Rodney Rogers among new NC Hall of Fame class
Longtime college and high school coaches will join former Wake Forest basketball star Rodney Rogers and retired News & Observer of Raleigh sportswriter A.J. Carr among the next nine inductees to the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame.
The hall announced its 2014 class Monday. The class will be inducted in May.
Rogers was the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year in 1993, and had a 12-year NBA career. Others in the class include longtime college basketball coach Eddie Biedenbach and former Robbinsville High School football coach Bob Colvin.
New hall members also will be Duke basketball player Randy Denton; Wilson youth-league coach Lee Gliarmis and tennis tour executive Marshall Happer.
Inducted posthumously will be Western Carolina football coach Bob Waters and N.C. State sports information director Frank Weedon.
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