California High School Football Hall of Fame class revealed

The Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation announced Monday its inaugural class of 100 players and 13 coaches selected for the new California High School Football Hall of Fame, which will be unveiled at the Rose Bowl in November.

Players and coaches have been nominated by the public and suggested by media sources for their contributions to California high school football. A panel voted to support the first group of honorees.

The list is filled with some of the greatest football players to make their mark in California high school, from John Elway (Granada Hills) to Tom Brady (San Mateo Serra). There’s also Jackie Robinson (Pasadena Muir), Frankie Albert (Glendale), Ronnie Lott (Rialto Eisenhower), Reggie Bush (La Mesa Helix), and Richard Sherman (Compton Dominguez).

Among the 13 trainers are those who have put on legendary performances including Bob Ladouceur (Concord De La Salle), Harry Welch (Canyon Country Canyon, Santa Margarita, St. Margaret’s) and Bill Redell (Encino Crespi, La Canada St. Francis, westlake). Village Oaks Christian).

An exhibit is being built in the Rose Bowl to house the Hall of Fame. It is expected to open the week of the Southern Section Division 1 Championship game on November 25 at the Rose Bowl. California High School Football Hall of Fame class revealed

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