Red Bank Lions: All-Time Football Team

Saturday, August 30, 2014
Red Bank All-Time Football Team
Red Bank All-Time Football Team
- photo by Dennis Norwood

Friday Night, Red Bank announced its Silver Anniversary All-Time Football Team

Offense:

Quarterback: Marty Lowe (1990, Louisville), Running backs: Paul “Ox” Vandergriff (1959, Tennessee), Gerald Ware (1990, Tennessee), Gerald Riggs Jr. (2001, Tennessee); Receivers: Cory Simpson (1990, MTSU), Tim Benford (2007, Tenn. Tech); Offensive Line: Tommy Jumper (1948, Tennessee), Mike Ducker (1971, Ole Miss), Brent Johnson (1981, UTC), Mark Durby (1984, UTC),  Ted Gatewood (1983, Memphis State); Kicker: John Becksvoort (1990, Tennessee); Athlete: Bobby Jumper (1943, Chattanooga), Jeremy “Ta-Ta” Caldwell (2006, Eastern Kentucky),

Defense:

Line: Johnny Jumper (1945, Chattanooga), Wayne “Rudy” Elrod (1978, UTC), Jeff Weathers (1983, Air Force), Jim Thurman (2002, Wofford); Linebacker: Kyle Varner (1978, UTC), Glen Moseley (1982, Carson-Newman/U of the South), Mike Kelley (1984, Tennessee), Victor Ellis (1997, Alabama); Defensive Backs: Pete Potter (1949, Virginia), Gary Partrick (1978, Austin Peay), Dominique McDuffie (2008, Appalachian State).

Coach: Tom Weathers (1973-2001, Chattanooga) 230-89-0 72.1%

contact B.B. Branton at william.branton@comcast.net 

Members of the Red Bank Lions All-Time Team introduced prior to Friday's game with Soddy Daisy
Members of the Red Bank Lions All-Time Team introduced prior to Friday's game with Soddy Daisy
- Photo2 by Dennis Norwood

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