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DON COOPER (78), rt: Not so strong as Hamilton but a good tackle. Good lateral coverage, hard to move out. Fine blocker.
BRYAN ENGRAM (82), le: Team captain and leader. Covers outside very well, hard to block, defensive standout. Good pass receiver and blocker.
O'DAY WILLIAMS (89), re: Best receiver on team; fast and can really maneuver to get open. Hard tackier on defense, breaks up passes from corner position.
JOHNNY VAUGHT will feel right at home Jan. 2—he was an All-America guard at TCU and a teammate of Abe Martin on the 1930 team. In nine years at Ole Miss, Vaught's teams have an outstanding 65-22-5 record.
EAGLE DAY, PAIGE COTHREN, BILLY KINARD (see opposite page).
EARL BLAIR (22), lhb: Tremendous speed, runs halfback draw play very well. Outstanding pass receiver, solid on defense.
JOHN BLALACK (14), qb: Runs behind Day; faster but not so big and agile. Throws well but likes to run more. Good on the option play; outstanding on pass defense.
GENE DUBUISSON (51), c: Best blocker in a good-blocking line. Not too aggressive but fast, reacts well, covers lots of ground as linebacker, especially to outside.
BUDDY ALLISTON (67), lg: One of country's best guards: fast, very aggressive, good blocker. Plugs holes fast as linebacker or moves up in six-man line.