C.J. Spiller highlights the SC Athletic Hall of Fame class of 2020


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Spiller was an electric playmaker for Clemson
Spiller was an electric playmaker for Clemson

COLUMBIA, SC – Clemson running back C.J. Spiller and USC quarterback Todd Ellis, two of the Palmetto State’s most popular football players, highlight the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame’s Induction Class of 2020.

Also being enshrined are Limestone coach Gaylord Perry, Hilton Head infielder Dan Driessen, USC pitcher Ed Lynch, SC State basketball scorer Roberta Williams and Columbia defensive end Peter Boulware. The seven create one of the best-ever groups in the 60-year history of the organization.

The seven individuals will be forever enshrined with the Palmetto State’s highest athletic honor on Monday, May 11 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center. Tickets (table of eight for $800) and program sponsorships are available by securing a table from the SCAHOF office at 803/779-0905. Payment and reservations must be made by Friday, April 10.

The SCAHOF Banquet and Ceremony is the largest annual celebration of Palmetto State sports stars under one roof. The traditional Walk of Legends that introduces past inductees is one of the event’s highlights. More information may be obtained at www.scahof.com.

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