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Forward - Harry Flournoy, Sr. (8.3 ppg, 10.7 rpg)

Forward - Nevil Shed, Jr. (10.6 ppg, 7.9 rpg)

Center - David Lattin, So. (14.0 ppg, 8.6 rpg)

Guard - Bobby Joe Hill, Jr. (15.0 ppg)

Guard - Orsten Artis, Sr. (12.6 ppg)

Key Reserves

Willie Worsley, So. (8.0 ppg)

Willie Cager, So. (6.6 ppg, 4.0 rpg)

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Forward David Lattin was a 1st round selection of the Warriors in the 1967 NBA draft and spent 2 seasons in the NBA and 3 seasons in the ABA. His best season was 1971-72 for the ABA's Pittsburgh Condors where he averaged 12.6 points and 5.9 rebounds per game.

Center Nevil Shed was a 4th round selection of the Boston Celtics in the 1967 NBA draft. Unfortunately, he suffered a knee injury that ended his professional career before it got started.

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The 1960 Dallas Cowboys:

Offensive Starters

QB Eddie LeBaron

HB Don McIlhenny

FB Walt Kowalczyk

FL Billy Howton

SE Fred Dugan

TE Jim Doran*

LT Bob Fry

LG Duane Putnam

C John Houser

RG Buzz Guy

RT Paul Dickson

Defensive Starters

LDE Nate Borden

LDT Don Healy

RDT Ed Husmann

RDE John Gonzaga

LLB Wayne Hansen

MLB Jerry Tubbs

RLB Gene Cronin

LCB Tom Franckhauser

RCB Don Bishop

LS Bob Bercich

RS Bill Butler

Special Teams Starters

K Fred Cone

P Dave Sherer

PR Bill Butler

KR Tom Franckhauser

Full Roster

Gene Babb FB

Bob Bercich LS

Dick Bielski E/FB

Don Bishop RCB

Nate Borden LDE

Tom Braatz LB

Byron Bradfute OT

Bill Butler PR

Frank Clarke WR

Fred Cone K

Mike Connelly G/C

Gene Cronin RLB

Paul Dickson RT

Fred Doelling S/DB

Jim Doran* TE

Mike Dowdle LB

Fred Dugan SE

L.G. Dupre HB

Mike Falls RG

Tom Franckhauser KR

Bob Fry LT

John Gonzaga RDE

Buzz Guy RG

Wayne Hansen LLB

Don Healy LDT

Don Heinrich QB

Bill Herchman RDT

John Houser C

Billy Howton FL

Ed Husmann RDT

Dick Klein OT

Walt Kowalczyk FB

Eddie LeBaron QB

Woodley Lewis WR

Ray Mathews HB/E

Don McIlhenny HB

Don Meredith QB

Jim Mooty S

Jack Patera MLB

Duane Putnam LG

Dave Sherer P

Jerry Tubbs MLB

Gary Wisener S/DB

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28 wins - 1 loss

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