Zachary High quarterback Lindsey Scott Jr. helps lead the list of local players set to play in high school all-star games over the weekend.

Scott, who led the Broncos to the Class 5A title earlier this month, is one of three local players set to compete in in Friday’s Offense-Defense All-American Bowl in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Scott, a Syracuse commitment, is part of three-player group at the Offense-Defense Bowl. ZHS offensive lineman Kellton Hollins (TCU commitment) and Madison Prep defensive end/linebacker Malcolm Roach (Texas) also are set to play in the National vs. American game set for 5:45 p.m. Friday at the Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium.

Meanwhile, Denham Springs defensive lineman Caleb Roddy, an LSU commitment, is set to play in the U.S. Marine Corps Semper Fidelis All American Bowl scheduled for 8 p.m. Sunday at the StubHub Center in Carson Calif.

Brother Martin tight end Irvin Smith also is listed on the Offense-Defense roster. The Semper Fedelis game features another LSU commitment, tight end Jamal Pettigrew of St. Augustine.

Parkway receiver C.J. Morgan-Walker (Mississippi State) and Bastrop receiver Isaiah Graham (TCU) are among those listed on Semper Fidelis roster list.

Carter, Davis at Under Armour

Baton Rouge native Drake Davis of Florida’s IMG Academy is among the players set to compete in Saturday’s Under Armour All-American Game set for 11 a.m. Saturday at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando.

Davis, who played for The Dunham School two years ago, is expected to announce whether he’ll attend LSU or Ole Miss during the game.

Kentwood High defensive back Shyheim Carter and St. Thomas Aquinas defensive lineman Edwin Alexander also are part of the Under Armour game.

More honors

Scott is the Offensive MVP of the USA Today All-USA Louisiana team announced Tuesday. Carter is the team’s Defensive MVP.

Scott and two teammates, Hollins and receiver Doug Coleman, made the first team. Lutcher’s Tim Detillier is the team’s Coach of the Year. Donaldsonville receiver Stephen Sullivan and two offensive linemen, Dutchtown High’s Lloyd Cushenberry and University’s Adrian Ealy, also made the first team.

Two Hammond area players, Ponchatoula offensive lineman Donavaughn Campbell and Alexander were also on the first team.

University High linebacker Dylan Moses and two defensive backs, Plaquemine’s Todd Harris and Livonia’s Patrick Queen were second-team choices along with Lutcher quarterback Jontre Kirklin and receiver Al’Dontre Davis.

Meanwhile, Southern Lab offensive lineman Kardell Thomas earned freshman All-America honors from MaxPreps.