During Mike's Career, he threw 45 touchdown passes and scored 22 touchdowns himself. With Mike at quarterback, Seymour High School compiled a record of 39 wins and 7 losses. In 1981 he was All County and All District. In 1982 He was All County, All District, and All East Tennessee at quarterback. In 1983 he was All County, All District, Memphis Commercial Appeal Super 24, And Associated Press All State.
1988 Associatied Press AA All State Defensive Back
Richard became the second athlete in Seymour High School history to earn All State honors. During his senior year, Richard also mad All Count, All District II AA, All East Tennessee, and was selected as the 1988 Defensive Player of the Year in the district. Statistics for his senior year include: 6 interceptions- 1 returned for a TD 26 individual tackles 12 Punt returns for 326 yards and 1 TD 11 KO returns for 299 yards and 1 TD 15 Pass receptions for 310 yards and 4 TD's
Brad was All State and All East Tennessee Wide Receiver in 1989. He also held All District and All County honors. Brad had 31 receptions for 681 yards and 12 TD's. He also returned 20 punts for 358 yards and one touchdown.
Brad Whaley -
In 1989 Brad completed 79 of 133 passes for 1464 Yards and 21 Touchdowns. He earned He earned All County, All District, All East Tennesse and Associated Press All State Honors.
Brad Whaley -
Brad was the only two time All State selection in school history to this point. Brad was also named East Tennesse Twice and selected Disrtict player of the year in both 1989 and 1990. His career statistics were 260 attempts 145 completions 2,822 yards and 39 touchdowns.
John was the first lineman in school history to earn All State honors. He was also a 2 year member of the All District and All County teams. John led the team in tackles in the 1990 season.
Scott Galyon -
1991 Associated Press All-State Defensive Back Scott Galyon
All-State and Volunteer bound Scott Galyon made the Seymour history books this year. His commitment and signing of a scholarship marked the first time a Seymour player has gone to a Division I school. Scott makes the sixth player in school history to be named to the All State Team picked by the Associated Press.
Doug Clark -
Doug received All-County, All-Region, All-East Tennessee, and Associated Press All-State as kicker. Doug was 8 of 13 in field goals, and 13 of 16 in extra points. He hit two field goals over 50 yards and holds the record for longest field goal at 55 yards.
Doug Clark -
Doug received All-State honors for the second year in a row. Doug's booming kickoffs and long range field goals were instrumental in the team's success and number "2" state ranking. Doug kicked 21 field goals and had 69 touchbacks from kickoffs. These stats helped him become All-County, All-Region, All-East Tennessee and Associated Press All-State.
Matt received Associated Press All-State Honors as a defensive end. His imposing 6'4 240 pound frame caused most opponents to try to attack the Seymour Defense elsewhere. Matt had 57 tackles and 11 sacks. He was also All-County, All-Region and was selected the Appalachain Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
Brent was named to the Associated Press All-State Team on defense as a cornerback for the 1994 season. He had 29 tackles, 5 interceptions, and 3 fumble recoveries. Offensively, Brent had 35 receptions for 719 yards, and eight touchdowns.
Derek was named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team as punter. Derek punted the ball 40 times and averaged 36.2 yards per punt in 1994. Derek was also the quarterback and completed 90 of 166 passes for 1377 yards and 13 Touchdowns.
Kevin was named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team as Tight End. Kevin caught 14 passes for 196 yards. He was also a great blocker for the offensive line at tight end. On Defense Kevin lead the team in tackles with 95. He also had 1 fumble recovery and 1 interception.
Anthony was a member of the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team as Kicker. He kicked off 54 times with 8 touchbacks and averaged 52 yards a kick. He was 8 for 12 on field goals and 27 of 31 extra points.
Derek was named to the Tennessee Sportswriters Association All-State Team as offensive lineman. Derek was the anchor for the offensive line. The team 2878 yards of total offense behind Derek. Derek also had 48 tackles on defense. Derek Received All-County, All-Region, and All-State honors.
Gary was named to the Associated Press All-State Team as Kick/Punt Returner. Gary returned 12 kickoffs for 322 yards averaging 26.8 yards a return and 1 touchdown. He also returned 7 punts for 150 yards averaging 21.4 yards and 1 touchdown. On offense Gary rushed 148 times for 1021 yards and 14 touchdowns. He also had 8 catches for 98 yards. Gary was All-County, All-Region, All-Northeast Tennessee, All-East Tennessee and All-State Kick/Punt Returner.
Gary was All-State again in 1996, but this time it was Tennessee Sports Writers Association and was at a different position, defensive back. Gary had 39 tackles and 3 interceptions. Gary also rushed 244 times for 1512 yards setting the single season record. He also set the career rushing mark with 3332 yards on 537 attempts and 33 touchdowns. Gary was All-County runningback, All-Region kick returner, All-Northeast Tennessee kick returner, All-East Tennessee running back, and All-State defensive back.
During the 1998 football season, Anthony broke the school record with an incredible 161 tackles in eleven games. This earned him Associated Press and Tennessee Sports Writers All State as Linebacker.
In Anthony's senior season, he broke his own school record of 161 tackles with 199 tackels. Anthony's career stats include 436 tackles, 13 sacs, and 10 fumble recoveries. For his outstanding senior season, Anthony was recognized at the Opryland Hotel on November 29, 1999, as one of the three finalists for the 1999 Mr. Football Award in Tennessee. He again retained Associated Press and Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Honors as linebacker.
Ben was selected to the Associated Press and Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team as Offensive Tackle. Ben was a monster at 6'2 270 pounds.
Along with fellow lineman Ben Morris, Dewey was selected to the Associated Press All-State Team as Offensive Guard. Dewey was also an imposing 6'4 280 pound lineman.
Matt Shular was selected to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team as Linebacker. Along with Anothy Harding, Matt also had an incredible 155 tackles and 3 sacs as a senior.
Jason was a selection to the Associated Press and Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team as Wide Receiver. Jason had 33 catches for 607 yards, averaged 18 yards a catch, and scored 11 touchdowns. On defense, he set a school record of 8 interceptions and 49 tackles.
John Received Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State honors at quarterback in 2000. John was 83 of 143 for 1501 yards with 10 touchdowns. He also rushed 152 times for 320 yards. He led the team to 13-1 record, the best record in school history.
Ryan is the first player in Seymour history to be selected as All-State running back. He received Associated Press and Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State honors. He rushed 111 times for 665 yards and caught 38 passes for 758 yards. He also scored 15 touchdowns (school record) and has the most points scored in a single season at Seymour High School with 92 points.
Derrick made All-State in 2000 as a wide receiver for the Tennessee Sports Writers Association. He pulled in 38 catches for 775 yards. He also scored 8 touchdowns. On defense Derrick had 46 tackles and 5 interceptions.
Barney was chosen All-State at linebacker for the Tennessee Sports Writers Association. Barney had 110 tackles and 1 interception for the Eagles. He was the anchor for the defensive unit.
Justin was chosen All-State by the Associated Press and Tennessee Sports Writers Association as Kick/Punt Returner. Justin had 12 punt returns for 348 yards. He averaged 29 yards a return. Latham also had 8 kickoff returns for 163 yards and averaged 20 yards a return.
Justin for the second year in a row was chosen as the Associated Press All-State Kick/Punt Returner. This year Justin had 12 punt returns for 369 yards, averaging 31 yards a return, and 3 touchdowns from the punt returns. He also has the record for the longest punt return in school history, 99 yards. He also had 13 kickoff returns for 272 yards and averaged 21 yards a kickoff return.
Adam received All-State honors from the Tennessee Sports Writers Association as linebacker in 2002. Adam recorded 116 tackles, 5 interceptions, 5 fumble recoveries, 4 sacs, and 1 blocked kicked. He also caught 23 passes for 361 yards.
Justin received All-State honors with the Tennessee Sports Writers Association as Offensive Lineman. He was an imposing figure on both sides of the ball. He was the anchor on the 2003 line. On defense, Justin had 68 tackles, 6 sacs, and 1 fumble recovery. He currently plays at Western Carolina University. You can get more information on Justin on the page called Eagles in College.
Andy was selectedby the Tennessee Sports Writers Association as All-State Linebacker in 2004. Andy had a banner senior season recording 166 tackles, 3 interceptions, and 1 fumble recovery. Andy is now a volunteer coach for the staff here at Seymour High School.
Congratualtions to Carlos Lopez for making the 2007 Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Football Team as Place Kicker
Brandon made the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team in 2008 as Athlete. This is the first person in school history to make All-State for both sides of the ball.
Brandon made the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team as an Offensive Lineman. Brandon is the fifth Eagle to make All-State as an offensive lineman. Brandon was an impressive 6'4 307 lb lineman.
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