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Adams, Ed, Texas Southern
Alexander, Cy, Catawba
Alexander, Denny, Aquinas
Archie, Bill, West Virginia State
Bates, John, Coppin State 
Bernard, Mike, Kentucky State
Broadus, W.A., Alcorn State
Brown, Floyd, No. Carolina Central
Brown, John, Dillard
Burr, John, Howard
Caldwell, Mark W Virginia State
Capel, Jeff, North Carolina A&T
Cash, Clarence, Tennessee State
Chaney, John, Bethune-Cookman
Christian, Bob, Grambling
Christian, Charles, Virginia State
Clemmons, H.O., Pine Bluff
Corbett, Don, Lincoln, MO
Covington, Paul, Jackson State
Durley, Alexander, Texas College
Emery, Marshall, Winston-Salem
Fears, Ernie, Norfolk State 
Fisher, Dwight, Alcorn State
Ford, Hank, Maryland State
Frazier, Nat, Tuskegee Institute
Gaines, Clarence, Morgan State
Gayles, C. Felton, Morehouse
Gibbs, G. Edwin, Central State, O
Graham, William, Kentucky State
Harris, Tom, Virginia Union
Harvey, Eugene, Grambling
Hawkins, James, Xavier
Heartley, Harvey, Saint Augustine’s
Hill, Talmadge L., Morgan State
Hobdy, Fred, Grambling
Holmes, Michael, Paine College
Hopkins, Bob, Grambling 
Hunter, Harold, No. Car. College
Irvin, Cal, Morgan State
Jackson, Greg, Saint Paul’s 
Jefferson, Harry, Virginia State
Jobe, Ben, Fisk 

Coach McLendon congratulates Nelson Brownlee, Claflin women’s coach and fellow Hall of Fame member

Top: Clarence “Bighouse” Gaines, Winston-Salem  State Hall of Fame men’s head coach who won over 800 games and the 1967 NCAA Division II  title, the first for a black college team

Lucious Mitchell, architect of Kentucky State’s triple  NAIA championships (1970-72) which followed McLendon’s Tennessee State Tigers (1957-59)

Dave Whitney, Alcorn State men’s head coach, won 566 victories and several postseason appearances 

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