Former LSU basketball player Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, football player Glenn Dorsey, and track and field coach Pat Henry are three of the eight 2021 inductees for the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.


NATCHITOCHES – Two of LSU's most gifted athletes – basketball star Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf and football standout Glenn Dorsey – along with dynamic former LSU track and field coach Pat Henry are part of the headliners of the eight 2021 competitive ballot inductees chosen for the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.

The announcement was made on Thursday by the LSHOF and the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Foundation.

The LSHOF Class of 2021 also includes Marques Colston, the all-time leading receiver for the New Orleans Saints; Southern Jaguars baseball star Rickie Weeks; and, Baton Rouge native Courtney Blades-Rogers, considered one of college softball's best pitchers at Nicholls and Southern Mississippi. North Louisiana is represented by Monroe's Mackie Freeze, a high school football coach Richwood High School and an undefeated pitcher for the Grambling Tigers; and Natchitoches native Villis "Bo" Dowden, the 1980 Bassmaster Classic champion

The Class of 2021 will be enshrined Saturday, June 26, in Natchitoches to culminate the 62nd Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Induction Celebration, June 24-26.
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alumni9545 months
Travesty Pat Henry was ever let go.
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Ace Midnight45 months
Well deserved.
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