ATHENS – College football is so close for Rennie Curran that he can almost smell it.
North-South All-Star Roster - North Squad
Rennie Curran (5-11/202, LB, Brookwood) - Scout.com four-star linebacker Rennie Curran holds the Gwinnett County record for tackles in a season with 194 in 2005. He has good instincts, has shown a knack for being right in the middle of the play and makes some hard, physical tackles. The speedy linebacker runs the forty in the 4.5 range. Curran had 150 tackles in 12 games as a senior. He is committed to Georgia.
Nick Claytor (6-6/315, Gainesville) - A dominating left tackle prospect, Claytor is big, mobile, and he does a excellent job of finishing his blocks. Claytor is also a solid student with a 3.5 GPA. The Scout.com four-star offensive lineman holds offers from Ohio State, Auburn, Florida State, LSU among others, but he will play his college ball at Georgia Tech.
Roddy Jones (5-9.5/183, Chamblee) - Roddy Jones is Dekalb County's all-time leading rusher with 5,055 career yards on 808 carries. Jones is tough enough to run between the tackles and definitely fast enough to get around the edge. With a reported 4.43 speed in the 40, he can be a threat to score from anywhere on the field. Jones is committed to Georgia Tech.
Ted Laurent (6-1/285, McEachern) - Ted Laurent is ranked 22nd among defensive tackles in the nation by Scout.com. He is a big, strong defensive tackle with very good natural athletic ability. Laurent consistently disrupts, penetrates and makes plays in the backfield. With scholarship offers from Miami-Fl, Mississippi State, Georgia Tech, LSU and Auburn, Laurent is currently commited to Mississippi.
John Douglas (6-2,235, Aquinas) A two-star prospect at fullback with good speed and hands, Douglas was a standout at Auburn's Senior Camp. In fact, his performance earned him an offer from the Tigers. Douglas is a four-year starter for Aquinas High. He committed to Auburn back in June.
The rest of the South roster:
Rennie Curran, LB, Brookwood
Trey Hunsucker, LB, Buford
Hoppo Joseph, RB, Campbell
Sam Palmer, DL, Campbell
Jerrard Tarrrant, WR/DB, Carrollton
Ryan Lee, OL,DE, Carrollton
Joseph Gilbert, OL, Cartersville
Lyle Allen, QB, Cartersville
Jonathan Massaquoi, LB, Central Gwinnett
Nicolai Schwarzkopf, TE, Chamblee
Roddy Jones, RB, Chamblee
Darius Nall, DE,TE, Chapel Hill
T.J. Greenstone, DL,OL Collins Hill
T.J. Hurless, OL, Collins Hill
Cole Brodie, RB, Dacula
Logan Walls, DL, Dawson County
Desmond Steward, LB,RB, Douglas County
Chas Henry, K, East Paulding
Devon Reed, WR,DB, Flowery Branch
Charles (CJ) Wood, OL, Gainesville
Nick Claytor, OL, Gainesville
Dexter Barnett, RB, Grady
Brandon Nolley, QB, Hancock Central
Adam Cordell, OL, Hart County
Shane McCord, DL, Hart County
John Douglas, FB, Aquinas
David Blaylock, WR, Lassiter
Darell Norman, RB, Lincoln County
Lonnie Burton, DB, McEachern
Ted Laurent, DL, McEachern
Seth Satterfield, DB, North Hall
Phillip Davis, DB, Peachtree Ridge
Branden Shepperd, DB, Rockdale County
Tymon Hudson, DE, Rome
Austin Kelly, WR, South Cobb
Dorian Wood, LB, South Cobb
Patrick Wilson, OL, St Pius X
Charles Bay, DE, Wheeler
Chris Nesbitt, LB, Wheeler
Brandon Lampkin, TE, Tucker
North Head Coach: Mike O'Brien, Woodstock
Assistant Coaches: Hal lamb Calhoun, Greg Dirst Lassiter, Bob Christmas North Hall, Phil Williams Douglas County, Sid Fritts Rome, Wade Beale Sprayberry, Mike Collins Pebblebrook, Tom Bryant Trion, Steve Sewell Pickins County.
Here is a look at the South Squad: South Roster
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