Guilford County Sports Hall of Fame Dinner/Ceremonies SOLD OUT!

The Guilford County Sports Hall of Fame is pleased to announce that the
Hall of Fame Dinner scheduled for Monday, September 20th at 7:00 pm in
the Plaza of the Greensboro Coliseum is sold out for this year. This is
the largest crowd ever for the Hall of Fame at close to 400.

Inductees for this year are Don Corbett, Jeff Davis, Otis Foster, Jr.,
Sharron Frahm, Stuart Maynard, Donald Moore, Benny Phillips, C.K. Siler,
Irwin Smallwood, and Fred Whitfield, The Legend’s Class for this year’s
event includes Joseph Bryan, Bob Doss, and Bill White.

Demp Bradford
Vice President of Operations
Greensboro Sports Commission


  1. Apparently, the qualifications in Guilford County are somewhat less restricted than other Hall of Fames that I have been considered. I submit my name for consideration and will guarantee how ever many tables/attendees required to secure the nomination. Heck, the plane holds 85, so I’ll buy 85 plus another 25 for local friends.

    I am concerned about this “Plaza” location, I consulted several national publications as well as the Internet and I am unaware of this facility. Who is the Head Chef? I know that this may sound picky; but if I am going to drop a few bucks to fly everybody out; I want something better than some hot dog buffet.

  2. Andy,
    I will be flying in from Kansas City, MO to attend Monday evening. Looking forward to seeing a lot of people I have met over the years I lived in the Greensboro/High Point Area. What a fantastic turnout.

  3. You said that Jeff Davis was a finalist. Is the Jeff Davis that played at Greensboro Dudley in 1978 and later at Clemson? I thought he would have been in the Hall of Fame a long time ago. I played football with Jeff at Dudley and he was a true superstar on the football field. Well Done. Great person too.

  4. Jeff “The Judge” Davis, from Dudley HS and Clemson University and I think later on with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers….

    The LB, Jeff Davis, from Greensboro, N.C.

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