When we talk about class acts on and off the field, we are proud to say that Tim Brown is prime example of that. From winning the Heisman Trophy in 1987 to being inducted as a Pro Football Hall of Famer, Brown has se the bar high for future wide receivers.
Dallas Mayor, Mike Rawlings officially named November 6 as Tim Brown Day in honor of his induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Tim Brown became the first Dallas Independent School District graduate ever enshrined in Canton. Before heading to Notre Dame to play college ball, Brown graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School. Even thought the team did not shine, Brown did.
“There’s no doubt I’ll be representing Dallas Independent School District,” he said before his induction ceremony. “Especially coming from a school that won four games in my three years on varsity. Who would have thought a player from that team would end up in the Hall of Fame?”
The entire POWERHANDZ family is honored and humbled to have Tim Brown on our Advisory Board and one of our lead ambassadors.