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  • BIOS

    • Wayne Johnson

      Wayne “Buffalo” Johnson was a standout football player at Willingham High School for Head Coach Billy Henderson back in the early 1960’s. He was a three year letter winner and captain of the 1964 team that finished with an 8-1-1 record, the best mark in the 12 year history of the school. During his varsity career, Willingham defeated perennial power Valdosta two times. His honors including being named All State and honorable mention Prep All American by Coach and Athlete Magazine his senior season. He was selected by the Macon Telegraph as Macon’s High School player of the year, an almost unheard of accomplishment for an interior lineman. He was selected to play on the South Team in the annual Georgia High School All Star game. In addition to lettering in football for the Rams, Johnson was also a member of eh school’s wrestling and track and field teams. He was signed to a football scholarship by then assistant Coach Bobby Bowden to play at Florida State University where he lettered three seasons as an offensive tackle, helping the Seminoles to berths in both the Gator and Peach Bowls. Wayne has served his community over the years. He was a Big Brother volunteer in Tampa, Florida and Macon, a member of the Macon Rotary Club and served as President of the Macon Touchdown Club in 1986. Today he resides in Roswell, Georgia. (more)

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