Crawford Mims

Born: March 21, 1933

Hometown: Carrollton, MS

Year of Induction: 1995


College Career

Ole Miss (1950-1954)

• Lettered three years in football (’51-’53)

• Member of the 1952 football team that played in the Sugar Bowl, New Orleans, LA

• Jacobs Blocking Award

• All-SEC (’52, ’53)

• Ole Miss Hall of Fame (’53)

• North-South Shrine Game MVP

• All-South (’53)

• Played in the Chicago All-Star College game

• Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities

• AP, UPI, NBC Sportswriters Association, Look magazine, Coaches, Phillip Morris and Temp All-American

• Ole Miss Sports Hall of Fame (’88)


Pro Career

• Drafted in the 18th round by the New York Giants


Did You Know?

From 1951 to 1953 Crawford Mims helped Ole Miss football team compile a 21-6-4 record.

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