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2016 Hall of Fame Inductees: Tim Johnson & Brent Adams

August 19, 2016

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Tim Johnson

Tim played from 1987 – 1989 in this series.  Time was an elite tailback converted from wide receiver.  His teams posted a 3-0 record during his playing time in this series and he amassed over 320 yards in 4 games against Elbert Co. His teams won by a combined score of 59 – 9 in those 4 meetings.  The first time he touched the ball in his career he ran for a 65 yard score against Gainesville and finished with 150 yards for the game.  During his senior season he ran for 1300 yards and 15 touchdowns.  After graduation he played for Bobby Ross at Georgia Tech for 1 year before transferring and finishing his career at Western Carolina.

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Brent Adams

Brent played in the Elbert-Hart Rivalry for five seasons, 1966-1970 playing defensive and offensive tackle. Graduating from Elbert County High School in 1970. Brent then attended, played football and graduated from the University of Tennessee — Chattanooga. Starting all four years as an offensive guard and offensive tackle. Brent was selected as a Little All American in 1974. Brent was named

Chattanooga’s Most Valuable Player in 1974. Brent was drafted in 1975 in the 8th round of the NFL Draft for the Atlanta Falcons. He started as an offensive guard and offensive tackle for the three seasons he was with the Atlanta Falcons. Brent played his final season in 1979 with the Los Angeles Rams where he started as an offensive guard.

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