Gwinnett County Sports Hall of Fame

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

Susan Brandau Hawkins
Susan Brandau Hawkins
Hall of Fame Class 2012 | Parkview High School, Class of 1990 | All-Around
  • All Around Athlete - Basketball, Softball, Tennis
  • Varsity starter & Letter winner all 4 years
  • Most Valuable Player Award (Softball and Basketball) - 1988, 1989, 1990
  • Panther Award (Softball) - 1989, 1990
  • Team-Region Basketball Champs - 1988
  • Region Champs for softball - 1987, 1989, 1990
  • Team-State Runner-up - 1987, 1989, 1990
  • Gwinnett Daily News Softball Player of the Year – 1989, 1990
  • Gwinnett Extra Player of the Year Softball - 1989
  • Outstanding Offensive Player Award (Softball) - 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990
  • USSSA All-World Player – 1985, 1987, 1989
  • Team-USSSA World Champions - 1989
  • Academic Honor Award - 1990, 1991
  • Team-Region Champs (Basketball) - 1989, 1990
  • Outstanding Offensive Player Award (Basketball)
  • Panther Award (Basketball) - 1989, 1990
  • Team MVP Award (Basketball) - 1990, 1991
  • Two-time Gwinnett County Player of the Year (Basketball)
  • Atlanta Tip-Off Club Player of the Month
  • GHSA Basketball All-Star Team Selection
  • Gwinnett County Female Athlete of the Year - 1991
Coach Tally Johnson
Coach Tally Johnson
Coach | Hall of Fame Class 2015 | Central Gwinnett High School | Football
  • Coaching legend at Central Gwinnett High School
  • Athletic director and/or head football coach for 35 years - 1975-2001
  • Head football coach - 28 years
  • Athletic director - 35 years
  • Tally Johnson Awards named in his honor – Gwinnett Touchdown Club
  • Career record 185-111-8 win/less/tie, including 10-plus wins in 1980 and 1984 seasons
  • Central Gwinnett Stadium named in his honor
  • Member 100 Win Club – 11 Gwinnett coaches to reach 100 wins
Ted Roof
Ted Roof
Hall of Fame Class 2011 | Central Gwinnett High School, Class of 1982 | Football
  • Outstanding football player at Central Gwinnett HS
  • 1982 Gwinnett County Defensive Player of the Year
  • Earned 13 varsity letters while at Central Gwinnett
  • Inducted into Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1998
  • Three-year starter at linebacker with 417 career tackles
  • 1985 First-Team All-ACC selection
  • Made 25 tackles, second-best in Tech history vs. Tennessee in 1985
  • Defensive coordinator at Georgia Tech, Auburn University
  • Head coach Duke University
  • BSC Championship Auburn 2010
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
Tony Akins
Tony Akins
Hall of Fame Class 2017 | Berkmar, Class of 1998 | Basketball
  • 1998 set single-game county record with 53 points
  • During his high school career, averaged nearly 30 points (29.6 pts. and 7 assists) and scored 1,955 points, at the time the second-highest total ever in Gwinnett
  • 1998 Berkmar High School State runner-up finish as a high school senior
  • 1998 Named Mr. Georgia Basketball
  • 1998-2002 Four-year starter at point guard for Georgia Tech 
  • 2001-2002 Avg. 17 points and 5.7 assists
  • Ranked 2nd in Georgia Tech history making 301 three-point field goals
  • Second-team All-ACC as a senior 1,658 career points and 560 career assists- fourth in school history
  • Started his professional career in Russia 
  • Played in Turkey, China, France, Poland, Croatia, Greece, Bulgaria and Cyprus 
  • Played a summer in the Dominican Republic
  • 2015-2016 averaged 11 points and 2.7 assists for South Korea