2023 Hall of Fame Inductees:
Jared Cook (Football) North Gwinnett High School
Coach Cecil Flowe (Football) Parkview High School
Will Hammock (Journalist) Gwinnett Daily News
Brock Newman (Swimming) Shiloh High School
Rhea Taylor (Softball) Peachtree Ridge High School
Amanda Winslow Rego (Track and Field) Collins Hill High School
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- Georgia AAAAA State Champion in Cross country, 1600m & 3200m
- 7-time All-American in cross country & track
- Broke the Florida State University and ACC Mile Record
- 4-time ACC track champion
- NCAA Women of the Year Top 10 Nominee
- Ran 7th fastest all-time in the US for the mile in 2014
- Olympic Trials semi-finalist in the 1500m
- 22-time NCAA All-American
- 6-time NCAA Champion
- Member of 1997 and 1999 NCAA Championship teams
- 14-time SEC Champion
- Auburn University Swimming and Diving Hall of Fame 2013 inductee
- 1998 US National Champion (100M Butterfly)
- 1995 Georgia High School Swimmer of the Year
- 5-time State Champion
- Georgia Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame 2021 inductee
- Parkview High School Head Football Coach for 21 years
- 197-67 record as Head Coach while at Parkview, 4 State Championships, 2
- State Runner-Up Titles, 6 region championships During 2000-2002, led Parkview to a 47 game winning streak in Class AAAAA
- GACA Coach of the Year nine times
- Atlanta Coach of the Year 4 times
- 2001 Wright Bazemore Coach of the Year
- 2002 Atlanta Falcons Coach of the Year
- Graduate of North Gwinnett (Ga.) High School, where he played receiver and free safety. As senior, caught 32 passes for 800 yards and 10 touchdowns.
- Named first-team All-Conference, All-State and Super 11 Team selection by The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Rated 24th-best player in Georgia and 40th-best wide receiver in country by Rivals.com.
- Also played basketball and earned All-Conference and All-State honors.
- During high school, his AAU basketball team, the Georgia Stars, won 2 national championships.
- University of South Carolina Team Captain
- 2008 led the South Carolina Football program with an avg. of 15.5 yds reception avg.
- 2008 All-SEC First Team Honors
- 2008 2nd Team All AP and Rivals.com
- 2008 John Mackey Award Semi Finalists
- 2009 Combine Placed First in the 40 (4.49)
- 1st in the Vertical Jump 41’ inches
- 1st in Broad Jump 10’3.
- 2012 Titans Community Man of The Year award winner.
- Over 200 NFL games over
- 13 seasons in the NFL
- Titans, St. Louis Rams, Green Bay Packers, Oakland Raiders, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Chargers
- 2x Pro Bowl Selection
- 553 catches for 7,237 yards 13.1 yds per catch which is 13th all time.
- Scored 45 touchdowns Top 20 All-Time
- 2017 Divisional playoff Offensive player of the game.
- NFC North Champion
- 2x NFC South Champion
- 2017 Sunday Night Football Offensive player of the game.
- 2021 Sunday Night Football Offensive player of the game.
- 2017 espy award winner (Catch of The Year)
- 2018 Ed Block Courage award winner
- 2017 Point of Light Award winner
- Receiving record for 3 separate franchises Titans, Rams, Raiders
- Named the most significant non-QB Journeyman in NFL History.
- Three-time All-Big 12 First Team (2008,2009,2010)
- 2011 NFCA Third Team All-American
- 2011 NFCA All-Midwest Region First Team
- 2011 All-Big 12 Second Team
- 2010 Women’s College World Series All-Tournament Team
- 2010 Third Team All-American
- 2010 All-Midwest Region First Team
- 2010 USA Softball College Player of the Year Top 25 Finalist
- 2009 All-Midwest Region First Team
- 2008 Second Team All-American
- 2008 All-Midwest Region First Team
- 2008 Big 12 Freshman of the Year
- 2008 Adidas Golden Shoe Award winner
- 2012 ISF World Championship Silver Medalist
- 2011 & 2012 World Cup Champion
- 2011 Pan American Gold Medalist
- USA Board of Directors Athlete Representative