Ewaldsen, Jr., Paul - Football, 1991
Ewaldsen was a four-sport letterman Savannah High where he lettered in football for three years, basketball for three years, baseball for two years, and track for two years. He was named to the All-City teams in football and basketball for two straight years and was All-State in each sport for one year. Despite his many abilities, Ewaldsen was recruited exclusively to play football for the University of Florida. Playing for the Gators, Ewaldsen lettered for three years, starting at split end/flanker his junior and senior seasons. He played in the 1966 Sugar Bowl against Missouri and the 1967 Orange Bowl against Georgia tech as one of the primary receivers of quarterback Steve Spurrier, who won the 1966 Heisman Trophy. Later in life, Ewaldsen won the National Rifle Association’s Club Championship and became a 6-bar sharpshooter.