Cronin, Several Tigers Honored by KY Pro Football Hall of Fame
Submitted on June 24, 2019
The Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame held its annual banquet and awards ceremony Friday, June 21st, and multiple Georgetown College football players were honored as part of the festivities.
Starr Thompson, JJ Ogbogu, Shawn Gilliam and Daric Pugh all earned selection to the All-Commonwealth Team. The team is selected from all Kentucky colleges, and 67 young men were honored in total.
Ryan Woolf became the third Tiger to receive the Blanton Collier Leading with Character award, which is given to football student-athletes who dedicate themselves to becoming better athletes and leaders by exemplifying trust, respect, excellence, accountability, caring, confidence and optimism
The Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame honored Coach Bill Cronin by naming him one of the three Blanton Collier Coach of the Year Winners. Cronin is just wrapping up being the first NAIA coach to ever lead the AFCA as president. He is 199-56 as he starts his 22nd year at the helm of the Tigers.