Catholic’s Anderson Selected for the 2016 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game in December

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School is proud to announce that senior linebacker, Brian Anderson has been selected for the Alabama-Mississippi High School All-Star football game.

Catholic's Anderson Selected for the 2016 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game in December 1
Montgomery Catholic’s #75 Brian Anderson
invited to play in the 2016 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game.
Photo by: Total Image

A 2015 All-State, All-Metro and All-CCC player, Anderson was invited to play in the 30th annual game by a State-wide committee that represents all classifications 1A-7A across the State. He is the second Montgomery Catholic player to be invited to play in the game, joining Montgomery Catholic Alumnus and Texas State kicker, James Sherman (’13)  and representing the State of Alabama in the All-Star game scheduled for December 10, 2016 at Cramton Bowl.

Anderson was named Cook’s Pest Control Player of the Week and served as team captain three times during his 2016 season, where the Knights made the post season play. Catholic head football coach Aubrey Blackwell said of Anderson, “Brian has been a great example of the dedication and commitment that his teammates have shown this year. The legacy he is leaving behind here at Catholic is one that has changed the energy, passion and community for the better. His leadership has been vital to our success, and he is very deserving of this great opportunity. He has worked tirelessly the last two years for recognition like this. Brian will achieve great things in the future and I expect him to continue to let God use him in powerful ways.”

With a 3.24
GPA and 32 Division 1 offers from around the country, Anderson will continue his football career at The University of North Carolina next year. Brian is the son of Linda and Charlie Anderson of Montgomery, Alabama.

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