Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Class 2016Meadowcreek High SchoolWrestling
    • Considered Gwinnett’s most successful wrestling coach
    • Started programs at Meadowcreek HS and Collins Hill HS
    • Gwinnett County Championship, Meadowcreek HS (1993)
    • Meadowcreek Mustangs had 14 state placers and two state champions
    • Guided Collins Hill HS to 9 state championships: 5 traditional state championships and 4 team dual state championships
    • Coached 35 individual state champions
    • Named 22-time Region Coach of the Year
    • Named Georgia Coach of the Year five times (2002, 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010)
      • Career 730-93 record
      • Georgia Coach of the Year, National Wrestling Coaches Association (2002)
      • Lifetime Service to Wrestling Award – National Wrestling Hall of Fame (2008)
      • National Wrestling Coach of the Year - National High School Coaches Association (2010)
      • Retired from GCPS after 34-year coaching career, 29 in Georgia (2010)
      • Post retirement, head wrestling coach, Greater Atlanta Christian (2010-2015)
      • While at GAC, one Region Championship and top 4 in State Class AA three times
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Hall of Fame Class 2017Providence Christian SchoolGymastics
    • 1999 Georgia High School Association Balance Beam State Champion
    • 4 time Junior Olympic Nationals Competitor
    • 1997 Region 8 Floor Champion
    • 1998 Region 8 Beam, Floor and All Around Champion
    • 1999 Region 8 Beam Champion
    • 2000 Junior Olympic National Team Member
    • 2001 Junior Olympic National Team Member
    • 2001 USAG Junior Olympic National Floor and All Around Champion
    • 1996-2000 Georgia USAG All Around Champion
    • 4-year Auburn University Scholarship Athlete
    • 4-year Auburn University Letter Winner
    • 2002 All-SEC Team Member
    • 2003 All-SEC Team Member
    • 2002 Freshman of the Year
    • 2003 All American on Bars
    • 2003 and 2004 Bengston Award- gymnast who best represented Auburn University on and off the competition floor
    • 2005 NCAA Individual All Around Qualifier
    • 2005 won the Wentworth Award- presented to the gymnast who best represents the Auburn Creed
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Hall of Fame Class 2013Duluth High SchoolGolf
    • 1998 individual state high school champion
    • 3 time Gwinnett County Female Golfer of the Year
    • Played on boys and girls high school golf team
    • All-SEC, Auburn University
    • Played in two U.S. Opens, finishing T-61st in 2004
    • Member of 2002 victorious, U.S. Curtis Cup team
    • 2002 NCAA First-team All-American at Auburn University, where her team finished 2nd in the NCAA Championship in 2002
    • Member of Futures Tour, LPGA feeder tour, before entering coaching
    • Courtney spent three and a half years as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Auburn University, where she helped coach the Tigers to the 2006 and 2009 SEC Championships and mentored 3 first team All-Americans
    • Current Head Coach at the University of Louisville, former Head Coach at the University of Central Florida
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Hall of Fame Class 2013Buford High SchoolBroadcaster
    • 2003 scored 46 touchdowns, breaking Herschel Walker’s GA high school single-season record of 42
    • 2003 Gwinnett County Back of the Year
    • 2003 Parade Magazine All American
    • 2004 Offensive Player of Year - GA Athletic Coaches Association
    • 2004 Running Back of the Year -Touchdown Club of Atlanta
    • 2004 scholar athlete recipient Watkins Award, presented by National Alliance of African American Athletes, NAAA
    • 2004 Player of Year - Gwinnett Daily Post, Gainesville Times, Fox 5 TV Sports Team
    • 2003 Georgia Player of the Year, Gatorade
    • 2003 Georgia Player of the Year, Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    • Notre Dame, during first season for the Irish set the freshman rushing record, gaining 786 yards on 185 carries (4.2 average), and breaking a 30-year-old school record
    • Led the Irish in rushing in all three seasons
    • Recorded the sixth-best single-season rushing total in Notre Dame history as a junior with career-high 1,267 yards on 255 carries and holds career record for most receptions as a running back at Notre Dame
    • Ranked 4th All-time for career rushing yards at Notre Dame, 4th in school history to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards in consecutive seasons
    • NFL 2007-2010, Houston Texans, Denver Broncos
    • College football analyst for FOX in Los Angeles, CA
    • ESPN and Fox Sports Broadcaster

Gwinnett puts five in inaugural Georgia High School Football Hall of Fame class

Hall of Fame
Hall of Fame Class 2013Brookwood High SchoolFootball
    • Credited with bringing successful football model to Gwinnett
    • Accomplished a number of firsts, including GCPS' first state title in football in 1996
    • Longtime representative on the Georgia High School Assoc. Exec. Committee
    • Coach 1996 Brookwood HS football state champions
    • 149-35 in 15 years in Gwinnett County
    • Region Coach-of-the-Year, 6 times
    • State of Georgia Coach-of-the-Year, 2 times
    • NFL National Coach-of-the-Year, 1 time- 1996
    • Region Athletic Director-of-the-Year, 3 times
    • AAAA/AAAAA Athletic Director-of-the-Year, 2 times
    • Statewide Athletic Director-of-the-Year, 2 times
    • Nicknamed“ the Godfather” of Gwinnett football by Gwinnett coaches
    • Widely acknowledged as responsible for starting the tremendous athletic facility development in Gwinnet County
    • Member Georgia HS Association’s Executive Committee, GHSA
    • Longtime executive director of the Touchdown Club of Gwinnett until retirement
    • Executive director of the Corky Kell Kickoff Classic
    • Master of Science degree
    • Inducted into the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame

Brookwood, Gwinnett icon Dave Hunter added as namesake of Corky Kell Classic