Discover which Michigan stars have made the biggest impact in Pro Football
The Big 10 power is a leader in Pro Football Hall of Fame Members
Few colleges can match the presence that "Big Blue" has in Canton and the school has also made quite an impact on the Super Bowl.
Michigan Wolverines in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
With eight "Big Blue" members enshrined in Canton, the University of Michigan ranks 3rd overall with the most representatives in the hallowed hall. Only Notre Dame and USC have more.
Inducted in 1996 after a lengthy career with the St. Louis Rams. Was a 3-time First Team All-Pro.
Inducted in 1976 after an 11-year career (1948-58). Starred as a defensive end and end and was a 4-time First Team All-Pro.
Inducted in 1971. Played 9 NFL seasons and was a 4-time First Team NFL All-Pro. Began pro career in 1932 and retired in 1943
Elroy “Crazylegs” Hirsch:
Inducted in 1968 after 12 pro seasons (1946- 57). Was a two-time First-Team All-Pro.
Inducted in 1999 after a 13-year career with the Los Angeles Rams. Played guard and was a one-time First-Team All-Pro. Made 11 Pro Bowls.
Ralph Wilson Jr.
One of original founders of American Football League and longtime owner of the Buffalo Bills.
Inducted in 2005 after playing for 8 pro seasons form (1927-34)
In 12 seasons with the Los Angeles Rams from 1966 through 1970 and the Washington Redskins from 1971 through 1977, George Allen compiled a 116-47-5 regular season record as a head coach.
Finished the 2011 season ranked 5th all-time with 300 passing TD’s. Brady is a 3-time Super Bowl champion and has won the game’ s MVP award twice. Began his career in 2000 as a 6th round draft choice.
Through 14 NFL seasons (1998-2011), Woodson has been a 3-time First Team All-Pro and has earned 8 Pro Bowls. Was the 2009 AP NFL Defensive Player of the year.
Since being drafted by Seattle in 2001, the offensive guard has been a perennial Pro Bowl and All-Pro selection. Hutchinson was a member of the NFL 2000s All- Decade Team.