Darrin Woodall 1982-1986

Darrin Woodall was the first Greyhound football player to be selected to the USA Today All-USA, All-American Team.  He was chosen as an Honorable Mention running back.  As a four-year letterman, Darrin was one of the leaders on the ’85 Greyhound team that brought home the 2nd place state trophy in Missouri Class 1-A Football. He was an I-70 football All-Conference honorable mention athlete during his sophomore year and a second team All-Conference offensive back his junior year.  For his senior football season, Darrin was recognized as an I-70 All-Conference offensive back and defensive linebacker, an All-District and All-State running back as well as receiving the All-American Honorable Mention running back honors.  Darrin’s career totals at SSHS include 462 carries for 3269 yards and 49 touchdowns for a total of 302 points.  His total yards for rushing and pass catches were 3732 yards.  During his high school years, Darrin was also a four-year letterman in baseball and a three-year letterman in basketball. Following graduation from SSHS in 1986, Darrin attended Missouri Valley College where he played one year of football for the Vikings graduating with a physical education degree in 1991.

Sweet Springs High School

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