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Atrews Bell

Posted on 7/25 6:19 PM | IP: Logged

jeff chaney was easily the better runningback over minor. i was always so disappointed he never got more carries.

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Posted on 7/25 6:22 PM | IP: Logged

I agree



Posted on 7/25 6:26 PM | IP: Logged

I know you asked for one, but several from the Peterson era come to mind immediately. They weren't unknown in their day, but most are sadly unknown to the present day Nole fan. I didn't know any of them personally, so I don't know what they were like.....they just made an impression on me during their playing days.

-Jim Tyson - TE led the Seminoles in receiving (49) the year following the great Ron Sellers' graduation.
-Jim Mankins - The first Nole RB I remember seeing play.
-Tom Bailey - Led the team in rushing for two years.
-Larry Green
-Bill Moreman
-Bill Gunter
-Dale McCullers
-Grant Guthrie


Posted on 7/25 7:54 PM | IP: Logged


Originally posted by fsupcnole:
Atrews Bell


I also liked Atrews. He played with alot of heart.

He was one of the first one's to start talking about how messed up FSU was from the inside. He was very vocal about JB.



Posted on 7/25 8:34 PM | IP: Logged

That's easy. Leon Fowler #3, free safety from 89-92. He was a two year starter who absolutely destroyed people.



Posted on 7/25 9:57 PM | IP: Logged

Favorite Seminole of all time was most definitely THIS guy...



but some of my other favorites were:

Pooh Bear Williams, Shevin Smith, Jeff Chaney, Tommy Polley, Derrick Gibson, Samari Rolle and Ernie Sims



Posted on 7/25 10:27 PM | IP: Logged

Ferrel Henry 1963-64

Posted on 7/25 10:45 PM | IP: Logged

& Billy

Posted on 7/25 10:49 PM | IP: Logged

My brother-in-law was one of Chaney's teachers at Lakes Wales. He was always my favorite to watch.

Curse the Deamon Deacons and that cow pasture they stripe on Saturdays.

Posted on 7/25 10:55 PM | IP: Logged

Jared was the middle child. Jeremiah is the younger. But I give props to Jareds older brother Josh. Taught him everything he knew :) Email me Jared. all5blooms@comcast.net.

Posted on 7/25 11:55 PM | IP: Logged


Originally posted by nolealum13:
Favorite Seminole of all time was most definitely THIS guy...



but some of my other favorites were:

Pooh Bear Williams, Shevin Smith, Jeff Chaney, Tommy Polley, Derrick Gibson, Samari Rolle and Ernie Sims


And how in the world does this qualify for "unknown" Seminole? Warrick Dunn? Who the heck is that? And Shevin Smith, Jwff Chaney, Samari Rolle?
Guys, the thread is UNKNOWN, not well known.
Mine is John Davis 1990-93 and for the love of God I drew a blank. The safety that got a pick in the 1993 NC game. He actually had quite a few picks for a FS. Anyone? I think it starts with a C.

Posted on 7/26 12:16 AM | IP: Logged


Originally posted by Nole Daddy:
Connell "Spanky" Spain. He was a very good player and good leader on a defense filled with stars. I got to know Spanky my last year in college, and he was a lot of fun to hang out with.


Lol, we called him "Tink" in jr. high and high school, short for tinkerbell cuz he was so littletongue. He had 2 sacks vs. Uf one year.



Posted on 7/26 12:21 AM | IP: Logged

Well since someone already took my first choice of Rock Preston....I'll go with another of my favorite names....Orpheous Roye



Posted on 7/26 12:24 AM | IP: Logged

Benford Peoples.

Posted on 7/26 6:46 AM | IP: Logged


Originally posted by mjc4:
Bobby Rhodes ... kid was tough as nails.
I know the Rhodes family!!!



Posted on 7/26 7:06 AM | IP: Logged

Ivory Joe Hunter - two time captain in the late 70's
Darrin Holloman -- the orginal "Dunn" was moved to WR because of his size and probably holds the record for reverses run under Bowden and never loss yardage.
Rudy Malory -- scored 3 TDs in 7 minutes to lead a 4th qtr comeback 1976 that kick started the Bowden era.
Jerry Coleman -- walk on center who solved the problem at the position against Nebraska in 1980.

Posted on 7/26 10:14 AM | IP: Logged

Allen Augustin
Bradley Jennings
Lamont Green
Jerome Carter
Nick Maddox

Posted on 7/26 10:30 AM | IP: Logged


Originally posted by Thirtyeight2thirtyfour:




Originally posted by nolealum13:
Favorite Seminole of all time was most definitely THIS guy...



but some of my other favorites were:

Pooh Bear Williams, Shevin Smith, Jeff Chaney, Tommy Polley, Derrick Gibson, Samari Rolle and Ernie Sims




And how in the world does this qualify for "unknown" Seminole? Warrick Dunn? Who the heck is that? And Shevin Smith, Jwff Chaney, Samari Rolle?
Guys, the thread is UNKNOWN, not well known.
Mine is John Davis 1990-93 and for the love of God I drew a blank. The safety that got a pick in the 1993 NC game. He actually had quite a few picks for a FS. Anyone? I think it starts with a C.



I think you're referring to Richard Coes. Mack Knight was a pretty good DB as well. Anybody remember John Wyche and Tommy Henry?

Posted on 7/26 11:46 AM | IP: Logged

I'm an early 90's guy, so I will go with the following

Errol McCorvey - always making plays at DB
Kendrick Scott - special teams demon
Enzo Armella - f-ing bulldog, tore up his knee real bad or else he would have been special
Shannon Baker - "Shake" - good hoops player too
Jon Stark - could have played QB at a lot of schools, but instead took mop-up duty for Charlie and Danny K

and my favorite of all time

Toddrick McIntosh - funny as hell and tough as nails

Posted on 7/26 1:05 PM | IP: Logged

Wayne Messam



Posted on 7/26 1:20 PM | IP: Logged

1. Kirk Carruthers
2. Bill Ragans



Posted on 7/26 1:21 PM | IP: Logged

Jon Nance....NG from the 93 team! He was a wall in the middle!



Posted on 7/26 1:28 PM | IP: Logged

I think we need to give a little props to Andre Cooper, that dude helped pioneer the jumpball, and to be nice to the hogs up front how bout Clay Shiver, or Jason williams you got to love some down home boys to run your line.

Posted on 7/26 1:34 PM | IP: Logged


Originally posted by danhnoles:
Darrin Holloman -- the orginal "Dunn" was moved to WR because of his size and probably holds the record for reverses run under Bowden and never loss yardage.


Wasn't he nicknamed "Waterbug"?

Also, I believe Darrin is the one who scored the two-point conversion (on a reverse, of course) in the Tangerine Bowl to tie UGA in the closing minutes. That tie help FSU set the record for most consecutive Bowl games w/o a loss.

Gripper



Posted on 7/26 1:57 PM | IP: Logged

I like whosit a lot, but whatshisname is my all time favorite . tongue

Posted on 7/26 2:01 PM | IP: Logged

Corian Freeman ,this guy was sick. On kick off's he would be in on the tackle every time then start a fight talk about fired up .I first saw him when I was in high school visiting for a game , my soon to be roomate said watch #18 he'll be the first one down field and make the tackle every time and sure enough he did.The dude was a bad man. Other than him Kevin Long and Robbie Baker were some of my buddies.




Posted on 7/26 2:49 PM | IP: Logged

I'd go with Sprague as well... especially after that touch down dance he did. Can't recall the game (maybe Miami in Tally) but it was some hurky jerky crazy type dance. Too funny not to appreciate...

Posted on 7/26 3:09 PM | IP: Logged

Scott Bently(GA Baby)finally got us there and Keith Cotrell kept the opposing O's pinned deep most of the time...Thanks Keith for signing my kids ball and letting him wear your ring....inspired my son with the love of the game in a simple pick-up game you played at the Orange Bowl with a few kids, THANKS!!! He is still getting to the passes early and still making them pay!!! He goes to the FSU football camp with another one of those you played with that day!!

Posted on 7/26 4:03 PM | IP: Logged


Originally posted by conatsas:
Roc Preston- loved the name, he was awesome

Ditto. Rock Preston. Always liked to see him get the ball but playing behind Dunn was tough.


Posted on 7/26 5:54 PM | IP: Logged

Ron Dugans. Played in the shadow of Coles and Warrick, but made some crucial plays.

Posted on 7/26 9:08 PM | IP: Logged

the guy who blocked all the kicks. I think his name was Wessel, or something like that. It was all he could do! But he could do it.

Posted on 7/26 9:31 PM | IP: Logged

terry widner from donalsonville got to play in the 5 game octfest. i think he owns the chic filet on north monroe. also i liked micheal whiting and dayne williams.



Posted on 7/26 10:15 PM | IP: Logged

Jeff Chaney and Rock Preston are hard to beat, but I gotta throw out some love to E.G. Green also. Andre Cooper got most of the attention, but E.G. did his thing also.
Also gotta give a shout-out to some Niceville boys: Kenny Felder, Kevin Knox, and Joey Kaleikini



Posted on 7/26 10:26 PM | IP: Logged

BJ Ward, FG Blocker Phenomenon. Im not sure what position on the field other than Special Teams He played. Probably Safety.

Posted on 7/26 11:12 PM | IP: Logged

Nole Daddy you stole my pic!3dGrin While Peter B. and Wilson did their thang on the outside Spain was recking havick in the middle.

Posted on 7/26 11:35 PM | IP: Logged

Is this thread Tomahawk worthy? 3dGrin



Posted on 7/27 1:32 AM | IP: Logged

Jeff Chaney was my initial choice, but seeing how he is getting so much love on here (rightfully so) I'll go with Reggie Durden. Solid CB and ran back kicks during the P-Dub years. I know alot of people prolly are automatically turned off by him because he returned kick over Peter, but he did a solid job returning kicks and playing corner. All around solid Nole IMHO. Great thread also, there are so many great Noles who deserve recognition who normally don't receive it.



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