The Bulldogs announced four new additions to the University of Georgia’s Circle of Honor on Friday.
Former All-American John Little, who started at rover for the Bulldogs from 1984-86, was the lone football player selected. He accumulated 381 tackles during his career with the Bulldogs, which included first-team All-America and All-SEC selections in 1985 and 1986.
Joining Little in the induction class are women’s basketball players Kelly and Coco Miller, along with swimmer Stefanie Williams.
The Millers were four year starters for Georgia from 1997-2001, earning All-America honors, a Final Four appearance and SEC regular season and tournament championships during their tenure.
The foursome will be inducted formally on Feb. 11, 2017 at the Circle of Honor Gala, and will be honored at the football game vs. Vanderbilt on Oct. 15 in Athens.
According to the university press release, “the Circle of Honor is designed to recognize and pay tribute to extraordinary student-athletes and coaches who by their performance and conduct have brought honor to the university and themselves, and who by their actions have contributed to the tradition of the Georgia Bulldogs. The criteria also stipulate that each recipient has earned his or her academic degree.”