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Hard to pick one from Beasley, Rocker, M McNeal, Brooks, Spikes, Fullwood, Rogers, Dansby, Craig, Fairley, C Porter, C Williams. That's my Top 12 post 1970.
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I am thinking Steve Wallace..The guy was a force on the line and played for a long time in the NFL. A great player...
Terry Beasley was likely the most gifted athlete that did not win it
But the following make honorable..Carnell Williams, Marcus Mcneil, Lionel James, Cribbs, Brooks, and Andrews, Frank Sanders, Tucker Fredrickson, Sidell, Zeke Smith, and a few other old guys.
Frank Thomas also had a good baseball career.
Football. I always liked Rudi Johnson, Craig, Spikes, Rogers, Groves.
But as far as greatest athlete that isn't a hiesman. That would be King Charles.
Oh no he didn't
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Very nice list
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It would have to be the only player whose number is retired at AU that did not win the Heisman. #88.
Believe half of what you see, and none of what you hear.
Loved junior Rosegreen.... Lutzy... Cadillac... D. Craig... I think Patrick Nix was a great contributor.
I'm looking forward to the next group of greats!!
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Ahhh, another great one. Jackie was from my old H.S., Choctawhatchee, in Shalimar, FL. He was also a 1st round draft pick of the Baltimore Colts in 1959. He and Zeke were both drafted by the Colts.
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