Former Kentucky offensive guard Todd Perry was one of six inducted into the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame last night in Lexington.
The Elizabethtown native was an All-SEC performer for Bill Curry in 1992. A fourth round selection by the Chicago Bears, Perry spent eight seasons in Chicago and finished his 11-year career in 2003 after three years in Miami. Before the induction ceremony, Perry caught up with his former teammate Freddie Maggard.
Perry wasn’t the only Wildcat honored last night.
Mike Edwards, Nick Haynes, Courtney Love and Stephen Johnson were honored as members of the All-Commonwealth Team. The quarterback could not make it to the event because Johnson is spending time in New Orleans, improving his game at the Manning Passing Academy.
The gang also ran into a sharp-dressed Marty Moore.
The emcee of the event cleaned up pretty well.
Sorry to include this unflattering photo of your bald spot Mr. Lemond, but I had to. It’s in my contract.