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Bill Mayo
1984
Guard
Dalton, Ga.

Bill Mayo's consistency is what kept him on the field, but his play put him in an All-America class.

Despite battling injuries during his senior season in 1984, Mayo opened holes for Johnny Jones to run 1,290 yards on the season. His name was secure on All-SEC and All-America lists.

A four-year starter for the Vols, Mayo finished his career with more starts than any Tennessee player, starting 46 of his 47 games. The only game his missed came against Washington State his sophomore year. The record has since been broken, but Mayo remains Tennessee's Mr. Consistency.

Mayo's son, Cameron, signed to play for the Vols in the 2004 signing class.

 

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