Boys All-State Teams
Boys First Team:
Nick Dunlap, 2022, of Huntsville is a freshman at The University of Alabama. He was a semi-finalist at the U.S. Boys Junior Championship. He preceded the deep run in the U.S. Junior by participating at the 2022 U.S. Open Championship at The Country Club in Brookline, MA. He notched additional starts at the Southern Amateur Championship and the U.S. Amateur Championship. Dunlap also had multiple top 10 finishes in AJGA events. Dunlap has one career AGA State Title: Alabama Boys State Junior (2018). Dunlap was the 2018 and 2021 Alabama Boys State Junior Player of the Year, and he is the 2022 Alabama Boys State Junior Player of the Year.
Jackson Mitchell, 2023, of Athens is a senior at Athens High School. Mitchell won his first AGA title in 2022 at the Alabama Boys State Junior where he fired a blistering -10 (62) to come from behind and win the title on his home course. He also qualified for the U.S. Junior Championship at Bandon Dunes Resorts. Mitchell notched an additional victory at the 2021 Elite Invitational and has multiple top fifteen finishes on the AJGA and SJGT tours. Mitchell is verbally committed to the University of Alabama.
Ward Harris, 2023, of Vestavia Hills is a senior at Vestavia Hills High School. Harris posted three consecutive under par rounds to finish on the 3rd place podium at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship. He was also victorious on his home course in June at the Stewart Cink Championship and left no doubt with a final round 62. Harris is a verbal commitment to the University of Tennessee – Chattanooga.
Trace Bracknell, 2023, of Tuscaloosa is a senior at Northridge High School. Bracknell posted three consecutive under par rounds at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship to finish T5. He also produced additional strong showing in the Alabama State Amateur, finishing T19 and was a quarterfinalist in the Alabama State Match Play. Bracknell has multiple top 5 finishes on the SJGT and was a member of the 2022 championship winning Southern Junior Cup team. He is a verbal commitment to the University of Alabama – Birmingham.
Charles Warren, 2023, of Huntsville is a senior at Randolph School. Warren found most of his success with the AJGA winning the Preview at Sevierville and Huntsville Junior Championship. Warren also had a strong showing with a top 20 finish at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship at Canebrake Club in Athens. He is verbally committed to Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Boys Second Team:
Tyler Watts, 2026, of Huntsville is a freshman at Grissom High School. Watts qualified for the Alabama State Amateur Championship and became one of the youngest players to ever make the cut, finishing with a strong T25 showing. He had a very consistent twelve months with top 5 finishes at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, multiple SJGT and SSJC tournaments. Watts was also a member of the victorious Team Alabama at the 2022 Southern Junior Cup in Diamondhead, MS.
Chase Kyes, 2025, of Birmingham is a sophomore at Spain Park High School. Kyes had a great showing at the Alabama Boys State Junior with three under par rounds and narrowly losing the Championship in a playoff against eventual champion Jackson Mitchell. He also had a top 5 finish at the AJGA Stewart Cink Championship at Vestavia Country Club.
William Stelt, 2023, of Auburn is a senior at Auburn High School. Stelt finished is a tie for 8th at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship and made the cut at the Alabama State Amateur Championship playing against the best amateurs in the state. He had multiple top 10 finishes on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour and a top 15 finish at the Future Masters. Stelt is a verbal commitment to the University of Alabama- Birmingham.
Michael Crocker, 2024, of Mobile is a junior at McGill-Toolen High School. Crocker had a top ten finish at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, top 20 finish at the Future Masters and qualified for both the Alabama State Amateur Championship and the Junior PGA Championship. He had multiple top 15 finishes on both the SJGT and AJGA circuits.
Cole Komyati, 2022, of Spanish Fort is a freshman at Missouri S & T. Komyati kicked off the year with a victory at the SJGT Magnolia Grove Junior Classic and closed out his junior golf career with a T5 finish at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship. He also qualified for the Future Masters and the Alabama State Amateur Championship at Bent Brook Golf Club in Bessemer.
Boys Third Team:
Andrew Hinson, 2025, of Huntsville is a sophomore at Randolph School. Hinson went on an absolute tear in the early summer months with wins at back-to-back SJGT events and runner-up finishes at an SJGT and SSJC events. He also had a top 15 finish at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship and top 20 finishes at the AJGA Huntsville Junior Championship and Junior All-Star.
Bailey Sutter, 2026, of Vinemont is a freshman at Cullman High School. Sutter had a top 10 finish at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, top 5 finish at the AJGA Junior All-Star and multiple top 20 finishes on the Southeastern Junior Golf Tour.
Parker Moellinger, 2023, of Birmingham is a senior at Vestavia Hills High School. Moellinger had a top 10 finish at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, top 40 finish at the Future Masters and had five top -5 finishes on the SJGT including one win. Moellinger is a verbal commitment to the University of Richmond in Virginia.
Trip Duke, 2024, of Fairhope is a junior at Fairhope High School. Duke had a top 15 finish at the Alabama Boys State Junior Championship, multiple wins on the Jimmy Green Golf Tour, and a top 40 finish at the 2022 Future Masters in Dothan. He has also found success on the Southeastern Golf Tour with multiple Top 10 finishes on the circuit.
Tom Fischer, 2022, of Birmingham is a freshman at The University of Mississippi. Fischer had an impressive top 15 finish at the Southern Amateur Championship, the 6th ranked amateur event in the world. He also had a top 10 finish at the Future Masters and a top 35 finish at Southern Junior Championship at the Country Club of Charleston.