Alvin Kamara, the all-star running back for Norcross High, was named to the second team offense on the MaxPreps 2012 All-American Football Team.
"In leading the nation's No. 3 team, Kamara earned Class AAAAAA Player of the Year honors according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution," says the story by MaxPreps' Stephen Spiewak. "He rushed 303 times for 2,264 yards and 26 touchdowns."
The 5-feet, 10-inch, 195-pound Kamara played his senior season on the offensive line. He helped the Blue Devils reach an undefeated 2012 season and win the AAAAAA state championship title, the first championship win for Norcross in its 57-year run.
A few other Georgians also were named to the second team by MaxPreps:
To see the entire 2012 All-American Football Team, read the aricle on MaxPreps.
- Alvin Kamara Named AJC All-Class Player of the Year
- Blue Devils Ranked No. 1 in State
- Blue Devils Named High 5 Sports Team of the Year