- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 21, 2014

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Former St. Louis Rams wide receiver Isaac Bruce is one of four additions to the latest Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame induction class.

Hall of Fame officials announced Tuesday that Bruce, who played collegiately at Memphis, would be inducted along with former Lipscomb basketball player John Pierce Jr., former high school football coach and Vanderbilt assistant coach and administrator John Cropp, former high school football coach Jake Rudolph and former high school basketball coach Galen Johnson.

They’re part of a class that already included former Texas football coach Mack Brown, who grew up in Cookeville, as well as Bob Cummings, William Dunavant Jr., Jim England, Jamie Rotella and Henry and Alice Hooker. Their selections were announced earlier this month.

This class will be inducted June 6 in Nashville.

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