Yes, I''m old. I saw Lenny Hall's entire four-minute career at FSU in 1966. My roommate and I went to Tully to see FSU's first black basketball player score one violent dunk then injure his knee. Hall played before Roland Garret, Ron King, Oscar Petty et al, and this guy was an unbelievable talent. I was sad to hear that he had died, happy to hear that he didn't bust out when the basketball option was no longer available.