|Southern Miss Golden Eagles|
|College||Southern Miss (1960)|
|Date of birth||1938|
|Career highlights and awards|
Don's high school honors included football All-American, baseball All-State and basketball All-District. His high school coach, Joe Chorba, said of Fuell, "He was a cut above all the other boys I ever coached. He was much of a man."
Don Fuell still claims several Guntersville Wildcat records which include 23 touchdown passes in a career, 14 touchdown passes in a season, longest pass play (85 yards), and quarterbacking Guntersville’s only 10-0 team (1955).
At The University of Southern Mississippi, Fuell was selected Mr. USM, senior Most Valuable Player, and president of the 1962 graduating class. A College All-American, Fuell played in the Blue-Gray Football Classic, Senior Bowl, and College All-Star games. In the Senior Bowl, he shares the kicking record with six converted points after a touchdown. Fuell was inducted into the USM Hall of Fame in 1983.
Before starting on a distinguished business career with Lockheed-Martin, Fuell's professional football career lasted from 1962-1967 included stints with the Houston Oilers, Toronto Argonauts, Montreal Alouettes and Orlando Panthers.
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