Louisiana Well-Represented in this year’s NFL Hall of Fame
I've said it time and time again, no state has the talent that Louisiana does.
That goes for anything, not just athletics. However, with this article, we will highlight athletics and in particular, this year's NFL Hall of Fame Class.
Two former LSU Tigers are getting their bust in Canton, as well as a former Louisiana high school football star.
The latter being one of the greatest NFL defensive backs of all time, Ed Reed, who played ball at Destrehan High School. The Tigers are of course Johnny Robinson and Kevin Mawae. Robinson was an All-SEC running back on the Tigers 1958 national championship team, and a stand-out safety for the Chiefs. And Mawae was a center-point for the offensive line for the Tigers in the early 1990s, and wen't on to make 7 NFL Pro Bowl appearances.
Congrats to three honorary Louisianians on their arrival into the pro football Hall of Fame.