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2010 Hall of Fame: Kerry Wiggins and Donnie Hill

October 12, 2010

From Seminole High School: Kerry Wiggins
As captain, Kerry played in this rivalry from 1988-1990. In his junior year, he threw for four touchdowns and had 300+ yards. He later played at Georgia Military College and Savannah State University before returning to be part of the 6A 2008 state championship team, serving as offensive coordinator. He is currently the quarterbacks’ coach.

From DeLand High School: Donnie Hill
Donnie is a 1956 graduate of DeLand playing in that year’s rivalry game and scoring two touchdowns, one for 88 yards and one for 85 yards. Donnie was named All-Conference, All-Southern, and All-American while at DeLand and received a scholarship to Florida State. He soon had to return home due to his father’s health, and later played at SMU where his career was cut short due to injuries. He joined the Air Force and played service ball, where he was named All-Service Team for three years. He was also nominated for “Outstanding Player of the Armed Forces,” the military equivalent to the Heisman Trophy. He was then invited to try out for the Baltimore Colts.

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