Former Clemson quarterback Steve Fuller will be among five inductees into the South Carolina Football Hall of Fame in Greenville in April.

The Class of 2019, announced on Wednesday, also will include Bobby Bryant (University of South Carolina), Stephen Davis (Spartanburg/Auburn University), Steve Greer (Greer/University of Georgia) and legacy inductee Dode Phillips (Bradley/Erskine College).

The recipients of the 2018 Blanchard-Rogers Trophy for 2018 Collegiate Player of the Year and the 2019 Humanitarian of the Year award will be announced at a later date and also will be honored at the Hall of Fame ceremony, which is set for April 23 at the Hilton Greenville.

Fuller played at Clemson following a standout career at Spartanburg High and earned All-America honors in 1978 after guiding the Tigers to an 11-1 record and Gator Bowl victory against Ohio State.

A two-time Academic All-American, Fuller was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round of the 1979 NFL Draft and played 10 seasons with the Chiefs, Rams, Bears and Chargers and won a Super Bowl ring as a member of the world champion Bears in 1985.

Fuller was elected into the Clemson Hall of Fame in 1985 and the Clemson Ring of Honor in 1994. He resides in Bluffton with his wife, Anna, and serves as offensive coordinator for the Hilton Head High football team.

► Bryant, of Macon, Georgia, starred in football and baseball at South Carolina and was named ACC Athlete of the Year in 1966 and 1967. He was later drafted by both the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, but opted to pursue a career in pro football.

He was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the sixth round in 1967 played for the Vikings for 14 seasons. A cornerback, he is the second all-time interceptions leader in Vikings history. Bryant returned to Columbia to work and raise a family after he retired from football and was inducted into the University of South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame in 1979.

► Davis, of Spartanburg, starred at Spartanburg High, where he played football and ran track, setting the state record in the 100 meters with a 10.40 time in 1991. The nation’s No. 1 football recruit and USA TODAY’s Offensive Player of the Year in 1992, Davis played at Auburn from 1993 to 1995 and was named All-SEC his final two seasons.

He graduated as Auburn’s fourth all-time leading rusher. Davis led the NFC in rushing in 1999 with 1,405 yards as a member of the Washington Redskins, then topped that effort with the Carolina Panthers when he rushed for 1,444 yards in 2003. He lives in Columbia.

► Greer is a Greer High graduate who played in both the Shrine Bowl and North-South All-Star Game, earning Most Valuable Lineman honors in both contests. A 1964 Parade High School All-American, he went on to play at the University of Georgia, where he was a three-year starter who played in three bowl games.

After a stint with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, Greer returned to Athens, Georgia, where he served as a graduate assistant for one year before spending seven years as an assistant at Auburn. He returned to Georgia, where he spent the next 30 years serving in several football capacities, including assistant coach, recruiting coordinator and director of football operations. He returned in 2009 and was inducted into the UGA Circle of Honor in 2014. Greer, who is batting ALS, resides in Athens with Susan, his wife of 50 years.

► Phillips was a native of Bradley in Greenwood County and was a three-sport star at Chester High School. He starred at Erskine College and during his career led his team to victory against South Carolina and Clemson, including a 13-0 victory against Clemson in 1921 in which he scored every point, prompting Clemson coach Frank Howard to proclaim, “I’ve seen football players in the East, in the South and on the Pacific Coast, but I’ve never yet seen a fullback that was equal to Dode Phillips.”

Phillips was elected into the NAIA Football Hall of Fame in 1965 and was a charter member of the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame. After a brief stint in pro baseball, Phillips coached high school football in Anderson and Moultrie, Georgia, before returning to Erskine. When he died in 1965, Phillips was called “the greatest athlete in South Carolina for the first half of the 20th century.”

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