Corey Honore
Year: 1998
Hometown: Baton Rouge, La.
High School: City (Iowa City)
Team: Football

Corey Honore was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He later moved to Iowa and attended City High School in Iowa City, where he was a two-time all-state selection in football and advanced to the 400-meter dash state finals in track and field.

Honore enrolled in Lake Forest College in the fall of 1994 and became one of the most accomplished running backs in school history. His 31 career rushing touchdowns were still a program record at the time of his induction and his 2,922 rushing yards ranked second in team annals. He amassed more than 1,500 all-purpose yards during his first two years as a kick returner and backup running back and earned Second Team All-Midwest Conference South Division honors his second season. Honore took over as the team’s primary running back and ran for a team record 1,455 yards and 17 touchdowns as a junior. He reached the end zone in every game that season and surpassed 100 yards on the ground seven times. His most productive game was a 320-yard, six-touchdown performance at Beloit College in the season finale, a 54-40 Forester victory. Honore was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and the MWC North Division Offensive Player of the Year after the season. Honore had six more 100-yard games and ran for a total of 855 yards while earning First Team All-MWC North honors as a senior. In addition to his career rushing total, he added 280 receiving yards and 975 yards on kickoff returns.

Honore graduated from the College with a degree in business in 1998. He then achieved professional ranking in natural body building and became a certified personal trainer. As the owner and operator of his own fitness companies, Honore has helped hundreds of people of varying ages and fitness levels achieve and maintain their health and fitness goals. With a passion for total well-being, he has worked each day toward his mission to make the world a healthier, better place.