EDGAR WALKER Edgar Walker was officially inducted as a charter member of the Jackson Parish Sports Hall of Fame on July25, 2009.  He was a 1920 graduate of Weston High School and attended Louisiana Tech University.  He transferred to Stanford University where he was a three-year football letterman at end(1924-1926).  He caught a touchdown pass in the January 1, 1927 Rose Bowl that enabled the Cardinal (10-0-1) to get a 7-7 tie with Alabama.  Walker was head football coach at the University of Mississippi for eight years compiling a 38-8 record.  He coached the Rebels’ first All-American, Bruiser Kinard,and took Ole Miss to its first bowl game in 1936 losing to Catholic University in the Orange Bowl 20-19.  He was a Major in the U.S. Army