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Rosters announced for 2018 Shrine Bowl of Nebraska

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York's Masry Mapieu, once a Nebraska commit now enrolled at Iowa Western C.C., is one of several notable names playing in the 60th annual Shrine Bowl of Nebraska this year.
Nate Clouse

The rosters for the 2018 Shrine Bowl of Nebraska were officially announced on Tuesday afternoon, and the game will feature some heavy Husker flare.

A combined 11 future NU walk-ons will participate in the 60th annual high school football all-star game in Kearney, as well as several others going on to play collegiately next season.

The game will also include former Nebraska commit Masry Mapieu of York (who will attend Iowa Western C.C.), as well as Ohio signee Bryce Stai of Norris and Colorado State signee Zack Schlager of McCook.

On the South team, which will be coached by Aurora’s Kyle Peterson, the feature Husker walk-ons include Gretna’s Joey Johnson; Kearney Catholic’s Matt Masker; York’s Simon Otte; and Kearney’s Isiah Stalbird.

The North team, coached by Bellevue West’s Mike Huffman, will have Elkhorn South’s Moses Bryant; Yutan’s Colton Feist; Bellevue West’s A.J. Forbes; North Platte’s Bryson Krull; O’Neill’s Wyatt Liewer; and Norfolk’s Ryan Schommer.

Also suiting up for the South squad will be Omaha Central’s Jalen Harris, who holds an NU walk-on offer but remains undecided on his future school.

He’ll be joined by Mapieu; South Dakota State signees Tijah Davis of Boys Town and AJ Johnson of Millard West; and Stanford walk-on Dylan Plautz of Omaha Westside.

The North will also have IWCC-bound Milton Sargbah of Omaha North; North Dakota signee Marcus Vaughn-Jones of Creighton Prep; Northwest Missouri State signee Grant Matthies; and Central Missouri State signee Zion Perry of Lincoln High.

It should be noted that the state’s top two 2018 prospects, Nebraska signee Cameron Jurgens of Beatrice and Wisconsin signee Bryson Williams of Lincoln Southeast, will not play in the Shrine Bowl.

Jurgens is still recovering from a leg injury he suffered last season, and Williams is already enrolled at Wisconsin and getting ready for the start of spring practices.

Here are the full Shrine Bowl rosters for the North and South teams…

SOUTH TEAM
NAME SCHOOL

Dashawn Bates

Boys Town

Drew Bessey

Palmyra

Jaden Cover

Millard West

Tijah Davis

Boys Town

Connor Fee

Gretna

Jackson Gilbert

Bellevue East

Jackson Gordon

Omaha Skutt

Jalen Harris

Omaha Central

Hunter Hays

McCook

Spencer Hays

Douglas County West

A.J. Johnson

Millard West

Jacob Johnson

Fairbury

Joey Johnson

Gretna

Brett Kaiser

Kearney Catholic

Wyatt Kee

Gibbon

Masry Mapieu

York

Matt Masker

Kearney Catholic

Noah McCashland

Lincoln Pius X

Noah Meneses

Plattsmouth

Zack Muff

Crete

Nathan Murray

Kearney

Cal Narber

Aurora

Simon Otte

York

Dylan Plautz

Omaha Westside

Garrett Schardt

B-D-S

Zack Schlager

McCook

Caleb Schweigart

Omaha Westside

Bryce Stai

Norris

Isiah Stalbird

Kearney

Dan Sunderman

Millard South

Bronson Titus

Holdrege

Adam Wasserman

Fairbury

Jonah Weyand

Crete

Gus Woeppel

Norris

Cole Young

Papillion-La Vista South

Caleb Marlatt (unable to play due to injury)

Elmwood-Murdock

NORTH TEAM
NAME SCHOOL

Moses Bryant

Elkhorn South

Brian Covarrubias

Grand Island

Darnel Davis

Omaha Burke

Joe Dolincheck

Bellevue West

Brandon Eastlack

Millard North

Dylan Egr

Wahoo

Colton Feist

Yutan

AJ Forbes

Bellevue West

Dylan Gentrup

Boone Central

Drake Gilliland

Mitchell

Coby Haas

Sidney

Riley Harms

Fremont

Trevor Havlovac

East Butler

Bergan Hofer

Fremont

Jonah Housh

North Star

Vernon Johnson

Omaha North

Kohlton Keezer

Grand Island

Bryson Krull

North Platte

Dylan Kucera

Fremont Bergan

Grant Kwapnioski

Elkhorn

Wyatt Liewer

O’Neill

Alex Lindsay

Pierce

Grant Matthies

Omaha Creighton Prep

Zion Perry

Lincoln High

Carson Pilkington

Elkhorn South

Kooper Reece

Valentine

Andrew Rheiner

Omaha Burke

Milton Sargbah

Omaha North

Ryan Schommer

Norfolk

DJ Stephen

Valentine

Jesse Sullivan

Boone Central

Marcus Vaughn-Jones

Omaha Creighton Prep

Nolan Viergutz

Columbus Lakeview

Jacob Wageman

Bennington

Evan Welsh

Wahoo Neumann