Former UTM Skyhawk Tim Beattie To Be Inducted Into The Memphis Semipro Football Hall of Fame

By David Jordan Jr

Congratulations to Tim Beattie on his upcoming induction to the Memphis Semipro Football Hall of Fame. Beattie will be immortalized on December 23, 2017 in the Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Hailing from Memphis, Tennessee, Beattie achieved a tremendous amount of success on the high school, collegiate and professional levels of football in the state of Tennessee: 
 Kingsbury High School (Memphis,TN) – 3-year  varsity lettermen
 1996 Best of the Preps
1996 All-District All-Region  All-State
Top 100 Players in Tennessee
District Champs 1994,1995
University Of Tennessee at Martin (Martin, TN)
1998 Finished 4th in the Ohio Valley Conference in Scoring, 10 Touchdowns
1998 Set a team high for Touchdowns in a season(10)
1998 3rd All time to score multiple rushing Touchdowns in School History
1998 Selected to the UTM ALL-TIME ROSTER
2003 Memphis Panthers – 1252 yds 16 TDS
2004 Memphis Samurais – 1350 yds 11 TDS
2005 Murfreesboro Stingrays – 1790 yds 22 TDS lost in semi finals
2006 Memphis Blast – 1505 yds 12 TDS lost in semi finals 300 yds vs the Arkansas Rinos 5 TDS
2009- Memphis Semipro Football Hall Of Fame Honored me with the Showtime on the Gridiron Award
One quote from his Grandmother has deeply resonated with Beattie. “My grandmother always told me this quote growing up and it’s always stuck with me in every phase of life. “The race isn’t given to the swift nor to the strongest, but to the one who endures to the end. Ecclesiastes 9:11″ In addition to playing football, Beattie has made a conscious effort to give back to the city of Memphis as an educator, mentor, coach and in his ministry of the word of GOD.[contact-form][contact-field label=”Name” type=”name” required=”true” /][contact-field label=”Email” type=”email” required=”true” /][contact-field label=”Website” type=”url” /][contact-field label=”Message” type=”textarea” /][/contact-form]

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