Clayton Family Circle of Honor Inductees

Lou Holtz

Lou HoltzLou Holtz established himself as one of the most successful college football coaches of all time with 27 seasons as head coach. Holtz spent eleven of those seasons at the University of Notre Dame, leading the team to a record breaking 23-game winning streak and the consensus national championship. He took the team to nine consecutive post-season bowls, matched by no other coach in the country. Due to his successes as a head coach, Holtz received multiple distinctions and awards including selection for the College Football Hall of Fame (2008). Outside of coaching, Holtz served as a college football studio analyst on ESPN from 2004-15, authored three New York Times best-selling books, and is currently a host on SiriusXM. Originally from East Liverpool, Ohio, Holtz now resides in Orlando, Florida with his wife Beth. Holtz and his wife are the parents of four children and nine grandchildren.

Bobby "Slick" Leonard

'Slick'As a Pacers’ head coach for 12 years, Leonard won 529 games and three American Basketball Association championships. Before coming to the Pacers, “Slick” had an outstanding playing career on the high school, collegiate, and pro levels and was named as one of Indiana’s “50 Greatest Players.” He was named a two-time All-American at Indiana University and played seven years in the National Basketball Association spending most of his time with the Lakers. He is one of just six individuals in Pacers history to have a banner raised in his honor. A native of Terre Haute, Indiana, Leonard lives in Carmel, Indiana, with his wife of 61 years, Nancy, and is a partner in Bobby Leonard Enterprises. They have five children, 12 grandchildren, and one great grandchild.

Wall of Fame Inductees

  • Kyle Milbee '01, Tennis
  • Wesley Hayden '02, Baseball


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