Carmon, Huff earn USFA All-Star honors
When you crash into these guys, you have a hard time walking away.
The West Virginia Crash semi-pro football team landed four players on the first team and two more on the second team as the USFA made their annual selections.
Former Ironton tackle Jesse Carmon, who played with the indoor Huntington Heroes this past season, was an East Division first team selection along with wide receiver Sam Huff who played at Fairland.
Carmon played his college ball at West Virginia Tech and Huff played at Joliet Junior College near Chicago.
Also named to the first team was offensive lineman Isaiah Mathis of Marshall and free safety and kick returner Jermaine Payton from East High School.
Former Symmes Valley linebacker Jason Brandenburg was named to the second team along with running back Antoine Cabarrus of Marshall.
The first annual USFA All-Star team named Carmon and Mathis to its second team. Kicker Pat Maack was honorable mention while Payton was second team as a kick return specialist and honorable mention as a free safety.
Carmon and Huff have been selected to play in the first annual West Virginia Classic All-Star Game at Nicholas County High School.
The Crash finished the season 5-5.