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Name:Ronald Curry
Hometown:Hampton, VA
High School:Hampton
Born:May 28, 1979 (40)
Height/Weight:6-2, 209
Position:Quarterback
Notes:Football, Basketball, 1998 McDonald's All-American, 1998 Parade All-American
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Ronald Curry, 2-sport legend 20 years ago, now making his mark as Saints' receivers coach
Most of the receivers Curry coaches aren't old enough to remember the Ronald Curry hype from two decades ago. "They are figuring it out," Curry...

Whatever happened to...Hampton two-sport star Ronald Curry
Ronald Curry averaged 4.2 points in 54 basketball games at UNC. He also was named MVP twice in bowl games as the Tar Heels' quarterback...

Greatest former UNC athlete by state (Minnesota): Adam Boone
Adam Boone played two seasons at UNC. As a freshman, he was part of a Tar Heels’ team that reached the No. 1 ranking, and...

Marion Jones, Julius Peppers, Michael Jordan, Ronald Curry among best ever two-sport athletes
Marion Jones won three gold and two bronze medals at the 2000 Sydney Olympics after a playing basketball at UNC for the 1994 NCAA champions...

Ronald Curry highlights newest Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame class
Ronald Curry highlights the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2018. Curry was a two-sport star at Hampton High, winning three state championships...

ACC has had many players succeed on both the hardwood and the gridiron
North Carolina: Julius Peppers. The future All-Pro end/linebacker averaged 5.7 points and 3.7 rebounds in two seasons as a walk-on basketball player from 1999-2001. For...

Ronald Curry added to New Orleans Saints coaching staff
The New Orleans Saints have hired former 49ers wide receivers coach Ronald Curry as an offensive assistant to replace Greg Lewis, who left to be...

NBA could've been a reality for Packers linebacker Julius Peppers
It was Feb. 6, 2001, against Wake Forest when Ronald Curry, the Tar Heels quarterback/point guard, threw that lob to Julius Peppers, a forward/defensive end...

12 college quarterbacks who successfully changed positions for the NFL
Ronald Curry, 2002: Curry was one of the greatest two-sport athletes of his time, starring in both football and basketball at both Hampton (Va.) High...

UNC-Virginia Postgame Notes
Marquise Williams' 52-yard touchdown run in the first quarter was the longest rush of his career. It was the 14th rushing touchdown of his career,...


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