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University of Alabama: The high mark of college football since 1892
Gene Jelks & Larry Rose.
Andrew pearman(sp?). Returned kicks for a couple of teams in the league.
Melo was a huge thug.
played against tavaress jackson starting qb for seahawks. played with frank walker, he is a cornerback with the
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I didn't play high school ball, but I went to Holt, and the best football, baseball AND basketball player Holt went against while I was there was Charles Cleveland. I graduated in '72, when Holt went undefeated and led the state in scoring and scoring defense. Our closest game was against Bibb County, and Cleveland made it competitive all by himself, both on offense (quarterback and wideout) and defense (linebacker and DB).
Was a heckuva college basketball player, but he was an unbelievable all-sports stud in high school.
Without one iota of a doubt. Curt Jarvis Gardendale HS. He was a NG and he was faster than our All State TB.
flame said... (original post)Ya I was wrong it was Carnell's junior year. They steamrolled everyone that season. Their smallest margin victory was in the state championship game & it was by 16 points.
flame said... (original post)
Ya I was wrong it was Carnell's junior year. They steamrolled everyone that season. Their smallest margin victory was in the state championship game & it was by 16 points.
I thought so, haha, had me re-counting the years. Yea we put them out and held him under 100 yds, the only team to do so that year.
"Theres No Substitute for Guts"
Ron Yary Vikings All-Pro Offensive Tackle
Earl McCullouch, Lions Rookie of the Year 68, Flanker Wide Receiver,
kerry Goode fast fast
Saleem Rasheed, everyday in practice.
Other team, I'd have to go with Tyler Watts
Grew up in Louisiana. Played against these guys:
Warrick Dunn, Kevin Faulk, and Pat Williams who played at A&M and with the Vikings as a DT
I have played soccer with Oguchi Onyewu, Dejan Jakovic, and Carlos Bocanegra.
My father played football with Richard Todd and said he was most complete athlete to ever come out of mobile, al.
Offensive Player = Tyler Watts. He was an sonuvagun to get down when he scrambled and got into the secondary.
Defensive Player = Saleem Rasheed. Hardest hit I ever took was when Saleem was the gunner on KO and I was an upback that got in his way. He had no desire to tackle the returner...he simply wanted to hurt somebody.
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Tim Castille and not even a close 2nd
Vinnie Sunseri. Had 23 tackles, a sack, two tackles for loss, and a scoop and score. Literally was his team. Thankfully that was their only score of the game and we beat them, but hell of player.
Bird19771 said... (original post)Tj slaughter at john Carroll He later played for the jax jaguars
Bird19771 said... (original post)
Tj slaughter at john Carroll He later played for the jax jaguars
I've known TJ for years. You know hes a model of some kind now, LOL. Dude has bright green or blue eyes that made him look super intimidating. Hes a beast
“Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”
You get out of it what you put into it!
Played midget ball against Emory Smith. I think he set the record for the most 80 yd td runs.
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