Archbishop Stepinac High School (White Plains, NY) 1 of 2. Parade All-American Team. Return to Top; Players. 10. Roberson finished second in the Mr. Basketball voting in 2002 and was a Parade All-American. SONNY GRANDELIUS, RB, MUSKEGON HEIGHTS (1944-1946): The Muskegon Heights Tigers were a major high school football power in the 1940s, and Grandelius was one of the best Tigers ever. He completed 31 of 50 passes for 465 yards in that semifinal game against Traverse City St. Francis. KIRK GIBSON, WR, WATERFORD KETTERING (1972-1975): Gibson played high school football long before the Internet and recruiting services became major cottage industries. VanPelt went on to a stellar NFL career and was a five-time Pro Bowl linebacker. For more information, please visit or by phone at (314) 819 . Some of the names include Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown and Deion Sanders along with James, Moss and Smith. 52. He rushed for 2,697 yards in 2006, as he helped lead Madison to the Division 5 state final before moving on to the University of Michigan. They are: (1) the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA), (2) the . STUART SCHWEIGERT, QB/S,HERITAGE (1997-1999): An outstanding high school athlete and football player, Schweigert was a top 100 recruit in the nation coming out of high school. 1992 Parade All America High School Football Team (30th Annual) Select Year: Farley, a 6-foot-4, 198-pound two-way end, played on the WVU freshmen team in 1970, hurt his knee and missed spring ball in 1971, and was moved first to offensive line in 1971, and then to . He finished his career with 10,615 passing yards, which is 2,709 yards more than the number-two passer. top 10 selections by two different professional sports leagues. 10. 85. 91. MAX BULLOUGH, LB, TRAVERSE CITY ST. FRANCIS (2007-2009): Bullough was a three-year starter and two-time all-state selection who helped St. Francis win back-to-back state titles in 2008-09. After college, Morrall had a 21-year NFL career that included winning the1968 NFL MVP award and beingpart of three Super Bowl champion teams. MARK INGRAM JR., RB, GRAND BLANC/FLINT SOUTHWESTERN (2005-2007): The 2009 Heisman Trophy winner while attendingthe University of Alabama, Ingram enjoyed a sparkling high school career. makes these newspapers available for the purpose of historical research, and is not responsible for the content of any newspapers archived at our site. He led his team to the 1945 state title as a quarterback, and in 1946 he switched to fullback, earned all-state honors, and again led the Tigers to a state title. Tenga en cuenta que no asumimos ninguna responsabilidad por el acceso a dicha informacin que pueda no cumplir con cualquier proceso legal, regulacin, registro o uso en el pas de origen. The one-time NFL hopeful, after an exceptional playing career at the University of Michigan, is now an executive sous chef . So I figured if I could cook for those guys, then I could cook for just about anybody.. Now Garrett ismaking his own mark and has been selected as Player of the Year on PARADE's 46th annual All-AmericaHigh School Football Team. At Michigan State University, Bass was a two-time all-Big 10 player and was team MVP during the 1979 season and is the all-time leader in tackles for the Spartans. BRANDON GRAHAM, LB, DETROIT CROCKETT (2003-2005): Graham was one of the most decorated high school players in state history. 41. Sword also played four years in the NFL with the Colts and the Raiders. In 1979, he passed for a then Flint-area record 1,926 yards and 26 touchdowns in thetime before spread offenses. A four-year starter at running back, Grady helped lead the Pioneers to a 49-3 record and two Division 3 state championships. CHRIS ROBINSON, RB, OVID-ELSIE (2006-2009): Robinson was a small-school phenom who scored 99 career touchdowns (fourth-best in state history). Che Foster's teammates were the best critics a budding professional cook he could ever have. 47. The USA Today player of the year in football and baseball, Mauer threw for 5,528 yards in his career and also batted. Big Ten, SEC, ACC, Big 12, Conference USA. That The 2015 team is headlined by Kyler Murray, a dynamic dual-threat. He is Purdues all-time leader in interceptions with 17. He was a five-time Pro Bowl player, who finished his career with 35 interceptions. Most Recent Games and Any Score Since 1869. 39. He went on to star at the University of Michigan, where he earned all-American honors and was the Big 10 Defensive Player of the Year. Started by the Sunday magazine in 1957, it had been the longest ongoing selection of high school basketball . Walderzak was an all-state tackle, and he went on to play tackle infor University of Nebraska. In the 1998 Division 2 state title game against Hudsonville, he hauled in six passes for 146 yards and a pair of touchdowns and also added an interception. A Pittsburgh Central Catholic graduate, Marino was a Parade All-American in football and also started in baseball. The newspaper has named a team every year since 1982. 76. The Lincoln Star. I get the same rush out of this as I did when I played football. As a senior, Nichol passed for 2,225 yards and 31 touchdowns. Posted on 25/04/2023 by 25/04/2023 by 13. The two-time All-City and All-State linebacker, who also played offensive tackle, was set to play football at USC but had to first go to Arizona Western Junior College for grades. He was also a state-champion wrestler who was a three-time all-American at Central Michigan University and finished with 104 career wins. He also held the record for longest field goal for 13 yearsafter a 55-yard effort in 1981 vs. Farmington. TERRY MCDANIEL, WR/RB, SAGINAW (1980-1982): A versatile speedster, McDaniel totaled 1,582 yards of total offense as a senior and was heavily recruited by Michigan and byMichigan State. Basketball; . Bass went on to play in the Canadian Football League,where he was a six-time CFL all-star and a member of the 1987 Grey Cup champion team. Breasbois totaled 7,216 career passing yards, as Merrill operated out of four and five-receiver sets. Harrison was one of the best players ever out of St John's Prep which is a school that also produced NFL players Brian St Pierre, Rob Konrad and Jonathan Goff. PAUL JOKISCH, WR, BROTHER RICE (1980-1981): The 68, 240-pound Jokisch teamed up with Yarema to form one of the most imposing pitch-and-catch duos in state history. Since 1963 the PARADE annual All-America High School Football Team has been chosen. Foster declared for the 1995 NFL Draft. DREW HENSON, QB, BRIGHTON (1995-1997): Few stars shined as brightly on the baseball field and football field than Hensons while at Brighton. On October 9th, the Oklahoma Sooners of the Big 8 beat their bitter rivals the Texas Longhorns rather easily, 48- 27. 1994. Some performers were selected based on Olympic performances the summer after their senior year. 2012 Ath John Diarse Neville Player : School: State: C: Danny Goodwin : Central: IL: 1B: Ed Kupiel : Malloy: NY: 2B: . The teams were chosen in December until 1980 when they began choosing the team after the first of the year. 35. 28. 19. . He also ran for 2,010 yards as a senior. For his career, Rush passed for 7,247 yards, good for fourth place on the career list. Seventeen of the 24 players on The Tennessean's 1990s All-Decade high school football team either won a state title or played in a title game. Two-way offensive/defensive lineman Daniel Mama was named Los Angeles Times Lineman of the Year and a MaxPreps All-American, then went on to become an All-Pac-12 offensive lineman at USC and play two seasons in the NFL. ), Greatest girls high school basketball player from each decade, Greatest high school basketball player from each decade, Top 50 greatest high school football teams of all-time, 50 greatest high school football coaches of all-time, All-time leading girls high school basketball scorers in all 50 states, All-time leading high school boys basketball scorers in all 50 states, New York all-time high school basketball scoring leader Joe Girard III commits to Syracuse, Top 50 all-time winningest high school football programs. Eurick rushed for 984 yards and scored 20 touchdowns. The Player of the Year Award was often shared. DWAIN KOSCIELNIAK, RB, GAYLORD ST. MARY (1987-1990): One of the premier players to come out of northern Michigan, Koscielniak rushed for 5,078 yards during his career and scored 412 points. 64. 0. Achterhoff gainedfame when he was credited with the sack by Dan Rudy Ruettiger in the famous Rudy play against Georgia Tech. A powerful runner,he scored 35 touchdowns in the 2010 season, as he helped lead Lowell to a Division 2 state title. As a matter of policy, Sports Reference only reports the results of games as played on the field. BRAD JONES, TE/LB, EAST LANSING (2001-2003): Jones was a dominant presence at linebacker with his combination of size and speed. He went on to play at University of Notre Dame and was a member of the 1973 National Championship team before playing in the NFL for the Miami Dolphins. That season, he wasMVP of the MAC, as he rushed for a school record 1,890 yards and scored 22 touchdowns. 53. Miami was an independent and the school talked from time to time about dropping football. During his three-year career, he never allowed a quarterback sack and graded90% or highereach year. High School. Belding reached its zenith when Cummings was piling up yards at a record clip. He was at his best in the 1974 season, when he passed for 2,589 yards in nine games. The SPORTS REFERENCE and STATHEAD trademarks are owned exclusively by Sports Reference LLC. BRENT CUMMINGS, RB, BELDING (1995-1998): Few offenses were as explosive as Beldings wing-T offense in the 1990s. BENNY CLARK JR., RB, RAVENNA (1993-1996): Clark was one of the greatest small-school runing backs in state history. Ole Miss improved to 6-5 in 1975, but Bounds was mostly 2nd team that season. A prep all-American and all-state selection, Stanton finished his high school career completing 234 of 357 passes (65%) for 5,293 yards and 58 touchdowns. Selections were based on high school performance as much as possible. REGGIE MACKENZIE, OL, HIGHLAND PARK (1965-1967): The finest high school player ever produced at Highland Park, Mackenzie was a three-year starter at the University of Michigan and was an all-American in 1971. No regrets.. Foster had no idea in 1990, when he was Parade All-American running back and The Oklahoman's High School Player of the Year out of Edmond, that the culinary arts would someday strip the football from of his hands forever. McEachern High School (Powder Springs, GA) Cade Cunningham. 1971 Consensus All American Team. JOHN MILLER, RB/DB, FARMINGTONHARRISON (1981-1984): A prep all-American, Miller was the premier player in the state of Michigan in the early 1980s. Emmendorfer finished his career with 512 points and helped to lead the Hornets to the 2006 Division 8 state title. The Parade All-America Boys Basketball Team was an annual selection by Parade that nationally honored the top high school boys' basketball players in the United States. 6. He totaled 98 tackles as a junior and 117 tackles as a senior before headingto Grand Valley State University, where set a number of school records. MIKE MCFADDEN, DL,HERITAGE (2000-2001): McFadden was a defensive standout who earned all-state honors both as a junior and as a senior. Pruitt holds MAC and school records for rushing yards in a game with 356, and he also scored a school-record five touchdowns in one game. Montverde Academy (Montverde, FL) RJ Davis. Website design & development by copyright 2021 Pro Football hall of fame all rights reserved, Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls, Black College Football Hall of Fame Classic. PAUL KRAUSE, WR/DB, BENDLE (1957-1959): Krause was an all-state football, basketball, and baseball player at Bendle. Wheatley finished his career with 70 career touchdowns and 484 points and went on to success at the University of Michigan and with the NFLs Los Angeles Raiders. 9. 86. 2013 OL Cameron Robinson West Monroe. Russell Cross, Manley, 1980 The 6-10 center was a McDonald's All-American and the Parade national player of the year in 1980. Some even won multiple championships. Lato ended his career with 522 points. [20] School Football over the past 100 seasons. ALEX NIZNAK, QB, ITHACA (2008-2010): A two-time all-state selection, Niznak led Ithaca to a perfect 14-0 season in 2010, as he passed for 2,731 yards and 31 touchdowns while rushing for 1,161 yards and 21 touchdowns. Coaches. 70. He went on to play running back at the University of Michigan. 12. 29. 1 overall in the NFL Draft last week, Kyler Murray Attended Plainfield High and UConn. 361 Cmp, 562 Att, 5188 Yds, 41 TD, 28 Int, 249 Cmp, 403 Att, 4031 Yds, 35 TD, 12 Int, 207 Cmp, 360 Att, 3625 Yds, 39 TD, 13 Int, 287 Cmp, 477 Att, 3819 Yds, 36 TD, 11 Int, 400 Cmp, 553 Att, 4275 Yds, 36 TD, 15 Int, 207 Cmp, 357 Att, 3470 Yds, 25 TD, 11 Int, 203 Cmp, 305 Att, 3060 Yds, 29 TD, 11 Int. RB: Steve Harrison - St John's Prep HS Danvers, Ma 5-11, 170: an undersized but speedy tailback that ran for nearly 1,400 yards as a senior in 1967. Page 170. A three-time all-American in college, Marriuci led Northern Michigan University to the 1975 Division 2 National Championship. RYAN CUNNINGHAM, RB, FULTON (1992-1995): A bruising running back, Cunningham rushed for 5,337 yards during his career. He scored a state record 151 career touchdowns andis also the all-time rushing leader in the state with 8,431 career yards, 618 yards more than the second-best total. MIKE DUMAS, DB, LOWELL (1984-1986): Dumas was a dominating player on both sides of the ball but was best known for his hard-hitting style on defense. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Missouri. 63. Simpsons Silverdome rushingrecord. MARK CATLIN, QB/DB, LOWELL (2000-2002): Catlin was one of the finest two-way players in Lowell history. Eight year. DON COLEMAN, OL/DL, FLINT CENTRAL (1954): Coleman played only one year of high school football, but it wasmemorable, as he earned all-state honors and helped lead Flint Central to a state championship. He finished his high school career with 2,525 career receiving yards and 40 career touchdown receptions. A total of eight players on the 1990s team were also selected to the NFL's All-Decade Team of the 1980s. College Football Scores. TONY DUNGY, QB, JACKSON PARKSIDE (1971-1973): Although he is better known as the Super Bowl winning coach of the Indianapolis Colts, Dungy was an outstanding high school athlete. TOM TYSON, RB, WHITTEMORE-PRESCOTT (1992-1995): Tyson was one of the finest football players to ever come out of northeastern Michigan. Conferences. Foster was a 6-foot-3, 235-pound running back for Edmond, when the district still had one high school. He repeated in 1971 as a key member of the nation's best defense. 1990 All-Big Eight Conference football team, 1990 All-Big Ten Conference football team, 1990 All-Pacific-10 Conference football team,, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License 3.0, Mike Heldt, Notre Dame (AP-3, UPI-2, FN, NEA-2), Will White, Florida (AP-3, FWAA, UPI-2, NEA-2), Nathan LaDuke, Arizona State (AP-2, NEA-2), Kerry Valrie, Southern Mississippi (AP-3), AFCA selected by 3,000 active members of the, This page was last edited on 2 March 2022, at 20:51. 38. Every year, Parade's annual high school All-America team highlights the biggest stars headed to the next level. Play Index. DAVE BLACKMER, PK, FARMINGTON HARRISON (1981-1982): Blackmer was one of the most successful high school kickers in state history. 65. He earned two Super Rings as a professional with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Some school's results have been altered by retroactive NCAA penalties. After making all-PSL in Detroit as a sophomore,he was a two-time all-state playerwho alsoearned numerous all-American honors as a senior, including being named a captain of the U.S. Army Bowl game. . and an approved baseball, basketball, football and softball of the National High School Federation. For his career , he finished with 630 points. 1 recruit in 1981 and went on to a career as both a basketball and a football player for the Wolverines. The team finished with a perfect season, asLeach passed for 1,668 yards and 23 touchdowns in an era dominated by the ground game. The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) recognizes five selectors as "official" for the 1990 season. Select Year: The 6-foor-2, 220-pound Lewis was a Parade All-American on the 1970 Badgers team that finished a perfect 12-0 and was ranked third in the nation. "The Parade High School All-America Teams": This sports franchise honors as All-Americans the best U.S. high school athletes in boys and girls basketball, football, and boys and girls soccer. As a tight end,hecaught eight touchdown passes. A dominating linebacker and fullback in high school, Bettis led Mackenzie to the West Division title in the Detroit PSL and to a state playoff berth. He was a hulking offensive end and linebacker who dominated on both sides of the football. JAY ACHTERHOFF, OL, MUSKEGON (1970-1971): Achterhoff anchored the offensive line for the unbeaten Muskegon team of 1971 that won the Class A state champion. As a junior, Foster helped the Bulldogs win the Class 5A state championship in 1989 under coach Rick Jones. 11. Updated July 14th, 2021 at 12:21 a.m. PST All-America Teams, Wooden Award, NCAA Tournament MOP Coaches Leonard Hamilton , Jay Wright , Johnny Orr , Danny Nee , Fran Dunphy As October 1971 rolled around, Notre Dame continued it's downward slide with a close win over Michigan State. For his career, Ellsworth totaled 632 points, good for fifth place all-time. 1971-ABCA/Rawlings All-America Teams: High School All-America First Team: Pos. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. He transferred to Southwestern his senior year and opened the 2007 season by establishing a . RANDY KINDER, RB, EAST LANSING (1990-1992): Kinder combined good power with outstanding speed and was one of the top high school running backs in the country in 1992. Boles played in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys. 81. 50. He went on to star at Michigan State Universityand later played for the Detroit Lions. Grandelius went on to Michigan State University,where he earned all-American honors as a senior, when he rushed for 1,023 yards. The big man from East Rutherford High School (NJ) was named to the 5th team in 1968. 60. Miami was an independent and the school talked from time to time about dropping football. 84. Those guys would definitely tell me if something was bad, Foster said with a laugh. The 1969 College Football All-America team is composed of college football players who were selected as All-Americans by various organizations that chose College Football All-America Teams in 1969.. A Player of the Year was identified from 1970-74, 1976-77 and from 1981-2015. He went on to be the District 9 rushing leader, twice, as a running back at Cameron University. He was part of two state title teams. 67. All rights reserved. He recorded 50 tackles and three interceptions on defense. On offense, he rushed for 1,623 yards (11.2 yards average) and threw for 920 yards and nine touchdowns. A member of the 2002 state championship team, Koster caught 86 passes for 1,305 yards that year. 2008-Jordan Hill. 79. [3][4] He went on to Michigan State University, where he was the first African-American football player. 59. TOM DEVINE, OE/LB, LUMEN CHRISTI CATHOLIC (1968-1969): The . 1992. Since 1963 the PARADE annual All-America High School Football Team has been chosen. Select year below to view the complete team for every state. Marriuci was an all-Upper Peninsula football and basketball player. Do you have a blog? The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) recognizes five selectors as "official" for the 1990 season. 33. He is second in career receiving yards with 3,666 and third in career touchdownreceptions with 42. He rushed for 2,464 yards his senior year before moving on to University of Notre Dame. ), North Fort Myers (North Fort Myers, Fla.), Wheaton-Warrenville South (Wheaton, Ill.), Top male high school athletes in each state, MaxPreps 2019-20 Male High School Athlete of the Year: Jalen Suggs, MaxPreps 2019-20 Female High School Athlete of the Year: Paige Bueckers, LeBron James watches son Bronny and Sierra Canyon beat his alma mater, High school quarterbacks with at least 10,000 career yards passing. The newspaper has named a team every year since 1982. St. Louis. The National Football League's All-Decade Teams have been determined by the Pro Football Hall of Fames Selection Committee. The newspaper has named a team every year since 1982. Leach went on to start at quarterback for four years at the University of Michigan in the golden era of Wolverine football under Bo Schembechler and was a three-time Heisman Trophy finalist. He also panned up vittles for teammates, including roommate and future NFL running back Tyrone Wheatley. DEANDRE JOHNSON, RB, MADISON (2003-2006): Johnson was one of the most productive running backs ever in the Detroit area. JAKE LONG, OT, LAPEER EAST (2000-2002): Long was a dominant blocker in high school. Ever since PARADE selected its first All America High School Football Team in 1963, the magazine has been discovering some of the greatest gridiron legends in history. He went on to a 13-year NFL career, primarily with the Buffalo Bills, where he was a two-time Pro Bowl player. CT history: Born in Moosup in 1923. All rights reserved. The Team; Rules and FAQ; Contact Us; Our Partners; ZwiftPower; 1978 parade all american football team . He went on to an all-American career at Michigan State Universityand was selected all Big 10 three times. SAM SWORD, LB, SAGINAW ARTHUR HILL (1991-1993): An all-state linebacker, Sword was part of Arthur Hills 1991 state championship team and 1992 state runner-up team. DB: Bill Kosch - Nebraska: Kosch led the team with 7 interceptions in 1970 as his first season as a starter and he was All Big 8. Player Pos HT WT Birth City Birth Date High School HS . These are the five teams that are included in Total Football II: The Official . The following charts identify the NCAA-recognized consensus All-Americans for the year 1990 and display which first-team designations they received. . The 1963 College Football All-America team is composed of college football players selected as All-Americans by various organizations and writers. 2005-2023 CBS Interactive. The decisions I made I have no regrets at all, said Foster, who turns 40 on Wednesday. He chose the University of Michigan, where he earned all-American honors and was the Big 10 Defensive Player of the Year. He picked Michigan StateUniversityover the Universities of Michigan and Notre Dame and led it to the 1955 Rose Bowl title. This column lists the number of selectors choosing the player as a first-team All-American as follows: official selectors/other selectors/total selectors. In 1999,Sports Illustrated named him the seventh greatest sports figure from the state of Michigan. He is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame All-Decade Teams for the 1970s and the 1980s and he was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1991. The teams were chosen in December until 1980 when they began choosing the team after the first of the year. Derrick Brooks, Booker T. Washington (Pensacola, Fla.) High school: The USA Today Defensive Player of the Year in 1990, Brooks also earned Parade All-America honors. 1971-1972: 1971-1972: 1A: Sonora: Mont Belvieu Barbers Hill: 3-3: Playoff Bracket: Tie (Co-Champions) 1971-1972: 1A Six-Man: . BENNIE OOSTERBAAN, DE, MUSKEGON (1921-1924): Arguably the first super prep athlete from the state of Michigan, Oosterbaan was an all-state end in football for the Muskegon Big Reds and was also a basketball and baseball star. Led by fourth-year head coach Blandy Clarkson, the Keydets went 9-1 and outscored opponents 224 to 23. Find out more. In addition, two members of the team are . Simpson. They are: (1) the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) based on . Mackenzie is a member of both the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame. Joe Paterno on teams that went 43-5 from 1971-74. GABE DEAN, QB, LOWELL (2009-2011): Dean played the quarterback position with a punishing style. who wrote miserere mei, deus; five below glass drink dispenser; Careers. All rights reserved. That total is 73 points higher than the next-highest point total. Pre-1900s Madison (Wis.), 1897 . Johnson played 12 years in the NFL and was part of two Super Bowl championships with the New York Giants. Ingram ended his senior year with 1,699 yards and 24 touchdowns and currently plays for the New Orleans Saints. 1993 Parade All America High School Football Team (31st Annual) RICHIE JORDAN, RB, FENNVILLE (1962-1964): The Fennville Flash was not just a basketball legend, although in that sport, the 57 Jordan averaged 44.1 points per game and was a high school all-American. JASON FRACASSA, QB, UTICA STEVENSON (2006-2009): The all-time passing king in Michigan high school football, Fracassa amassednumbers that will be hard to top. St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Waycross * 1971 Steve Stanaland, L, Valdosta * 1972 Ray Goff . JOSH THORNHILL, LB, LANSING EASTERN (1994-1997): A four-year starter for the Quakers, Thornhill was a dominant defensive force, who totaled 151 tackles as a junior and 150 as a senior. Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction? Este sitio web contiene informacin sobre productos dirigidos a una amplia gama de audiencias y podra contener detalles de productos o informacin que de otra forma no sera accesible o vlida en su pas. Bruce Vann rushed for 958 yards for Central State's (now UCO) 1983 playoff team. He went on to play at Michigan State University and was drafted 18th overall in the NFL draft by the Atlanta Falcons. Henson played in college at University of Michigan and then played pro football with the Dallas Cowboys and pro baseball with the New York Yankees. LARRY FOOTE, LB, DETROIT PERSHING (1995-1997): Foote was an all-state linebacker,who was considered one of the top recruits in the state his senior year. During his three years at Nouvel,he rushed for 6,336 yards. He went on to University of Michigan, where he was a three-year starter at quarterback who led the Wolverines to a pair of Rose Bowls and setwhata wasthen thesingle-season passing yardage record. He is second in career rushing with 7,813 yards. All-American Championship; Derby Classic; . Or write about sports? 55. Nov 28, 2020. All-America Teams, Wooden Award, NCAA Tournament MOP Coaches Leonard Hamilton , Jay Wright , Johnny Orr , Danny Nee , Fran Dunphy 13. Tab will move on to the next part of the site rather than go through menu items. In 1951, he led the Big Reds to a state championship, as he threw forwhat wasthen aschool-record 851 yards and 11 touchdowns. 1990 Parade All America High School Football Team (28th Annual) Both first and second teams are listed for the AP and NEA teams. TYRONE WHEATLEY, RB, DEARBORN HEIGHTS ROBICHAUD (1987-1990): From a pure talent level, few players could match the gifts that Wheatley brought to the football field. Russell played college football at University of Iowa, where he twice rushed for over 1,000 yards in a season. He went on to success as a two-time all-Big 10 running back with the University of Michigan Wolverines and was the team MVP in 1989. [6] Other notable selectors included Football News, the Gannett News Service,[7] Newspaper Enterprise Association in conjunction with World Almanac,[8] Scripps Howard (SH),[9] and The Sporting News (TSN).[10]. However,one of his proudest high school memories was being inducted into the National Honor Society, where he served as sergeant-at-arms. Although he was not selected, he signed with Buffalo and lasted until the late cuts. 19. 20. Morrall was a nationally-recruited quarterback. Played both sides of the ball, holds the school's defensive record with 18 career interceptions.

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