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Robert Woods

Woods racked up All-County and All-State honors in football and basketball in the 1967-68 seasons at Lauderdale County High School.  He was a dominating lineman in football and averaged an astonishing 24 points and 16 rebounds per game on the basketball court.  At Tennessee State University, he was an offensive lineman and team captain in football and was a small college All-American in basketball.  He was named to the National Football League All-Rookie Team in 1973 as he anchored the line for Joe Namath and the New York Jets.  In 1977, he moved to the New Orleans Saints for four seasons, played for the Washington States Football League as a member of the Birmingham Stallions and Memphis Showboats.  He started his coaching career at Colbert Heights High School, moved to Kentucky State and Tennessee State in the mid-1980s and served in the same capacity at Hibbett School from 1985-93.  Since 1993, he has been assistant coach, athletic director and teacher at Overton High School in Memphis.