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Julius Campbell #81

Hazel Jarret and Julius Campbell’s second child, Julius, was born at Alexandria Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia. He has one older sister Debra, a younger brother Derrick, and two younger sisters Darlene and Donna. Julius grew up in Alexandria in the area known as the ‘Berg’. He went to Lyles Crouch Elementary for grades 1-5. He also attended Robert E. Lee (6), Minne Howard (7) and John Adams Middle School (8). Julius was a student at T.C. Williams High School his Freshman through Senior years, graduating in 1973.

After high school, Julius attended Ferrum Junior College where a bad ankle injury, which did not heal properly, ended his football career. Julius returned to Alexandria and worked in the school system, until starting his career as an Animal Control Officer, first in Alexandria and then in Prince Georges County, Maryland.

Julius began playing football in the 8th grade on the Freshman Team for T. C. Williams High School. He moved up to Varsity and became a fixture at defensive end starting his sophomore year. As a senior, in addition to being on the All American Team, he was selected for the All District, All Metro and All State teams. He was the leading voter for the All State Team, and was named that teams honorary Captain. The Alexandria Journal named him the Most Valuable Defensive Player for the 1972 football season. His jersey has been retired at T.C. Williams.

In addition to the support from his father, who attended every game and always encouraged Julius to do his best, three teachers and two coaches influenced Julius’ life. Ms Donnely, Ms Boginio, and Mr Trice encouraged Julius to do his best in school while Coach Ferman and Coach Yoast taught him about football and life.

Julius still lives in Prince Georges County, and has one daughter Sharron Murray. He spends a lot of time with his father and his granddaughter Rejan. Unfortunately, his mother and brother passed before the release of Remember The Titans, but he enjoys living near his friends, family and teammates.

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