepQB6'3195FL
18ByronFraleyTohopekaliga High SchoolLB/SS6'1200FL
19JermyronGilmoreColumbia High SchoolWR/DB5'8160AL
21QuandreButlerBlythewood High SchoolDB5'10170SC
24CoreyJohnson Jr.Walter M. Williams High SchoolCB6’0180NC
25DarianGonzalezSouth PlantationLB5'9200FL
31KeoniRobinsonMiami Killian Senior HighLB/OL/NB/SS5’9180FL
33NolanDukeGreenbrierWR  6'3175TN
34SkylerMizzellSaint Clair County High SchoolLB/MLB/FB/LS5'11205AL
37SeanShiversMonsignor Farrell HSLB/MLB/OLB6'0190NY
44ZyanHollisGaffney Senior High SchoolDT/DE5'11235SC
50JeremyMartinBlacksburg High SchoolOL/RT6'3285SC
51AlexandreLafontantCypress Creek High SchoolOL/RG5'9197FL
52MikeceWatsonSuperior Collegiate AcademyOT 6'6335FL
54JoshuaTorresMiami South Ridge Senior HighOC/OG/DT5'11250FL
55TylerIrigoyenFlagler Palm Coast HSDL6'3   240FL
56CadeCecereLake Brantley High SchoolOL6'2260FL
62TorilusGrahamBooker T. WashingtonOL6'3340VA
90TreCondeHampton Roads AcademyMLB6'0220VA


American Team

1AlieuContehFranklin High SchoolDB/WR5’10190NJ
2SulaimanJallohImmaculata High SchoolDE5'10210NJ
4XzayvierMarseillePalm Beach CentralLB/OLB/S5’9185FL
6Rosheen CuthrellDeLand High SchoolDB5'11180FL
7ZacharyAdamsBeddingfield High SchoolRB/OLB6'0180NC
8ShekunaKamaraFranklin High SchoolWR/PR/KR6'0175NJ
9Chris BrownDeLand High SchoolDB5'10175FL
10BrandonSmallsBeaufort High SchoolDL6'0200SC
11Da'MarkusFostonWestside High SchoolLB/MLB5-11195GA
12DerekGillTomball ChristianWR/S 6'2188TX
13CasciusFacenUniversity Preparatory High SchoolRB6'1160NY
14JettSuggsMedina High SchoolWR/DB6'3215OH
15LamarCystrunkCentral High SchoolDB5'10 158GA
16Andrew BreitensteinDeLand High SchoolK5'9155FL
17ColeRettmannSouth Plantation High SchoolQB6'3175FL
18JamesGriffinFirst Baptist Christian AcademyDE6'2190FL
19MarquesSummerlinBC Rain High SchoolCB5'9135AL
24KeonnJamesHarmony High SchoolOLB6'3   190FL
25TacobyColemanBeddingfieldLB5'11210NC
30SamuelSandersOak Ridge High SchoolLB/MLB6'1205CA
33Tripp  DavidsonDeLand High SchoolFB5'10185FL
47JohnBrownSandhills TitansLB/MLB6'1212NC
54WillieBridgersBeddingfield High SchoolLB5'8215NC
55LarryWilliamsEverglades PrepDE6'1275FL
56Matthew BaileyDeLand High SchoolTE/LS6'1190FL
70MylesHunt-CruzArmwood High SchoolOL/DL6'0 275FL
73BrianMacDonaldRidge Community High SchoolOL6'4300FL
74DerekMartinez-DelgadoCypress Creek High SchoolOG6'1280FL
75OscarFigueroaCypress Creek High SchoolOL6'6320FL
77AJ BrutenDeLand High SchoolOL6'0235FL
78MitchellGreenLakeland ChristianOC/OT/LS6'3 1/2255FL
94AhmedJallohFranklin High SchoolOL/LT/DT6'3265NJ

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