2018 SCFHOF Inductee Finalists Ballot- December 19th – January 19th

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Directions: Please Pick Four Modern Era Nominees.

  • John Abraham (Timmonsville SC, South Carolina ’96-’99, New York Jets ’00-’05 (1st Rnd Draft Pick), Atlanta Falcons ’06-’12, Arizona Cardinals ’13-’14, Pro Bowl ’01, ’02, ’04, ’10, ’13, First-team All-Pro ’01, ’10, 100 Sacks Club)
  • Art Baker (Sumter SC, Presbyterian College ’50-’53, Head Coach: Furman ’73-77, Citadel ’78-’82, East Carolina ’85-88/Assistant Coach: Clemson ’65-’69, Texas Tech ’70-’72, East Carolina ’83, Florida State ’84)
  • Jeff Bostic (Greensboro NC, Clemson ’76-‘79, Washington Redskins ’80-’93. 3x Super Bowl Champion, All Pro ’83, Pro Bowl ’83, Washington Redskins Ring of Fame, made 70 Greatest Redskins list)
  • Peter Boulware (Columbia, SC; Florida State ’93-’96, Baltimore Ravens ’97-’05 (1st Rnd Draft Pick), Pro Bowl ’98, ’99, ’02, ’03, All-Pro ’99, NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Award ’97, Super Bowl XXXV Champion, AFC Sacks Leader ‘01)
  • Troy Brown (Barnwell SC, Marshall ’89-’92, New England Patriots ’93-’07 (8th Rnd Draft Pick), 3x Super Bowl Champion, Pro Bowl ’01, New England Patriots Hall of Fame/50th Anniversary Team)
  • Bobby Bryant (Macon GA, South Carolina ’64-’67, Minnesota Vikings ’68-’80 (7th Rnd Draft Pick), Pro Bowl ’75 & ’76, Played in four Super Bowls in the 1970s, recorded 51 career INTs which is 2nd on Vikings All-Time INT list, USC Athletic Hall of Fame ’79, SC Athletic Hall of Fame)
  • Dwight Clark (Kinston NC, Clemson ‘’75-’78, San Francisco 49ers ’79-’87 (10th Rnd Draft Pick), Pro Bowl/All-Pro ’81-’82, Super Bowl Champion XVI, XIX, 49ers retired his jersey #87, Clemson Hall of Fame ’88)
  • Woody Dantzler (Orangeburg SC, Clemson ’97-’01, Dallas Cowboys ’02, ’05, Atlanta Falcons ’02, First QB in NCAA history to pass for 2,000 yards and rush for 1,000 in same season, held 53 Clemson football records, Clemson football Hall of Fame ’07)
  • Todd Ellis (South Carolina ’86-’89, Denver Broncos ’90 (9th Rnd Draft Pick), “Voice of the Gamecocks”, play by play man for football since 2003, USC Athletic Hall of Fame, all-time leading passer in Gamecock history and school’s second winningest QB, set 26 Gamecock records)
  • Steve Fuller (Enid OK/Spartanburg, Clemson ’75-’78, Kansas City Chiefs ’79-’82 (1st Rnd Draft Pick), Los Angeles Rams ’83, Chicago Bears ’84-’86, Super Bowl XX Champion)
  • Bobby Johnson (Columbia SC, Clemson ’69-’72, Asst Coach: Furman ’76-’92, Clemson ’93 Head Coach: Furman ’94-’01, Vanderbilt ’02-’10, SoCon Championships ’99, ’01, SEC Coach of the Year ’08, led first bowl victory since 1955 and second in school history in 2008 at Vanderbilt, current member of the College Football Playoff selection committee.
  • Paul Maguire (Youngstown OH, Citadel ’56-’59, LA/San Diego Chargers-AFL ’60-’63, Buffalo Bills-AFL ’64-’70, AFL Champion ’63-’65, football commentator for NBC & ESPN for over 40 years)
  • Robert Porcher (Wando SC, SC State ’88-‘91, Detroit Lions ’92-’04 (1st Rnd Draft Pick), Pro Bowl & All Pro ’97, ’99, ’01, First-team All-NFC ’99, Name on Lions annual “Man of the Year” Award)
  • Richard Seymour (Gadsden SC, Georgia ’97-’00, New England Patriots (1st Rnd Draft Pick) ’01-’08, Oakland Raiders ’09-’12, 7 x Pro Bowl ’02-’06, ’10, ’11, 3x 1st Team All-Pro ’03-’05, 2x 2nd Team All-Pro ’06, ’11, 3x Super Bowl Champ XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, NFLs 2000s All-Decade Team)
  • Willie Scott (Newberry SC, South Carolina ’77-’80, Kansas City Chiefs ’81-’85 (1st Rnd Draft Pick), New England Patriots ’86-’88)
  • Steve Spurrier (Miami Beach FL, Florida ’63-’66, won Heisman Trophy ’66. Player: San Francisco 49ers ’67-’75, Tampa Bay Buccaneers ’76 Head Coach: Tampa Bay Bandits ’83-’85, Duke ’87-’89, Florida ’90-’01, Washington Redskins ’02-’03, South Carolina ’05-’15. 4-time SEC Coach of the Year at Florida, 2-time SEC Coach of the Year at South Carolina, claims 3 of the 4 10 win seasons in program history, 3-straight 11 win seasons, program’s only SEC Championship game appearance.)
  • Travelle Wharton (Greenville SC, South Carolina ’00-’03, Carolina Panthers ’04-’11, ’13 (3rd Rnd Draft Pick), Cincinnati Bengals ’12, started 111 games in the NFL. Didn’t allow a sack in college in a 45-game span.

Legacy Ballot: Choose One

  • Clay Matthews Sr. (1928-2017, Charleston SC, Georgia Tech ’45-’48, San Francisco 49ers ’50, ’53-’55/Father of Clay Matthews Jr. and Pro Football HOF Bruce Matthews, Grandfather of current NFL players Clay Matthews III, Kevin Matthews, Jake Matthews, and Casey Matthews)
  • Chester McGlockton (1969-2011, Whiteville NC, Clemson ’88-’91, LA/Oakland Raiders (1st Rnd Draft Pick) ’92-’97, Kansas City Chiefs ’98-’00, Denver Broncos ’01-’02, New York Jets ’03, 4 x Pro Bowl ’94-’97, 3 x All-Pro ’94-’96)
  • Dode Phillips (1900-1965, Bradley SC, Erskine College 1917-1921, All-Southern ’21, Named best athlete of the first half of the 20th century in SC in 1950, Head Coach: Boys High ’22, Erskine College ’24-’27, Moultrie High ’28, Erskine Athletics Hall of Fame, SC Athletic Hall of Fame

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