Shiver, I.M. “Chick” - Football, 1967
Shiver was one of the University of Georgia’s first All-Americans, playing as an end for the Bulldogs football team. He would later return to coach the ends for the school’s team, producing another All-American, Vernon “Catfish” Smith. Shiver was also possessed talent as an outfielder in baseball, turning in tours of duty with Cincinnati, Detroit, Montreal, Saint Paul, and San Diego. Following his athletic career, Shiver became the head basketball coach at Armstrong State College (now Armstrong Atlantic State University) and later took a coaching position at Savannah High. He was the head coach for the Jackets’ football and basketball teams. Shiver lead the basketball team to the state (GIAA) championship in 1942 and helped the basketball team to capture several state titles.