* Gordon Carver  1992

Outstanding high school athlete at Durham, who went on to earn nine letters in football, basketball and track at Duke. Starred in Blue Devils’ Sugar Bowl win over Alabama in 1945. Won Teague Award in 1944. Named to Duke HOF in 1984. [more…]


* Whit Cobb  1985

Outstanding high school athlete from Durham, who won 12 varsity letters in basketball, tennis and track at Davidson. Named Southern Conference Athlete-of-Year in 1950. Member of Davidson HOF and N.C. Tennis HOF. [more…]


* Connie Mack Berry  2000

Football, basketball, baseball, and track star at N.C. State   who led Southern Conference in basektball scoring 1937 and 1938.  Three time All-conference. Played for Chicago Bears in the NFL and pitched in Chicago Cubs farm system. [more…]


* Bob Gantt  1978

Outstanding athlete at Durham in both football and basketball. Member of high school basketball team which won 69 straight games and national acclaim. Was an outstanding football end at Duke. [more…]


Billy Ray Barnes  1979

Football and baseball star at Wake Forest and was third baseman on 1955 NCAA baseball champions. First ACC football player to rush for more than 1,000 yards. Later starred on 1961 Philadelphia NFL champs. [more…]


Jack Murdock  1990

Standout multi-sport star at Raleigh’s Hugh Morson High School and an All-ACC and All-America basketball star at Wake Forest. Coached Deacon cagers one year. A world-class softball player and member of N.C. Softball HOF. Also member Wake Forest Sports HOF. [more…]


Bobby Hodges  1993

Attained All-America honors in both football and basketball at East Carolina. Had 10 touchdown catches in a single season and was named top basketball player in North State Conference the same year. [more…]


* Dr. Angus “Monk” McDonald  1976

Still acknowledged by many as perhaps the greatest all-around athlete at UNC-Chapel Hill. Was an outstanding quarterback during the 1922-23-24 seasons in addition to starring in other sports [more…]


Danny Talbott  2003

Three sport star at Rocky Mount High School where he led teams to state titles in football, basketball, and football in 1963. Played baseball and football at UNC and was ACC Athlete of the Year in 1965. [more…]