Inky Johnson, a former University of Tennessee corner-back who lost the use of his right arm after an injury from a game in 2006, is the featured speaker for this event.
He speaks to high school athletes from Okaloosa & Walton counties, Florida about his journey to his faith and remarkable outlook on life since the injury.
Night of Integrity is an annual event sponsored by the All Sports Association, the Sheriff’s Office of Okaloosa County, Northwest Florida State College and the Okaloosa Walton Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
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– Scholastic Male: Steven Azzano (15:22)
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– Professional: Wil Spencer (34:05)
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