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2017 Hall Of Fame Inductees: Kendrick Starling & Josh Scobee

September 9, 2017

From Marshall High School, Kendrick Starling

Marshall High School senior Kendrick Starling turned in a performance for the ages in his 1998 between the Mavericks and the Lobos. Kendrick finished with 11 receptions for 157 yards and 2 scores. His 7 yard touchdown reception in the 2nd overtime was the game winner for Marshall. Kendrick later went on to play collegiately as well as stints with the Texans, Seattle Seahawks, and the New Orleans Saints.

From Longview High School, Josh Scobee

Josh Scobee was a kicker for Longview High School, graduating in 2000. He played college football for Louisiana Tech, setting several school records, and was drafted in 2004 by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 5th round of the NFL draft where he played 11 seasons. He retired after the 2016-17 season and holds Jacksonville’s franchise records for most points and most field goals made.

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