Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Greatest 2-Sport Athletes 31-40

A recent series of articles on had me thinking of other great two sport athletes. I’ll publish my list of the top 40 in sets of ten. If the list tilts a little toward my corner of the world, so be it.
One young writer labeling Deion Sanders as perhaps the greatest two sport athlete in history. Was he? Stay tuned.
40. Steph Curry: two-time NBA champion. Recently finished third in the celebrity golf tourney at Lake Tahoe, posting the low round of the day on Sunday.

39. Greyson Lambert: record-setting QB at Virginia and Georgia.
Now playing minor league baseball.

38. All-SEC QB David Greene set NCAA records at UGA.
He later won second place on “The Knuckler.”

37. Garth Brooks is one of the greatest stars in country music history. He was good enough at baseball to go to spring training with the San Diego Padres.

36. Cam Bonifay played baseball and football at Georgia Tech.
Later served as general manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

35. Bobby Dews was a star baseball and basketball player at Georgia Tech. Minor league baseball player. Coached in the majors and minors. Published a novel and collection of poems.

34. Former Braves infielder Mark DeRosa was an Ivy League QB. at Penn

33. Buck Belue was an All-SEC QB at UGA,
leading the Dawgs to the 1980 national championship.

32. Jace Peterson currently plays for the Atlanta Braves,
and started at QB for Tulane.

31. Carl Lewis set world records and won Olympic Gold Medals as both a sprinter and long jumper. Was also an alternate on the Winter Olympic bobsled team. Dallas Cowboys draft pick.
For athletes 21-30, click here.

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