GREEN BAY — Donald Driver has been named one of the 26 finalists for Black College's 2020 Football Hall of Fame.
On Thursday, the Black College Football Hall of Fame announced the 26 finalists for induction into the Black College Football Hall of Fame, class of 2020. Among the finalists, former Green Bay Packer wide receiver Donald Driver.
The selections were made by a 12-member selection committee composed of journalists, commentators, historians, former NFL managers, and football executives. The finalists include 23 players, two coaches, and one contributor.
“It is no small feat to make it to this list. All these men are deserving of the recognition that comes with being inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame,”
- James “Shack” Harris, Black College Football Co-Founder and 2012 Inductee.
The inductee's will be announced on Nov. 14 and will be honored during the Black College Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Feb. 22, 2020 in Atlanta.
The other finalists for the Hall of Fame can be found here.