The contest will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday at Birmingham High.
Williams and Hosea were All-Area and All-CIF Southern Section standouts this past season for Burroughs, which won a share of the Pacific League title. Wilke helped Burbank nab a share of the league crown as well.
Williams, the Pacific League Offensive Player of the Year, had 196 carries for 1,529 yards (7.8 yards a carry) and 21 touchdowns. This yardage total put him fourth on the Indians’ all-time single-season rushing list.
Hosea a dominating linebacker who was named the league’s defensive player of the year, led the team with 141 tackles. He averaged 12.8 tackles a game.
As a linebacker, Wilke had 63 tackles and an interception.
Immediately following the high school game at 6 p.m. will be the inaugural Sports Scholarships USA Junior College All-Star Game.
Playing in the game will be Glendale Community College sophomore running back Jorge Chaidez, a Bellarmine-Jefferson High graduate. Last season, Chaidez had 98 carries for 511 yards and two touchdowns for the Vaqueros.
Burbank athletes qualify for elite meet: Burbank High senior distance runners Greg Dotson and McKenzie Paul have both qualified for the inaugural California State Indoor Track Meet.
The event will be held Feb. 6 at the Save-Mart Center in Fresno.
The two moved on to the meet after posting impressive times in qualifying events. There were six qualifying meets held around the state, with the top four finishers in each event qualifying for the indoor meet.
Dotson won the boys’ 800 meters at the meet held at Cerritos College with a time of 1 minute 55 seconds. Paul finished fourth in a girls’ 800 race to claim the final automatic qualifying spot, clocking a time of 2:21.
Dotson and Paul — who were All-Area cross-country runners this past season — both won Pacific League 800 titles in 2009. Dotson also advanced to the CIF Southern Section Finals.