INDIANAPOLIS – Players from all across the state will converge on to North Central High School in Indianapolis on Friday night to play in the annual Indiana Football Coaches Association All-Star Football Classic as the North All-Stars will face off against the South All-Stars.

Dating back as far as 1967 the annual All-Star game showcases some of the state’s best talent. Nominations for the All-Star game are made by members of the Indiana Football Coaches Association.

This year three players from Hamilton County will get the chance to play in the game as they will be members of the South All-Star team.

Dalton Davis is a defensive end for Noblesville. Davis played football for the Millers in all four of his years at Noblesville. He was part of the Miller team that went 4-6 this past season. He helped anchor the defense the past two seasons. Davis announced in January that he would be continuing his football career at the University of Findlay in Ohio come the fall. Davis will become the 24th player from Noblesville to participate in the All-Star game.

Nicholas Burnell is an outside-linebacker and strong safety for the Sheridan Blackhawks. Burnell spent all four years playing football for the Blackhawks. He was also spent three seasons on the basketball team. Burnell helped the Blackhawks go 8-3 last season and was always around the ball as he finished averaging ten tackles per game. He was also a key factor on the offensive side of the ball the past two seasons as he totaled 428 receiving yards and 766 rushing yards.

The last player being represented from Hamilton County is Franklin Bohannon. Bohannon played for the Westfield Rocks this past season as the team went 4-6. During his senior season Bohannon was able to snag four interceptions. He is committed to continuing his football career at Eastern Kentucky University in the fall.

All three of these players will look to make an impact against some of the best players in the state. With all three guys being defensive players, we will wait and see how many points the North All-Stars will be able to put up.