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Arlee Snoddy

Was an all-everything performer for Lauderdale County. He started for the junior varsity as a sixth-grader in 1941 and played varsity from 1942-1948. He played quarterback, halfback, and fullback and was a kicker and punter. He was best known for his booming kicks, including an 85-yarder against Vina in 1947. He averaged nearly 50 yards per punt. He was team co-captain as junior and senior.  He played forward for the Tigers basketball team and was a leader. He signed to play football at Alabama and spent one year before moving to Florence State Teachers College. Coach Self called him the best kicker he had ever seen. He went on to play semi-pro football with the Huntsville Rockers.