Le’Veon Andrew Bell Sr. is an American football running back who is a free agent.
Bell was born on February 18, 1992, in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, later attending Groveport Madison High School in Groveport, Ohio, where he played football, basketball, and ran track.
Le'Veon played college football at Michigan State and was drafted 48th overall by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft.
He has also played for the New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs and briefly played for the Baltimore Ravens.
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Born in 1867, Lincoln Black graduated from the Reynoldsburg Union Academy in 1892 at the age of twenty-five. His education was delayed while he worked on his father’s farm. He had two brothers and two sisters, and his father was a former slave.
Lincoln’s parents made an asserted effort to educate all of the children in their family. Everyone in their home attended school and could read and write.
Lincoln was a Post Office mail carrier, teacher, and farmer. He owned his farm, which was rare for men of color in those days. In 1917 his mother and sister (both blind) were robbed of $609.00 in gold and murdered. They perished in a house fire, set ablaze after they were killed.
Lincoln married Mary J. Hawks in 1924 when he was 56 years old, and she was 48. He passed away in 1948
Calvin Lawrence Booth from Reynoldsburg, Ohio is an American basketball executive and a former professional basketball player who currently serves as the general manager of the Denver Nuggets.
• Born: May 07, 1976 (age 45) · Reynoldsburg, OH
• Height: 6 feet 11 inches (same as Ervin Johnson)
Position - Power forward / Center
High school - Groveport Madison
College - Penn State (1995–1999)
1999 / Round: 2 / Pick: 35th overall
Selected by the Washington Wizards
1999 – 2001: Washington Wizards
2001 – 2001: Dallas Mavericks
2001 – 2004: Seattle SuperSonics
2004 – 2005: Dallas Mavericks
2005 – 2005: Milwaukee Bucks
2005 – 2007: Washington Wizards
2007 – 2008: Philadelphia 76ers
2008 – 2009: Minnesota Timberwolves
2009 – 2009: Sacramento Kings
1998: He earned his Bachelor of Arts at Penn State in 1998.
2004: On January 13, 2004, as a member of the Supersonics, Booth recorded a career-high 10 blocks in 17 minutes of playing time.
2007: On September 10, 2007 Booth signed as a free agent with the Philadelphia 76ers.
2017: On August 16, 2017, Booth was named assistant general manager of the Denver Nuggets.
2020: On July 7, 2020, Booth was named General Manager of the Denver Nuggets.
Ashton Dulin (born May 15, 1997) is an American football wide receiver and return specialist for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL).
He played college football for Malone University.
Dulin grew up in Reynoldsburg, Ohio and attended Reynoldsburg High School, where he was a member of the football and track teams. He was named first team All-Ohio at cornerback as a senior.
He committed to play college football and run track at Malone University over an offer from Ashland and a late offer to run track at the University of North Carolina.
In track, Dulin set conference records in the 100 meter, the 110 meter hurdles, the 200 meters, the 400 meter hurdles and the long jump.
Dulin was named the G-MAC indoor track athlete of the year and a Division II All-American in the 60 meter hurdles as a junior.
Born in 1927, Lindsay graduated in 1945 from Reynoldsburg High School. After high school, Lindsay enlisted in the US Army and served with honor during the Korean War. He held the rank of Corporal, and his military occupation or specialty was heavy weapons infantryman. Lindsay was attached to the Fifth Cavalry Regiment, First Cavalry Division.
Corporal Mitchell was killed in action at the age of 24 while fighting in North Korea at the battle zone of the Chorwon area on October 29, 1951.
His commendations include Purple Heart, Combat Infantryman Badge, Korean Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Republic of Korea Presidential Citation, Republic of Korea War Service Medal, United Nations Service Medal, Army Presidential Unit Citation, and the Army Good Conduct Medal.
Born in 1987, Shad Gregory Moss, better known by his stage name “ Bow Wow,” grew up in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Shad Gregory Moss was born on March 9, 1987, in Columbus, Ohio to Teresa Rena (Jones) and Alfonso Preston Moss.
When Shad was five, he started his rap career using the nickname "Kid Gangsta." One year later, he took front stage during "The Chronic Tour" and impressed rapper Snoop Dogg, who later gave him the name Lil' Bow Wow.
Snoop Dogg later hired him as an opening act and introduced him to Jermaine Dupri, the producer who helped Shad's career. He backed up the success of his double platinum debut album "Beware of The Dog" (2000) with 2002's platinum "Doggy Bag." It was during the release of his first album that he publicly took his nom de guerre.
After having several guest spots on TV shows such as "Moesha" and "The Steve Harvey Show," Shad made his big-screen acting debut in 2002's All About The Benjamins, which he immediately followed with his first starring role, Like Mike, and a new stage name - Bow wow.
He has publicly dated Ciara, and in 2011 admitted to having a child with an unnamed woman.
In 2015 he became engaged with reality star Erica Mena. In 2015 he began starring in the TV show "CSI: Cyber" and resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
Roosevelt Delbert Nix-Jones (born March 30, 1992) is a former American football fullback. He played college football at Kent State University, and was signed by the Atlanta Falcons after going undrafted in the 2014 NFL Draft. As a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Nix made the 2018 Pro Bowl.
Nix has also played for the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football League (AFL), and his father also played in the NFL
Roosevelt attended Reynoldsburg High School. He was named OCC player of the year while earning second team all-state, first team All-district, All-metro, and OCC honors his senior year.
He played for Ohio in the 2010 Big 33 Classic and was also selected to play in the Ohio North-South All-Star game. Nix recorded 84 tackles and eight sacks as a junior, garnering second team All-state, All-conference, first-team All-district, Super 25, and first team OCC recognition. He also lettered in wrestling.
Born in 1987, Armand graduated from Reynoldsburg High School and is a former American football wide receiver who played in the Arena Football League.
He played college football for the Miami RedHawks. In four seasons (2007-2010), he appeared in 50 games while recording 210 receptions for 2550 yards and 15 touchdowns.
Armand signed a free-agent contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011 as an undrafted rookie. In four preseason games, he had two receptions for 27 yards. He did not play in any regular season NFL games.
In 2012 He played in the Arena Football League for the Kansas City Command. He recorded 47 receptions for 519 yards and nine touchdowns.
After his professional football career, Armand went on to become a financial advisor.
Born in 1843, at the age of 20 George ran for the office of Council Member for the Reynoldsburg Village Council. He did not win the election, so he enlisted in the Army on September 1, 1863. He fought for the Union during the Civil War in Company F, the Fifth US Colored Troops Infantry, Sly Tee.
When the Reynoldsburg mural was painted, the Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society and Barth Cotner decided to include a picture of Stebout to represent the Civil War Veteran.
Stebout (seated in front, left of center) died during the War in 1865 and is buried in a marked grave in Seceder Cemetery, behind the Bibibop on State Route 256
Born in 1987, Wyatt is an American professional golfer from Reynoldsburg, Ohio, and works in Gahanna, Ohio.
He is a graduate of Groveport Madison High School and Methodist University.
Wyatt qualified for the 2016 PGA Championship by finishing sixth at the 2016 PGA Club Professional Championship, becoming the second African American qualifier for the PGA Championship via that route.
The previous African American qualifier was Tom Woodard at the 1991 PGA Championship. Wyatt is a current member of the Southern Ohio section of the PGA