Randy White

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Not many people get inducted into three Halls of Fame in the same year but Randy did. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame, the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Delware Sports
Hall of Fame which is indicative of just how great the McKean High School  and University of Maryland product was. He was a four-year, two-way player at McKean; At the University of Maryland he
was twice College All-American and was Outland Trophy winner recognizing him as the best college lineman in the country. Nine straight years he was an All-Pro in the NFL and was MVP of Super Bowl XII
with the Dallas Cowboys. During his pro career, he recorded 1,104 tackles and 113 quarterback sacks. McKean High School football field was named after him (Randy White Alumni Field).



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