Willie Horace Totten

Date of Birth: July 4, 1962

Hometown: Carrollton, MS

Birthplace: Coila, MS

Year of Induction: 2004


High School

J.Z. George High School, North Carollton (1976-81)

College career

Mississippi Valley State University (1981-85)

• Quarterback and punter

* First team All-SWAC (1982, 1983, 1985, 1985)

• Mississippi Player of the Year (1984)

• SWAC Player of the Year (1984)

• First team All America (1984)


Professional career

British Columbia Lions (1986)
Chicago Bruisers (1987)
Toronto Argonauts (1987)
Buffalo Bills (1987)
Pittsburgh Gladiators (1989)
New Orleans Night (1990)


Did You Know?

At one time Totten held 20 NCAA offensive records. Nicknamed “Satellite,” Totten teamed with legendary teammate Jerry “World” Rice to form the “Satellite Connection” at MVSU. Magnolia Stadium at MVSU was renamed Rice-Totten Stadium in 1999.

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