Three Vols On College Hall Of Fame Ballot

Three
former Vols are on the ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame as
announced by the National Football Foundation on Tuesday. Defensive back Bobby
Majors, linebacker Paul Naumoff and linebacker Jackie Walker are among 77
players on the ballot.

Bobby
Majors, Tennessee-Defensive Back
 – 1971 unanimous First Team
All-America… Led Vols to wins in 1971 Sugar Bowl and 1972 Liberty Bowl…
Holds school records for punt returns in a career (117 for 1163 yards, 4 TDs)
and season (42 for 457 yards, 2 TDs).

Paul
Naumoff, Tennessee-Linebacker
 – Named First Team
All-America and All-Conference in 1966…Named team MVP in 1966…Played in the
College All-Star Game and Senior Bowl in 1967.

Jackie Walker,
Tennessee-Linebacker
 –
1970 and '71 First Team All-American…Set NCAA record for career interceptions
returned for TD by a linebacker (5)… Two-time First Team All-SEC selection who
helped Vols to 1969 SEC Championship.

 

Courtesy: Tennessee

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