Ricky Hunley

Ricky Hunley

Name Ricky Hunley
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1961-11-11
Place of Birth Virginia
Age
Death Date
Birth Sign Scorpio

About Ricky Hunley

Linebacker who played in the NFL from 1984-1990 for the Denver Broncos, Phoenix Cardinals, and Los Angeles Raiders.

Early Life of Ricky Hunley

He was a superstar at the University of Arizona, where he became the school’s first consensus All-American and the first College Football Hall of Fame inductee.

Trivia

Following his playing days he became a coach, making his debut in 1992 as a graduate assistant at USC, and making his NFL debut a decade later as a defensive line coach.

Family Life

He married Camille Hunley, and has two children with her.

Associated With

His second time as an All-American – in 1983 – he was named a linebacker alongside Ron Rivera.

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Horace Lawson Hunley – Engineer

Horace Lawson Hunley – Engineer

Name Horace Lawson Hunley
Profession Engineer
Date of Birth 1823-06-20
Place of Birth Tennessee
Age 40 yrs
Death Date 1863-10-15
Birth Sign Gemini

About Horace Lawson Hunley

Nineteenth-century engineer who designed and built Confederate submarines during the Civil War era. His best-known submarine, the H.L. Hunley, was named in his honor.

Early Life Experience of Horace Lawson Hunley

Before building his first submarine, the Pioneer, he worked as a lawyer and held a seat in the Louisiana State Legislature.

Trivia Info

Before its own sinking, his H.L. Hunley was the first naval vessel in history to sink an enemy submarine (the USS Housatonic).

Family Life and Relationship

He was born in Sumner County, Tennessee and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He died in a failed submarine exercise and was buried in Charleston, South Carolina.

Close Associates

He and Whitcomb L. Judson were both Civil War-era inventors.

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