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Daryl Cuquet

NATIONAL HALL OF FAME (2005) 

Induction: Player
Presenter: Warren Guillot
City/State: New Orleans, LA
Date of Birth: 12/01/62
Height/Weight: 6’3” / 200
Spouse: Bonnie
Children: Jamie, Daryl
Occupation: Supervisor/Quality Insurance at North Rope Grummen

Career as Player: 16 years (1985-2000)
Position: CB, WR
Team: Bud Light New Orleans, Ponchatrain Glass, Pel State, Bad Medicine
Number: 40

National Tournament Appearances:  11 years (1985-1995)
National Championship Titles:   2 (1986 & 1993)
All-American Team:   (8) 1985  “B-Screen Flag” Offense-1stTeam, 1985  “B-Screen Flag”  Defense-2nd Team, 1986  “B-Screen Flag” Offense-1st Team , 1989  “A-Screen Flag” Defense-1st Team, 1990  “A-Screen Flag” Defense-1st Team ,1992  “A-Screen Flag” Defense-1st Team, 1993  “A-Screen Flag” Defense-1st Team , 1994  “Super-Screen Flag” Offense-2nd Team
National MVP:  (2) 1990 “A-Screen Flag” Defense  /  1993 “A-Screen Flag” Defense
State Championship Titles: 4
All-State Team: 4
State MVP: 1
League Championship Titles: Over 100 League Championships
Special Awards: Won the New Orleans $10,000 TV Tournament. Won the College Sugar Bowl Open Flag Tournament once and finished second twice. Played on the Pel State team with Jim Brockoff and Gabe Rodriguez (USFTL New Orleans Hall of Famers) and finished second to the Houston New Boys in 1989 Nationals.
Most Memorable Moment in Flag Football: Won MVP on defense in 1990 Screen Nationals, playing for a second place team (Pel State), the first time a player on a second place team was voted MVP.

Past National Flag Football Hall of Fame Nominee & Winners

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