A former Davie County High School athlete will be inducted into the Augusta Military Academy Sports Hall of Fame in April, according to the Salisbury Post.

Warren Fleming graduated from Davie County High School in 1971.

He will be inducted for his contributions in the AMA football program, according to the paper.

Fleming was the first string tight end as a junior on the Davie High.

His speed was once clocked at 9.9 in the 100 yard dash and he averaged over five yards per carry, the paper reported.

He now hosts the annual Staunton African American Festival.

After graduating from AMA, Fleming received football offers from various colleges including Livingstone College, Xavier University, University of Utah and Banner-Elk Junior College.

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