The 2008 College Football Hall Of Famers


Lets take a look at the 2008 enshrinement class for the College Football Hall of Fame. Not that it says anything about their college career, but which ones had successful pro football careers? The following players will be inducted this year.

Jim Ballard – QB – Mount Union (Ohio) – 1991-93
Tom Brahaney – Center – Oklahoma – 1970-72
Dave Brown – Defensive Back – Michigan – 1972-74
Jeff Davis – Linebacker – Clemson – 1978-81
Doug Flutie – QB – Boston College – 1981-84
Johnnie Johnson – Defensive Back – Texas – 1976-79
Rex Kern – QB – Ohio State – 1968-70
Ronald McKinnon – Linebacker – North Alabama – 1992-95
John Randle – Defensive End – Texas A&M-Kingsville – 1988-89
Ahmad Rashad – RB/WR – Oregon – 1969-71
Brad Rowland – HB – McMurry College – 1947-50
Anthony Thompson – RB – Indiana – 1986-89
Wilson Whitley – Defensive Tackle – Houston – 1973-76
Reggie Williams – Linebacker – Dartmouth – 1973-75
Richard Wood – Linebacker – Southern California 1972-75
Chris Zorich – Defensive Tackle – Notre Dame – 1988-90

The most successful NFL‘ers out of that group by far are Ahmad Rashad and Doug Flutie. After that, Chris Zorich, Reggie Williams, and Dave Brown also had long and successful careers. All of these players though made a huge impact on the world of college football.

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