David Lee Norman Inducted into SC State Hall of Fame

September 22, 2010

David Lee Norman, a star receiver for the Red Devils in the early 1980s, was inducted into the South Carolina State University Athletic Hall of Fame September 10.

David Lee is currently an assistant principal at Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School in Orangeburg, where he was an assistant football coach for several years. He previously coached football, baseball, and basketball at the high school level for 16 years.

From the story in Orangeburg's "The Times and Democrat":

"[Norman] was a starting wide receiver and kick returner for the Bulldogs three seasons (1982-85). He set then-school record for receptions in a game (9), season (45) - both coming in 1985 - and a career (75), 1984-85. A Lincolnton, Ga., native, he earned All-MEAC first team honors as a kick returner in 1984 and was a second-team All-MEAC selection as a wide receiver in 1985. Norman, MVP in the Coca-Cola Black College All-Star Classic in 1985, played three seasons (1985-87) as a wide receiver with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League. He coached football, baseball and basketball on the high school level for 16 years."

Congratulations David Lee!

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