High School Sports

U.S. Under-18 National team roster announced for International Bowl at AT&T Stadium

L.D. Bell defensive back Joel Kayoka (24) zeros in on Weatherford quarterback Ken Seals (8) during the first half of a high school football game at Pennington Field in Euless, Texas, Friday, Nov. 09, 2018. The Weatherford Roos led the Raiders 14-9 at the half. (Special to the Star-Telegram Bob Booth)
L.D. Bell defensive back Joel Kayoka (24) zeros in on Weatherford quarterback Ken Seals (8) during the first half of a high school football game at Pennington Field in Euless, Texas, Friday, Nov. 09, 2018. The Weatherford Roos led the Raiders 14-9 at the half. (Special to the Star-Telegram Bob Booth) Bob Booth

International Bowl X started last week and will conclude on Friday at AT&T Stadium as 41 high school student-athletes spanning 23 states have been selected for the 2019 U.S. Under-18 National Team, USA Football announced on Monday.

The U.S. U-18 National Team will compete against the Canadian Under-18 National Team at 4:30 p.m. on Friday.

ROSTER

NAME

POS.

HOMETOWN

HIGH SCHOOL

Christian Abraham

DB

Orange, N.J.

Paramus Catholic

Dwyane Allick Jr.

OL

Laurel, Md.

DeMatha Catholic

Denzel Blackwell

DB

Houston, Texas

Strake Jesuit

Reise Collier

LB

Oklahoma City, Okla.

Carl Albert

Andrew Davis

WR

Elizabethtown Ky.

John Hardin

Jace Davis

OL

Baytown, Texas

Goose Creek Memorial

Philip (Trey) Dawson

QB

Middlebury, Conn.

The Kent School

Parker Ellis

WR

Savage, Minn.

Prior Lake

Josh Elm

OL

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Avonworth

Charles Finley

TE

Irvington, N.J.

DePaul Catholic

Josh Fryar

OL

Indianapolis, Ind.

Beech Grove

Isaiah Gamble

LB

Palm Bay, Fla.

Heritage

Jared Gipson

WR

Stockton, Calif.

Saint Mary’s

Devin Gunter

WR

Missouri City, Texas

Ridge Point

Ethan Hagler

DL

Cove, Texas

Barbers Hill

Hayden Hagler

TE

Sulphur, La.

Sulphur

Kendrick Hobson

DB

Lawrence, Kan.

Lawrence

Matthew Horne

DB

Elk Grove, Calif.

Elk Grove

Gabriel Lopez

LB

North Las Vegas, Nev.

Desert Pines

Kaevion Mack

WR

Peoria, Ill.

Peoria

Tre Maxwell

LB

Centreville, Va.

Centreville

Seven McGee

WR

Rochester, N.Y.

East

Christian Miller

DB

Beaufort, S.C.

Hilton Head

Clark Miller

LS

Valdosta, Ga.

Valwood

Caleb Murphy

DL

Salem, Ind.

West Washington

MYLES NASH

RB

Rowlett, Texas

Sachse

Westley Neal Jr.

DL

Miami, Fla.

Gulliver Prep

Dominick Pallotto

OL

Centennial, Colo.

Cherry Creek

Joseph Perkins

DB

Jackson, Miss.

Madison-Ridgeland Academy

Nathan Peterson

OL

Dixon, Calif.

Dixon

Fabrizio Pinton

K/P

The Woodlands, Texas

The Woodlands

KEN SEALS

QB

Azle, Texas

Weatherford

Spencer Shaver

LB

Savage, Minn.

Prior Lake

Jailynn Simon

DL

Katy, Texas

Seven Lakes

Jaymian Simon

DL

Katy, Texas

Seven Lakes

Zakee Swann

RB

Hillside, N.J.

Irvington

Nicholas Taiste

OL

West Columbia, S.C.

White Knoll

Sione Tongauiha

DL

Phoenix, Ariz.

Tempe

Hunter Washington

DB

Katy, Texas

Katy

Andre Witt Jr.

DB

Watkinsville, Ga.

Oconee County

Connor Woodruff

OL

Cincinnati, Ohio

Summit Country Day

COACHING STAFF

NAME

POS.

SCHOOL

Tyree Spinner

Head Coach

Wheaton (Md.) The Avalon School

Jeff Barnett

Offensive Line

Rice University (Texas)

Rob Hinson

Defensive Coordinator

Erial (N.J.) Timber Creek

Willie Kofe

Defensive Line

South Jordan (Utah) Bingham

Jordan McGowan

Wide Receivers

Sacramento City College (Calif.)

Kresean Reed

Defensive Backs

Midwestern State University (Texas)

Bryson Spinner



Offensive Coordinator

Wheaton (Md.) The Avalon School

Vai Taua

Running Backs

University of Nevada

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Born and raised in Hawaii, Brian Gosset graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in journalism before coming to Texas in 2014. He’s covered high school sports — yes, pretty much every high school sport — for the Star-Telegram ever since.


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