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Greatest Athletes

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1. Larry Stewart

2. Bobby Hayes

3. Tim Priest

4. Billy Ray Hampton

5. Patrick Willis

6. Quinton Hampton

7. Robert Holder B)

8. Joe Longmire

9. Dudley Rivers

10. Reggie Gordon B)

11. Chucky Hayes :lol:

12. Jamie Williams

13. Kimmy Kay Johnson

14. Priest Weathers

15. Nelson Santiago

16. Corey Hart

17. Terrence Bell

18. Kris Bennett

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Lets hear your thoughts.....

 

1. Larry Stewart

2. Bobby Hayes

3. Tim Priest

4. Billy Ray Hampton

5. Patrick Willis

6. Quinton Hampton

7. Robert Holder  :lol:

8. Joe Longmire

9. Dudley Rivers

10. Reggie Gordon  :lol:

11. Chucky Hayes  :)

12. Jamie Williams

13. Kimmy Kay Johnson

14. Priest Weathers

15. Nelson Santiago

16. Corey Hart

17. Terrence Bell

18. Kris Bennett

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James Harris and Carl Wallace were pretty good.

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Lets hear your thoughts.....

 

1. Larry Stewart

2. Bobby Hayes

3. Tim Priest

4. Billy Ray Hampton

5. Patrick Willis

6. Quinton Hampton

7. Robert Holder  B)

8. Joe Longmire

9. Dudley Rivers

10. Reggie Gordon  B)

11. Chucky Hayes  :blink:

12. Jamie Williams

13. Kimmy Kay Johnson

14. Priest Weathers

15. Nelson Santiago

16. Corey Hart

17. Terrence Bell

18. Kris Bennett

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Ray Morrison---McTyeire School in McKenzie. All-American at Vanderbilt and later coached at Vandy and SMU.

George Abernathy--All Mid South. All SEC Sophomore team at Vanderbilt

Terry Bateman--High School All American

Tom Winsett--Baseball. Picture on the cover of an April 1938 Life Magazine

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terrance bell?

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Without a question! You know who he is; This guy could dribble circles around you in basketball, hit homeruns in baseball, and we all know what he can do in football. His brothers Sam and Marcus were also good athletes.

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Lets hear your thoughts.....

 

1. Larry Stewart

2. Bobby Hayes

3. Tim Priest

4. Billy Ray Hampton

5. Patrick Willis

6. Quinton Hampton

7. Robert Holder  B)

8. Joe Longmire

9. Dudley Rivers

10. Reggie Gordon  B)

11. Chucky Hayes  :blink:

12. Jamie Williams

13. Kimmy Kay Johnson

14. Priest Weathers

15. Nelson Santiago

16. Corey Hart

17. Terrence Bell

18. Kris Bennett

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I would definately add Ja Rod King, Markee Tate, Maurice Buckley, & Chris Nash on the list.

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Ja-Rod was good and Bo Johnson too!!! Markee Tate was definitly a superior athlete and Nash too. I would also put Jimmy Ray Melton on the list but will have to put the "LOCO :blink: " sighn by his name as well. B)

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Add James McLemore to that list. He fought the Japaneese on Iwo Jima and was an All-State player for the Mustangs. Went on to play for Mississippi State and played in the Orange bowl. Also Warren Blankenship, Jimmy Watson, Buster Barger, Johnny Compton and James? Hicks from Bruceton. Reggie Gordon :lol: had to be one of the toughest players to play for Huntingdon. He could totally disrupt a game on defense..

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Add James McLemore to that list.  He fought the Japaneese on Iwo Jima and was an All-State player for the Mustangs.  Went on to play for Mississippi State and played in the Orange bowl.  Also Warren Blankenship, Jimmy Watson, Buster Barger, Johnny Compton and James? Hicks from Bruceton.  Reggie Gordon  :lol:  had to be one of the toughest players to play for Huntingdon.  He could totally disrupt a game on defense..

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I thought the Renfroe kid that played a few years back was one of the toughest players during that era.

What position did McLemore play in college?

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I thought the Renfroe kid that played a few years back was one of the toughest players during that era.

What position did McLemore play in college?

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I'm not sure what he played in college but he was a running back for the Mustangs and his nickname was "Mule". Very interesting man to talk to and he could tell you stories all day long from General Neyland at Tennessee to any former player from Huntingdon. Huntingdon went 11-0 his senior year I believe. Mr. McLemore went to UT for a year but he told me they had too many All-Americans there and he could see his playing time would be limited and then he went to Miss. State. His Miss. State team was honored a few years ago down in Starkville..

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I think Chris Donald will be in at least the top ten before he graduates. I have heard he is a great basketball and even greater baseball player, yet he doesnt play baseball in high school.

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