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Texas vs Nation All Star Game

Todays blog will give you each roster for the Texas vs Nation all-star game complete with names, schools, PS#s and unit grades for each position.

The Texas vs Nation game is in its 4th year and pits the top collegiate players originally from Texas or who played college football in Texas against top players from around the nation.

While the game is relatively new, it has been successful seting attendence records and featuring many players who go on to to sign NFL contracts. The first year’s inaugural game in 2007 broke the attendance record for first year all-star games with 21,548. It also set a record for NFL signees in a first year all-star game with 79 players from the 2007 rosters signing NFL contracts.

In the 2nd year (2008) the game set a new record number of NFL signees in an all-star game with 102 players signing NFL contracts. Last year the attendance almost doubled with more than 40,000 fans in attendance and 111 out of the 119 players went on to sign NFL contracts (93%). The nation leads the series 2-1.

Make sure to check my daily blog tomorrow to get my Super Bowl XLIV forecast complete with my computer’s projected box score of the game plus a game overview that looks at which team has the edge on offense, defense, special teams, coaching and intangibles.

Texas vs The Nation All-Star Challenge
February 6, 2010 Sun Bowl El Paso, Texas.
Kick-off is set for 2:00 PM EST.

2010 Nation Team Roster

Coach: Howard Schnellenberger

Position Name School PS#
QB Tim Hiller Western Michigan PS#89
QB Jonathon Crompton Tennessee PS#3
QB Rusty Smith Florida Atlantic PS#382
Unit Grade: 9.8
RB Alfonso Smith Kentucky
RB Curtis Steele Memphis PS#143
RB Dominique Lindsay East Carolina PS#166
RB Toney Baker North Carolina State PS#7
FB Mike Rinfrette Wake Forest PS#210
FB Chris Zardas Massachusetts
Unit Grade: 8.3
WR Marcus Easley Connecticut
WR Donald Jones Youngstown State
WR Scott Long Louisville PS#102
WR Preston Parker North Alabama
WR Brett Hamlin Buffalo U.
TE Dedrick Epps Miami PS#24
TE Jason Harmon Florida Atlantic
Unit Grade: 8.2
OL Eddie Adamski Northern Illinois
OL Joe Hawley UNLV PS#112
OL Dennis Landolt Penn State PS#31
OL Zipp Duncan Kentucky PS#39
OL Vladimir Richard Tennessee PS#46
OL Will Barker Virginia PS#106
OL Tyler Eastman Maine
OL Jared Veldheer Hillsdale (MI)
OL Derek Hardman Eastern Kentucky
OL Jerail McCuler North Carolina State
Unit Grade: 8.1
DT Travis Ivey Maryland
DT Tommie Duhart Pitt/ Valdosta St PS#51JC
DT Andre Neblett Temple
DE Brandon Gilbeaux Syracuse/ Delaware PS#308
DE George Johnson Rutgers PS#15
DE E.J. Wilson North Carolina PS#148
LB Simoni Lawrence Minnesota PS#170
LB/DE Adrian Tracy William & Mary
LB/DE Arthur Moats James Madison
DE/OLB Alex Daniels Cincinnati PS#34
LB Josh Hull Penn State
LB Alex Joseph Temple
LB Nathan Triplett Minnesota PS#105
Unit Grade: 7.8
CB A.J. Wallace Penn State PS#4
CB Sam Shields Miami PS#16
CB Marshay Green Mississippi PS#70
CB Phillip Adams South Carolina State
CB Marcell Young Jackson State
CB Quintez Smith Shaw
S Nick Polk Indiana PS#300
S Shann Schillinger Montana
S Robert Vaughn Conneticut PS#60
S Aaron Webster Cincinnati PS#184
S Kendrick Lewis Misssissippi PS#54
Unit Grade: 8.8
P Brent Bowden Virginia Tech
K Aaron Pettrey Ohio State
LS/LB Blaze Soares Hawaii

2010 Texas Team Roster

Coach: Bill Bates

Position Name School PS#
QB Thaddeus Lewis Duke PS#71
QB Ryan Perrilloux Jacksonville State PS#1
QB Levi Brown Troy PS#238
Unit Grade: 8.78
RB Trindon Holliday LSU PS#156
RB A.J. Cooley Shorter College
RB Keithon Flemming West Texas A&M
RB Deji Karim Southern Illinois
FB Jamie McCoy Texas A&M PS#233
FB Dennis Morris Louisiana Tech
Unit Grade: 7
TE Gerald Harris Mississippi PS#153JC
TE/H-B Clay Harbor Missouri State
WR David Gettis Baylor PS#37
WR Juamorris Stewart Southern U.
WR Kevin Jurovich San Jose State
WR Jared Perry Missouri PS#137
WR Zurial “Jeff” Moturi UTEP PS#240
WR Stephen Williams Toledo
WR Chastin West Fresno State PS#238
WR Kelton Tindal Newberry(SC)
Unit Grade: 8.4
OC Kevin Matthews Texas A&M PS#237
OC/OG Erik Cook New Mexico
OG Michael Aguayo UTEP PS#280
OG/OC Nick Howell USC PS#72
OG/OC Andrew Lewis Oklahoma State PS#180
OG/OT Casey Knips South Dakota State
OT Nic Richmond TCU PS#98
OT Chris Campbell Eastern Illinois
OT J’Marcus Webb West Texas A&M/Texas
OT Marlon Winn Texas Tech PS#345
OT/OG Ramon Harewood Morehouse
Unit Grade: 7.6
DE Adrian Davis Arkansas PS#354
DE Emmanual Stephens Mississippi PS#19JC
DE Brandon Sharpe Texas Tech PS#284JC
DE/OLB Albert McClellan Marshall PS#280
DE/OLB Danny Batten South Dakota State
DT Lorenzo Washington Alabama PS#64
DT Sean Lissemore William & Mary
DT Jimmy Saddler-McQueen Texas A&M-Kingsville
DT Charles Alexander LSU PS#78
LB/DE Larry Hart Central Arkansas
LB/DE Junior Galette Stillman
LB Tim Knicky Stephen F Austin
LB Patrick Trahan Mississippi PS#60JC
LB Travis Goethel Arizona State PS#66
LB Boris Lee Troy PS#495
Unit Grade: 8.8
CB R.J. Stanford Utah PS#275
CB A.J. Jefferson Fresno State
CB Chris Hawkins LSU PS#37
CB Cornelius Brown UTEP PS#448
CB/S Marcus Brown Arkansas State PS#176
S Jordan Lake Baylor
S Jonathon Amaya Nevada
S Quentin Scott Northern Iowa
S Lucien Antoine Oklahoma State
S Da’Mon Cromartie-Smith UTEP
Unit Grade: 7.96
K Josh Arauco Ark St
LS Clint Gresham TCU
P Mike Brandtner Iowa St
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  • Trezere Calloway

    What is a PS#?

  • http://www.philsteele.com Phil Steele

    Trezere,
    A PS# is my ranking of the players at their positions coming out of high school. While I personally do not scout the high school games and rate each player, I do compile my PS#'s based on the many different recruiting services across the country. I not only like to use all of the biggest and best, but I also use regional reports. I then use their rankings and translate that into a point system from 1-100 and log each and every player into the computer and give them a point total from each source. The player who has the most points in the end at each positions becomes a PS#1. If you see a PS#99QB, that means he ranks 99th in total points of all QBs coming out of high school for that year. If you have any further questions refer to pg 294 in my 2009 preview magazine which includes a list of all the services I use like rivals, scout, etc. Thanks for the question.

  • http://www.philsteele.com Phil Steele

    Trezere,
    A PS# is my ranking of the players at their positions coming out of high school. While I personally do not scout the high school games and rate each player, I do compile my PS#'s based on the many different recruiting services across the country. I not only like to use all of the biggest and best, but I also use regional reports. I then use their rankings and translate that into a point system from 1-100 and log each and every player into the computer and give them a point total from each source. The player who has the most points in the end at each positions becomes a PS#1. If you see a PS#99QB, that means he ranks 99th in total points of all QBs coming out of high school for that year. If you have any further questions refer to pg 294 in my 2009 preview magazine which includes a list of all the services I use like rivals, scout, etc. Thanks for the question.