Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins and longtime Clemson tennis coach Chuck Kriese head up the school's newest Athletic Hall of Fame inductees.
Clemson Letterwinners Association executive director Charlie Bussey announced the group of eight yesterday (Monday).
Dawkins starred for the Tigers from 1992-95, and was an all-Atlantic Coast Conference selection his senior year. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles and selected for seven Pro Bowls, the most of any Tiger. He joined the Broncos this offseason after 13 seasons in Philadelphia.
Kriese coached men's tennis from 1975-2008 and made 24 NCAA tournament appearances.
The other former players inducted are football's Rob Bodine, soccer's Sheri Bueter, tennis' Jean Desdunes, golf's John Engler, basketball's Grayson Marshall and volleyball's Jodie Steffes
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