October 9th, 20150935Defensive Lineman
Millsaps College (Miss.)
Division III’s only three-time, First Team All-America defensive lineman.
Two-time Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
Set the school’s single-season sacks record with 15 in 1992.
Becomes first player ever from Millsaps to enter the...
October 9th, 201501000Linebacker
Named a Unanimous First Team All-American and the Big-8 Defensive Player of the Year in 1993.
Claimed the Butkus Award and recognition as an NFF National Scholar-Athlete in 1993.
Helped lead Nebraska to at least a share of three Big Eight titles and four bowl appearances.
Becomes the 17th Husker...
October 9th, 20150363Head Coach
Youngstown State (1986-2000)
Ohio State (2001-2010)
Holds the distinction as the only coach in history to win national titles in both NCAA FBS and FCS divisions.
Led teams to nine national title game appearances, winning four FCS championships and one BCS championship.
Twice named the Eddie Robinson...
October 2nd, 20150440Quarterback
Claimed the Walter Payton Award in 1992 as the best player in FCS (then Division I-AA).
Named a First Team All-American and Marshall team captain in 1992.
Quarterbacked the Thundering Herd to their first national crown in 1992 and an appearance in the 1991 national title game.
Becomes the fourth...
October 2nd, 20150858Linebacker
Two-time Consensus First Team All-America selection and the only two-time Butkus Award Winner in history.
Played on the same OU national championship team with Hall of Famers Tony Casillas (defensive tackle) and Keith Jackson (tight end).
Received Academic All-America honors in 1986, the same season...
September 25th, 20150454Linebacker
Twice named a First Team All-American, earning unanimous honors in 1995.
Led Texas Tech to three straight bowls and selected as a 1995 Butkus Award Finalist.
Twice named the Consensus Southwest Conference Player of the Year who led the Red Raiders to the 1994 SWC Title.
Becomes the fifth Red...
September 25th, 20150193Split End
Named a 1970 Consensus First Team All-American, who led the Fighting Irish in receiving for three consecutive seasons.
Selected as the first African-American captain at Notre Dame in 1971.
Claimed honors as an NFF National Scholar Athlete in 1971.
Becomes the 45th Notre Dame player inducted into the...
September 25th, 20150227Running Back
Named a Consensus First Team All-American in 1976, finishing third in the Heisman Trophy voting.
Selected team captain and Big Ten MVP his senior season.
Helped lead the Wolverines to two Big Ten championships.
Becomes the 30th Wolverine player inducted.
The late Rob Lytle, one of the workhorse...
September 18th, 20150519Defensive End
Selected as a 1977 Unanimous First Team All-American.
Named the 1977 SEC Defensive Player of the Year and twice selected as a First-Team All SEC player.
Helped Kentucky to a 19-4 record his final two seasons, including the 1976 SEC Championship.
Becomes the fifth Wildcat player to be inducted into...