National High School Football Hall of Fame Celebrates Its Inaugural Class in Canton, Ohio

Discover the impact of high school football legends in Canton, Ohio, in this exciting episode of "Journey to Greatness." Canton, already renowned for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, has now added a new attraction—the National High School Football Hall of Fame. The inaugural class, celebrated this summer, included 23 players and coaches, including the iconic Manning family, Ohio State legend Archie Griffin, and the legendary Jim Brown. Archie Griffin, the only two-time Heisman winner, expressed his honor in joining esteemed company, particularly his childhood hero, Jim Brown. Selecting the first class of inductees was a challenging task, as all were truly grateful for being included in this prestigious honor. During the ceremony, Ted Ginn Sr., the revered head coach at Glenville High School, received roaring applause. His team's historic victory in the Ohio State Championship marked the first-ever win for Glenville and any team in Cleveland's metropolitan school district. Join us as we delve into the glorious legacy of high school football in Canton, Ohio, celebrating the legends who have left an indelible mark on the sport. Watch the video to witness the passion, talent, and dedication that have shaped these football icons and discover the significance of this newly established National High School Football Hall of Fame.