Scottsboro defensive lineman Camden Treece has been selected to play in the 2020 North-South All-Star Game.

The Scottsboro football program will be represented in an all-star game next month.

Camden Treece, a 6-foot-3, 310-pound senior defensive lineman, has been selected to play in the 2020 North-South All-Start Football Game. 

The event, usually held during the Alabama High School Athletics Directors and Coaches Association’s annual All-Star Week each July, has been moved to December. 

The 62nd North-South All-Star Game, which features seniors selected to play from schools across the state, is scheduled for Dec. 18 at the University of South Alabama’s Hancock Whitney Stadium. The 25,000-seat stadium which opened this season, is the home of the South Alabama Jaguars. 

Treece, who played on both the offensive and defensive lines for Scottsboro, was selected to the North team as a defensive lineman. He posted 26 tackles and had 10 quarterback hurries this past season.

Treece is the 21st Scottsboro player all-time to be chosen to play in the event. The last was Cohen Tubbs in 2018. Scottsboro has had players in the event four of the past five years. 

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