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2010

Ahman Green - Omaha Central

Angee Henry - Bellevue West

Barb Harris Bruce - Lincoln High

Chuck Mizerski - Lincoln Southeast

Clarence Mitchell - Franklin

Dan Brand - Bellevue

Don "Moose" Cooper - York

Gary DeBoer - Nelson

Gary Power - Gothenburg

Herb Grote - Omaha Benson

Howard Zook - Fairfield

Jodi Janssen Harper - Papillion-LaVista

Larry Pritchett - Perkins County

Rex Jones - Chadron

Ted Harvey - Lexington

Ted Larson - Lincoln

Tom Hallstrom - Omaha

Willie Weisbrook - Lincoln

2010 InducteeClass of 1995

Ed Thompson wasn’t the typical small-town superstar, he was the prototype. Whether it was football, basketball or track, Thompson excelled on teams that excelled. A three-year starter at quarterback, Thompson led the Cambridge Trojans to a 38-1 record. He earned all-state honors on offense, defense and as a punter. In basketball, he made 17 free throws in the district final, most in the fourth quarter, to get his team to the state tournament. In track, he set three school records, medaled at state all four years and scored 28 points his junior year to lead the team to the state title. At the University of Nebraska at Omaha, he led the Mavericks to two North Central Conference championships and in 1997 became the first player in NCAA Division II to run and pass for 1,000 yards, a feat he repeated the following year.