Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame

Join us for the 2019 Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame Induction - Event Date TBD

Hall of Fame Class of 2010

2010 Hall of Fame Inductees:

Terry Harvey (All-Around) Dacula High School, Ida Neal-Smith (Basketball) Central Gwinnett High School, Matt Stinchcomb (Football) Parkview High School, Ezzard Charles II (Boxing) Lawrenceville High School, Cindy Brogdon (Basketball) Greater Atlanta Christian School

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Cindy Brogdon
Cindy Brogdon
Hall of Fame Class 2010 | Greater Atlanta Christian, Class of 1975 | Basketball
  • Led GAC to three state titles
  • Four-time MVP of state high school tournament
  • First female in Georgia to receive a full athletic college scholarship
  • Was a three-time Kodak All-American, receiving the accolade as a freshman at Mercer University and then duplicating the feat her junior and senior years at the University of Tennessee.
  • Ranked second in AIAW career scoring with 3,204 points and 11th in AIAW career scoring average, averaging 25.0 ppg.
  • Career statistics also include 1,028 rebounds (8.3 rpg) as well as a 50.0 field goal percentage and an 82.7 free throw percentage.
  • First Georgian to play on a U.S. Olympic basketball team
  • Member of 1976 U.S. Olympic Team that won silver medal
  • Played for the New Orleans Pride of the Women’s Professional Basketball League in 1979 and 1980.
Ezzard Charles
Ezzard Charles
Hall of Fame Class 2010 | Lawrenceville High School | Boxing
  • 42-0 amateur record with two Golden Gloves titles
  • Beat Archie Moore three times from 1946-1948
  • World heavyweight champion from 1949-1951
  • Won NBA Heavyweight title in 1949 vs. Jersey Joe Walcott
  • Won World Heavyweight crown in 1950 vs. Joe Louis
  • First and only boxer to last 15 rounds with Rocky Marciano
  • 1949 and 1950 Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year
  • Posted career record of 96-25-1 with 58 knockouts
Ida Neal Smith
Ida Neal Smith
Hall of Fame Class 2010 | Central Gwinnett High School, Class of 1985 | Basketball
  • Ranks second all-time in Central Gwinnett career scoring
  • Georgia Tech's first All-ACC first-team selection in 1989
  • 1995 inductee into Georgia Tech's Hall of Fame
  • Second in Georgia Tech history with 508 career assists and hold the record for assist average with 4.7 per game
  • Averaged 19.2 points and 7.1 assists as a senior at Georgia Tech
Matt Stinchcomb
Matt Stinchcomb
Hall of Fame Class 2010 | Parkview High School | Football
  • All-American offensive tackle for UGA 1997-1998
  • 1998 William V. Campbell Winner as the top member of the NFF National Scholar-Athlete
  • first round pick of Oakland Raiders
  • 2003 Super Bowl
  • ESPN Studio analyst
  • 2010 Nominee College Hall of Fame
  • Ranks second all-time in Central Gwinnett career scoring
  • Georgia Tech’s first All-ACC first-team selection in 1989
  • 1995 inductee into Georgia Tech’s Hall of Fame
  • Second in Georgia Tech history with 508 career assists and holds the record for assist average with 4.7 per game
  • Averaged 19.2 points and 7.1 assists as a senior at Georgia Tech
Terry Harvey
Terry Harvey
Hall of Fame Class 2010 | Dacula High School, Class of 1992 | Football - All-Around
  • Finished high school football career with 7,100 total yards and 82 Touchdowns
  • Class A State Football Player of the Year as a senior
  • Led Falcons to 46-7 record in four seasons in football
  • Four-year starter in football, baseball and basketball
  • Three-time all-state football player at Dacula
  • No. 3 passer in N.C. State history with 5,925 yards
  • First pitcher to no-hit Florida State’s baseball team
  • Finished college career with school-record 35 wins
  • ACC Player of the Week in 1992,1993, 1994
  • Ranked third in the ACC for career victories with 35
  • Fifth in the ACC in career strikeouts with 386
  • Third in the ACC in career innings pitched with 426
  • Is tied for the ACC’s annual leader in shutouts in 1994 with two
  • Named to the ACC’s All-Tournament Team in 1993
  • Named to ACC’s 50th Anniversary baseball team