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Craig “JoJo” Colquitt is a former NFL football punter who in the late 1970s brought home two Super Bowl rings with the Pittsburg Steelers. He spent seven seasons with the Pittsburg Steelers. Colquitt was twice named All-SEC while playing for The University of Tennessee and was inducted into the Greater Knoxville Hall of Fame in 2009.

Upon NFL retirement, Colquitt began his second career as a marketing representative and was instrumental in leading his company to become the largest maintenance service provider for K-12 public education in the U.S. For 13 years, he led Colquitt’s Punting and Kicking Camps.

Colquitt’s most important career these days is being a dad, grandfather, and a man after God’s own heart. His reinvention of self led Colquitt to be a creative – author, illustrator, painter, guitarist, and public speaker. The Colquitt punting legacy continues with his two sons, Dustin and Britton, who are current NFL players. Colquitt has nine grandchildren. 

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