Ozzie Newsome now has a letter jacket to go with his gold one.
The Ravens General Manager and Pro Football Hall of Fame tight end recently added another honor.
According to Montgomery Advertiser, Newsome is being inducted into the National Federation of State High School Association’s National High School Hall of Fame.
Newsome is one of 12 people being inducted, honoring his career as a three-sport star at Colbert County High in Alabama.
Newsome nearly pulled the trifecta as a senior, leading his school to a 15-0 season and state football title, the state basketball championship and hit .350 for the baseball team which lost the state finals.
We’d like to congratulate Newsome, along with fellow inductee Charles Jefferson of Ridgemont High.