NISD athletes to play in All-Star Game

Nineteen NISD athletes from nine high schools were selected to play in the 2019 San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game.

Players representing 55 high schools have been chosen for the game which will showcase top local high school players. The game will be played immediately following the 2019 All-American Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 at the Alamodome. 

Players were nominated by their high school coaches and chosen by a selection committee.

The San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game, presented by H-E-B, will feature players that are committed to play for some of the top universities in the country as well as players looking for an additional chance to impress college scouts. 

Northside ISD Athletes:

Black Team:

Kenneth Bivins, Jr., WR, Clark HS

Clifford Geyer, DL, Clark HS

Jaylin Hastings, RB, Jay HS

Jordan Choate, WR, Jay HS

Kenneth Vigil, DB, Jay HS

Cade Collenback, OL, O’Connor HS

Brannon Brown, OL, O’Connor HS

Gabe Diaz, LB, O’Connor HS

Michael Valadez, OL, Stevens HS

Matthew Littlejohn, DB, Stevens HS


Gold Team:

Oscar Cardenas, TE, Brandeis HS

Brent Malone, LB, Brandeis HS

Isaiah Walker, OL, Brennan HS

Anziah Williams, LB, Brennan HS

Ricardo Contreras, S, Holmes HS

Nathan Cano, DL, Taft HS

Eric Roscoe, WR, Warren HS

Caleb Williams, DL, Warren HS

Josiah Gutierrez-Smith, S, Warren HS


A new system for selecting rosters was adopted starting with the 2019 game. Rosters were selected according to the following criteria:

  • Participating schools were ranked in order of their winning percentage over the last five years.
  • The schools forming one team will be those ranked 1, 3, 5, etc.
  • The schools forming the other team will be those ranked 2, 4, 6, etc.

San Antonio Sports previously relied on a geographic selection process. Players from schools east of U.S. 281 were on one team and those west of 281 were on the other. 

One ticket serves as admission for both the All-American Bowl and the San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game. Tickets are available Nov. 1 at the Alamodome Box Office and through General admission tickets are $10 and reserved tickets are $20.