Jeff Hogan was a brilliant two sport star for Florida State in an era of increased specialization. From 1966 to 1969, the Ohioan was a leader on Seminole baseball and basketball teams. On the diamond, Hogan played third base and shortstop. An excellent fielder, he hit .331 in 1968. On the basketball court, Hogan became a member of FSU’s exclusive 1,000 point club. The star guard scored 1,146 points averaging 14.8 points per game over his career. Hogan converted 82 percent of his free throws in 1967-68 and 75 percent over his three year career. He was also a fine playmaker and defender. Following graduation, Jeff Hogan played professional baseball and coached high school basketball.