Kalamazoo Native T.J. Duckett Is Heading to The Hall Of Fame
Hometown star makes it to the Michigan State Hall of Fame
T.J. Duckett was amazing to watch play football for Kalamazoo Loy Norrix, then he went on to play for Michigan State before he was off to the NFL!
Mlive.com reviewed T.J. Duckett's professional career, which is very impressive...
Duckett was selected by the Atlanta Falcons with the 18th pick in the first round of the 2002 NFL draft and spent his first four seasons with the franchise. His last three years in the league were split between Washington Redskins, Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks. Duckett finished his NFL career with 2,814 rushing yards and 44 touchdowns on 717 carries.
T.J. had made history as one of the best RB to be part of MSU history and now he is headed to the hall of fame. Mlive.com reported...
Todd "T.J." Duckett will be one of eight inductees in the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2018. The ceremony will take place on Sept. 28 at the MotorCity Casino in Detroit.
Other Inductees Include...
- Robert Porcher (football)
- Cullen Finnerty (football)
- B.J. Armstrong (basketball)
- Daedra Charles-Furlow (basketball)
- Charlie Coles (basketball)
- Kate Sobrero-Markgraf (soccer)
- Mick McCabe (media)
That is a great group of athletics (and course one broadcaster that was able to sneak in, lol).
Cheers to T.J. Duckett, as always you have made all of us proud!