Harry Todd was named Mr. Basketball in 1958 along with Ralph Richardson. A 6’8” center, Todd led his team to the 1956 state tournament where he made the all-state tournament team as a sophomore. As a senior, he averaged 30 points and 20 rebounds. He received first team all-state honors in 1956, 1957, and 1958. He was one of the few players in state history to make first team all-state three consecutive years.
Todd had an excellent college career at Western Kentucky University where he led WKU in rebounding for three straight seasons from 1960-62 and finished his career ranked seventh in school history in career rebounds with 924.
Todd then went on to a 30-year career with the U.S. Army, including a stint as command sergeant major at Fort Campbell before his retirement in 1991.
Todd, a Cadiz resident, then served as tourism director in Trigg County before going into the ministry. He’s now a Methodist minister at a church in Livingston County.