The Effingham County High School Hall of Fame inducted its 2015 class Friday, welcoming in Chriss Allen, Paul Carrington and Trey Hunter. Allen, left, Carrington and Hunter’s parents were on hand to accept their plaques and their inductions into the hall.
Allen passed for more than 1,600 yards and 17 touchdowns in football and was the baseball MVP his junior year, hitting .404 with nine home runs.
Carrington, who played professionally with the Atlanta Falcons and Denver Broncos, had 24 tackles for loss and 14 sacks in his ECHS career before playing at the University of Central Florida, where is he on the coaching staff.
Hunter started at quarterback at Georgia Southern University following his high school career that included 909 passing yards and nine TDs as a senior and playing in the Georgia Dugout Club all-state baseball game. He won the Golden Helmet Award as a junior and senior and was the starting shortstop and pitcher on the Rebels baseball team.