Curry Todd: A Brief Bio
Curry Todd, In the Early 1960’s was a basketball force to be reckoned with. His commitment to his state became clear when numerous powerhouse teams came looking at home and offering him scholarships. Some of his Career Highlights included
- Curry Todd Has his basketball jersey retired from Treadwell High School,
- He was voted Tennessee High Scholl Player of the Year,
- Also voted Shelby County Tennessee Player of the Year,
- All-Memphis Basketball Team from Freshman Year through Senior Year, the only player to ever do so,
- Selected as a High School All-American in Scholastic and Parade Magazine,
- All Shelby County Team for 3 years, and
- Senior year he averaged 30 points per game.
As a result of this, a young Curry Todd was offered his choice of 188 scholarships from colleges from across the country. He eventually selected his hometown team. While Curry Todd was at the University of Memphis, he averaged 16 points a game and was a member of the University of Memphis Kappa Alpha Fraternity.
Shortly after graduating from the University of Memphis, Curry Todd joined the Memphis Police department. In 1998, Curry Todd was elected to the State House of representatives for the 95th district. And he has one re-election every two years since then. Currently serving in the 108th session of the Tennessee legislature, Curry Todd is excited to continually bring legislation before his peers for consideration and looks forward to winning re-election in November so he can also serve in the 109th session of the Tennessee State House of representatives.