Ed Blount inducted into the Pasadena Sports Hall of Fame last week
The Pasadena Sports Hall of Fame (PASHOF) inducted Former NFL San Francisco 49er Ed Blount into the 2018-19 Induction Class, “The Champions Heart” for his work as a quarterback at Blair High School for the class of 1982 and Washington State University for the class of 1986, before going to the 49ers as an undrafted free agent.
The ceremony took place on Friday, Feb. 25 at the prestigious 1922 Locker Room inside the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena.
Additional inductees included Chris Kinard (PHS/Badminton), Kenny Edwards (Community), Chris McAlister (PHS/Football), Stacy L. Harvey (PHS/Football), Tom Hamilton (PHS/Coaching), Arthur Large (PHS/Coaching), Mel Clipper (MUIR/TNF), Reed Olmstead (BLAIR/Baseball), George Tucker (PHS/Basketball), Toi McCoy (Community) and Vaughn Simmons (PHS/Football).
Blount is a Washington State University Sports Management graduate. He is the Founder & CEO of FAST5 USA Inc., a sports-tech, media and entertainment crowdfund platform designed to aggregate fans, investors and influencers for the purpose of investing in pro football franchise teams.
FAST5 USA will soon premier their 5v5 Pro Football League Tryout Auditions. For more details about the organization visit www.fast5.us.