2019 SCFHOF Inductee Finalist Ballot- December 18th-January 21st

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Directions: Please Pick Four Modern Era Nominees & One Legacy Nominee

Modern Era Finalists

  • Terry Allen (Commerce GA, Clemson ’86-’89, Minnesota Vikings ’91-’94 (9th Rnd Draft Pick), Washington Redskins ’95-’98, New England Patriots ’99, New Orleans Saints ’00, Baltimore Ravens ’01)
  • 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)
  • Joe Bostic (Greensboro NC, Clemson ’75-’78, St. Louis/Phoenix Cardinals ’79-’88 (3rd Rnd Draft Pick), Older brother of Jeff Bostic)
  • 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)
  • Dexter Coakley (Mt. Pleasant SC, Appalachian St. ’93-’96, Dallas Cowboys ’97-’04 (3rd Rnd Draft Pick), St. Louis Rams ’05-’06, SoCon Freshman of the Year, 3x SoCon DPOY ’94-’96, 2x Buck Buchanan Award ’95, ’96, ’97 NFL All-Rookie team, 3x Pro Bowl ’99, ’01, ’03, Class of 2011 College Football Hall of Fame)
  • Stephen Davis (Spartanburg SC, Auburn ’92-’95, Washington Redskins ’96-’02 (4th Rnd Draft Pick), Carolina Panthers ’03-’05, St. Louis Rams ’06, Pro Bowl ’99, ’00, ’03, All-Pro ’99, NFC Rushing leader ’99, ‘01)
  • Brad Edwards (Lumberton NC, South Carolina ’84-’87, Minnesota Vikings ’88-’89 (2nd Rnd Draft Pick), Washington Redskins ’90-’93, Atlanta Falcons ’94-’96, Super Bowl XXVI Champion Athletic Director (AD): Newberry College, Jacksonville University Current: AD for George Mason University)
  • Steve Fuller (Enid OK/Spartanburg SC, Clemson ’75-’78, Kansas City Chiefs ’79-’82 (1st Rnd Draft Pick), Los Angeles Rams ’83, Chicago Bears ’84-’86, Super Bowl XX Champion)
  • Shawn Graves (Marion SC, Wofford ’89-‘92, NCAA record holder for all-time career rushing yards by a QB (5,128) for 23 years, NCAA record holder for most career rushing TDs for a QB (72) for 23 years, owns NCAA DII record for rushing yards by QB in a game (323), tied for most rushing TDs in a season by QB record in NCAA DII (24)
  • Steve Greer (Greer SC, Georgia ’65-’69, Auburn Assist Coach ’72-’78, UGA Assist Coach ’79-’96, UGA Dir of Football Ops ’96-’09, MVL of SEC ’69, Georgia Outstanding Athlete of the Year ’69, 1st Team All-SEC ’69, 1st Team All-American ’69, UGA Circle of Honor ’14)
  • Stump Mitchell (Kingsland GA, The Citadel ’77-’80, St. Louis Cardinals ’81-’87 (9th Rnd Draft Pick), Phoenix Cardinals ’88-’89, Kansas City Chiefs ’90 (player)/Head Coach: Morgan State ’96-’98, Southern ’10-‘12/Assistant: San Antonio Riders ’92, Morgan State ’95, Seattle Seahawks ’99-’07, Washington Redskins ’08-’09, Arizona Cardinals RB coach ’13- 17, New York Jets RB Coach 2017- current)
  • 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)
  • Sidney Rice (Gaffney SC, South Carolina ’05-’06, Minnesota Vikings (2nd Rnd Draft Pick) ’07-’10, Seattle Seahawks ’11-’13, Pro Bowl ’09, All-Pro ’09, Super Bowl XLVIII champion, NFL record for most touchdown receptions in a playoff game (3), U of SC career TD reception record holder (23-tied))
  • Tony Rice (Spartanburg (Woodruff) SC, Notre Dame ’86-’89, Saskatchewan Roughriders ’90 (CFL), Barcelona Dragons ’91-’92 (World League), Munich Thunder ’94 (FLE), 1988 National Champion, ’89 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, ’89 4th in Heisman, ’89 All-American)
  • 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)
  • Duce Staley (Tampa FL, South Carolina ’93-’96, Philadelphia Eagles (3rd Rnd Draft Pick) ’97-’03, Pittsburgh Steelers ’04-’06, Super Bowl XL Champion, Coaching: Philadelphia Eagles Running Backs Coach ’13-Current)

Legacy Ballot: Choose One Nominee

  • Francis Marion Campbell (1929-2016, Chester SC, Georgia ’48-’51, San Francisco 49ers (4th Rnd Draft Pick) ’54-’55, Philadelphia ’56-’61, Pro Bowl ’59, ’60, 1st Team All-Pro ’60, NFL Assist Coach: ’62-’74, ’77-’82, UGA Bulldogs DC ’94, NFL Head Coach: Atlanta Falcons ’74-’76, ’87-’89, Philadelphia Eagles ’83-’85)
  • 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)
  • Joe Morrison (1937-1989, Lima OH, Cincinnati ’55-’58, New York Giants (3rd Rnd Draft Pick) ’59-’72, Head Coach: Chattanooga ’73-’79, New Mexico ’80-’82, South Carolina ’83-’88, Walter Camp Coach of the Year ‘84
  • Marion Motley (1920-1999, Leesburg GA, SC State ’39, Nevada ’41-’43, Cleveland Browns ’46-’53, Pittsburgh Steelers ’55, NFL Champion ’50, Pro Bowl ’50, NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, 4 x AAFC Champion ’46-’49, Pro Football Hall of Fame ’68)
  • 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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