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Hugh Nall
Hugh Nall

Hometown:
Thomaston, GA

Position:
Offensive Line

Birthdate:
01/18/1958

Experience:
Seventh Year

EDUCATION
College: Georgia (1983)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE
1977-80 -Georgia (offensive line)

COACHING EXPERIENCE

1981: Georgia (student assistant in spring under Wayne McDuffie)
1981-84: Georgia Southern; Offensive Line
1989-94: Texas Christian; Offensive Line (1989-92), Associate Head Coach (1993-94), Defensive Line
1995-98: Mississippi; Offensive Line
1999- Auburn; Offensive Line (1999-present), Off. Coordinator (2003)

BOWL EXPERIENCE
Player
1978 Bluebonnet, 1981 Sugar

Coach
1994 Independence, 1997 Ford Motor City, 2001 Citrus, 2001 Peach, 2003 Capital One, 2003 Music City, 2005 Sugar, 2006 Capital One, 2007 Cotton Bowl

MISCELLANEOUS
Notable: Named one of the nation's top 25 college football recruiters in 2006 and 2007 by Rivals.com ... Helped Auburn lead the SEC in scoring offense in 2005 and 2004 ... Had at least one first-team All-SEC lineman in six of the last seven years ... Coached Outland Trophy finalist Marcus McNeill and All-SEC selections Ben Grubbs, Tim Duckworth, Ben Nowland, Kendall Simmons, Monreko Crittenden and Danny Lindsey at Auburn ... Had two lineman earn All-America honors at Auburn: T Marcus McNeill in 2004 and 2005 and G Ben Grubbs in 2006 ... McNeill was a second-round pick of the San Diego Chargers in 2006 and the recipient of the Jacobs Award as the SEC's top lineman ... McNeill became the first rookie offensive lineman elected to the NFL Pro Bowl in 16 years when he was named to team in 2006 ... McNeill was the first Auburn rookie ever to start in a Pro Bowl and first Auburn rookie to play in the Pro Bowl in 26 years ... Coached Kendall Simmons, who was a first-round draft pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers and was the recipient of the 2002 Jacobs Award ... Coached NFL offensive linemen Marcus McNeill, Kendall Simmons, Mike Pucillo, Todd Wade, Jeno James, Barret Robins, Tutan Reyes, Kedrick Vincent, Ben Claxton and Shane Grice ... Was a four-year letterman at Georgia ... A member of the Georgia 1980 national championship team.