Volney Peters

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Inducted in 2006, Volney Peters, a 1947 Hoover High graduate, was one of the first great linemen from a San Diego high school to go on and earn national acclaim in college and later play pro football in the National Football League. He set a USC career record for minutes played as a two-way lineman for three years. He was an honorable mention All-American in 1950. He played 10 NFL seasons, including 1960 with the AFL Los Angeles Chargers, and made the Pro Bowl in 1956.

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