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FHSAA Hall of Fame Class of 2020 Announced

GAINESVILLE, FL (4/27/20) – The Florida High School Athletic Association is proud to announce the nine-member FHSAA Hall of Fame Class of 2020.

The 30th class to be inducted, the FHSAA Hall of Fame celebrates 100 years of interscholastic competition featuring some of the most accomplished student-athletes, coaches, administrators, officials and contributors from the state of Florida.

A special induction ceremony will take place at the Hilton University of Florida Conference Center in Gainesville on Sunday night, September 27. Tickets to the induction ceremony are $50 each and can be purchased this summer at

The newest class of FHSAA Hall of Fame inductees is (in alphabetical order):

Jerome Brown, a dominent football player from Hernando High School who went onto mentor youth and give back to the Brooksville community.

Rubin Carter, a multi-sport athlete from Stranahan who earned titles such as Florida All-State Defensive Tackle, Florida All-State Shot-Put Champion, and Broward County Athlete of the Year.

• James Colzie, a coach and administrator at South Miami that simutaneously officiated over 4,000 FHSAA contests during his tenure.

Ronald Davis, an administrator at Crestview and former Commissioner of the FHSAA who was a pioneer in modernizing the Association's practices.

Daniel Green, a football coach with the winningest record at Baker County who had the ability to turn losing football programs into State Champion contenders.

• Karrmayne King, a head basketball and volleyball coach at Keswick Christian who lead her teams to 500 victories in each sport.

• Bob McKinney, a contest official who is a member of the FHSAA Football Coaches Advisory Committee and has called14 FHSAA State Championship games.

Morris Middleton, a contest official with over six decades of experience who has assigned more than 14,000 football games and 18,000 basketball games with the CFOA.

 Wayne Yancey, a baseball coach at Forest who saw over 600 wins and simultaneously coached his football team to post season play for four seasons.

About The FHSAA

The Florida High School Athletic Association supervises and regulates interscholastic athletic programs for high school students at member public, private and charter schools. The organization also recognizes and honors aca­demic and athletic achievement among current and former student-athletes at almost 800 middle, junior and senior high schools statewide. Head­quartered in Gainesville, it is the official governing body for interscholastic athletics in Florida.