With the NFL season and college football seasons coming to a close, there’s a look toward the future while still remembering and honoring the players of the past.
On Monday, the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame announced their 2023 College Football Hall of Fame Class which consisted of 18 players and four coaches. With that, five former Miami Dolphins found out that they’d be getting inducted in December.
Here are those who donned the aqua and orange after their collegiate career that’ll be honored in 2023:
RB Reggie Bush
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39 games – 3,169 rushing yards on 7.3 yards per attempt, 25 touchdowns, 95 receptions for 1,301 yards and 13 touchdowns.
31 games – 2,072 rushing yards on 4.7 yards per attempt, 12 touchdowns, 78 receptions, 588 yards and three touchdowns.
RB LaMichael James
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37 games – 5,082 rushing yards on 6.6 yards per attempt, 53 touchdowns, 51 receptions for 586 yards and four touchdowns.
Three games – three carries for nine yards.
OT Bryant McKinnie
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Two-time First-Team All-American and never allowed a sack in his collegiate career.
LB/DL Corey Moore
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Two-time First-Team All-American, 1999 Vince Lombardi Award, 1999 Bronko Nagurski Award
One game – no stats recorded.
DB Troy Vincent
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42 games – 31 pass breakups, 68 punt returns, 11.4 yards per return and three touchdowns.
57 games – 259 tackles, 14 interceptions, three fumbles recovered and one forced fumble.