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Hall of Fame

2018 Hall of Fame Class

DT Darnell Dockett, Orlando Rockets
also played for: Phoenix Scorpions
122 Sacks (1st)
2010 Defensive Player of the Year

WR Austin Collie, Atlanta Firebirds
-also played for: Las Vegas Bandits
-retired 2nd all-time in receptions (668)
-7,075 Rec Yards (8th), 31 Rec TDs

CB Clevan Thomas, New York Marauders
also played for: Philadelphia Bulldogs, New Orleans Nightmare
56 INTs (4th), 5 TDs (5th)
2005 & 2006 DPOY

TE Tony Scheffler, Michigan Stags
-497 Rec (10th/1st TE), 6,999 Rec Yards (9th/1st TE), 61 Rec TDs (3rd/1st TE)

HB Chester Taylor, Baltimore Glory
-also played for: Toronto Kodiaks, Colorado Scramblers
-7,827 Rush Yards (5th), 54 Rush TDs (5th)
-46 Rec, 377 Rec Yards, 2 Rec TDs
-2007 MVP – 2013 Comeback Player of the Year

2017 Hall of Fame Class

DE Simeon Rice, Texas Marshalls
– retired tied for 5th all-time in sacks (91)

S Kevin Kaesviharn, Chicago Crusaders
– retired 4th all-time in interceptions (55)

HB Michael Turner, Columbus Explorers*
– also played for Seattle Orcas and Atlanta Firebirds
– 2009 MVP
– retired 1st all-time in rushing yards (12,951)
– retire 1st all-time in rushing scores (88)

HC Wally Buono, New York Marauders
– retired 6th all-time in wins (73)

2016 Hall of Fame Class

QB Tee Martin, Memphis Knights
– 2004 Comeback POY
– guided Knights to SFL Grand Finale VII title
– currently 15th all-time in passing yards (21,225)
– currently 13th all-time in passing scores (145)

WR Geroy Simon, Colorado Scramblers
– retired 2nd all-time in receptions (642)
– retired 4th all-time in receiving yards (8,641)
– retired 7th all-time in receiving scores (49)

MLB Kirk Morrison, Chicago Crusaders
– 2012 SFL Defensive POY
– 2006 SFL Defensive ROY
– All-SFL X4
– 13 career sacks, seven career INTs

HB Adrian N. Peterson, San Francisco Stallions
– 2004 Trey Harrington Memorial Award Winner
– retired 4th all-time in rushing yards (8113)
– retired 3rd all-time in rushing scores (62)

2015 Hall of Fame Class

CB Kenny “The Glove” McEntyre, San Antonio Marshalls
– retired 3rd all-time in interceptions (58)
– 2004 Defensive POY

GM/Owner Carlton Jefcoat, San Antonio Marshalls (2000-Present)
– last remaining owner from the SFL originals
– guided the Marshalls to SFL Grand Finale III championship
– guided Marshalls to three conference titles

QB Mark Grieb, Chicago Crusaders
– retired 6th all-time in passing yards (33,773)
– retired 6th all-time in passing scores (216)

G Steve Hutchinson, Michigan Stags
– only two time winner of the Offensive Lineman of the Year Award

2014 Hall of Fame Class

DE Bobby McCray, New York Marauders (2005-2010)
– Also played for San Antonio Marshalls (2011-2013)
– 102 career sacks (retired 3rd overall)
– 3rd player to eclipse 100 career sacks
– 2009 Defensive Player of the Year
– 2009 Defensive Breakthrough Player of the Year
– Voted All-SFL in 2012
– SFL record for sacks in a 16-game season (22)

HB Clinton Portis, Houston Wranglers (2003-2008)
– Also played for Nashville Renegades (09), Philadelphia Bulldogs (11), Dallas Six-Shooters (12) and Miami Sharks (13)
– 11,120 career rushing yards (retired 1st overall)
– 65 career rushing scores (retired 2nd overall)
– first SFL back to eclipse 10,000 career rushing yards
– 2003 Offensive Rookie of the Year
– 2011 Comeback Player of the Year

QB Anthony Calvillo, Kansas City Monarchs (2004-2008)
– Also played for Seattle Orcas (00, 01), Atlanta Fangs (02), Portland Pioneers (03), Columbus Explorers(2009-2012) and New York Marauders (13)
– 39,396 career passing yards (retired 4th overall)
– 210 career passing scores (retired 7th overall)
– 1 of 3 quarterbacks to win multiple Grand Finales
– 2006 Trey Harrington Memorial Award winner

WR Antonio Bryant, Pittsburgh Forge (2003-2014)
– Also played for Houston Wranglers (07, 08), Philadelphia Bulldogs (2009-2011) and Chicago Crusaders (2012-2014)
– 861 career receptions (retired 1st overall)
– 13,069 career receiving yards (retired 1st overall)
– 79 career receiving scores (retired 1st overall)
– Voted All-SFL in 2012

2013 Hall of Fame Class

No Inductees

2012 Hall of Fame Class

WR Milt Stegall, Carolina Generals (2002-2006)
– Also played for Chicago Crusaders (2007-2010)
– 627 career receptions (2nd all-time)
– 10,095 yards career receiving yards (2nd all-time)
– 61 career touchdowns(3rd all-time)

CB Cory Ivy, Chicago Crusaders (2008-2012)
– Also played for LV Bandits (02,03), CAR/JAX Generals(04-07)
– 60 career interceptions (2nd all-time)
– 855 career INT return yards for 2 scores

QB Tim Rattay, San Antonio Marshalls (2001-2004, 2009-2011)
– Also played for DAL Six-Shooters(2005-2008) and NAS Renegades(2012)
– 48,975 career passing yards(1st overall)
– 317 career passing scores(1st overall)
– 1 of 3 quarterbacks to win multiple Grand Finales
– Only quarterback to play in 3 SFL Grand Finales
– Played in 6 Conference Championships
– SFL record holder for pass yards in a 16 game season (5,206)
– 2001 Offensive Rookie of the Year

DE Carlos Hall, Dallas Six-Shooters (2003-2009)
– Also played for MIN Freeze (10, 11)
– 119 career sacks (1st all-time)

2011 Hall of Fame Class

WR Demetrius Allen, SAC/LV Bandits (2001-2005)
– 420 career receptions
– 7139 career receiving yards(6th all-time)
– 45 career receiving TDs(8th all-time)
– SFL record for receiving yards in a season (2,195)
– SFL record for receiving scores in a season (21)

QB Jason Mass, Philadelphia Bulldogs (2005-2007)
– Also played for LA Stars(02, 03), DAL Six-Shooters(04), BIR Predators(08), NAS Renegades(09), and MIC Stags(10, 11)
– 25,087 career yards passing(8th all-time)
– 178 career passing TDs(9th all-time)
– 1061 career rushing yards, 3 career rushing TDs

TE Cam Quayle, Seattle Orcas (2000-2010)
– 436 career receptions(10th all-time)
– 5811 career receiving yards
– 41 career receiving TDs
– All-time career leader in all receiving categories among tight ends

HB Priest Holmes, Memphis Knights (2001-2004)
– 4959 career rushing yards(11th all-time)
– 29 career rushing TDs(14th all-time)

Commissioner/GM Scott Smith
– Spring Football League Founder and Commissioner(2000-2003)
– Oklahoma Roughnecks GM(2004)
– Chicago Crusaders GM(2012)
– Miami Sharks GM/Owner (2013)

2010 Hall of Fame Class

QB Clint Dolezel, Colorado Scramblers (2000-2006)
– Also played for Minnesota Freeze (07,08) and Chicago Crusaders (09, 10)
– Completed 2684 out of 4329 passes (62%) for 34,630 yards, 230 TDs, 137 INTs
– 513 career rushing yards, 1 TD
– 2nd all-time in passing yards, 3rd all-time in passing scores as of 2010
– 1X SFL MVP(2000), 1X SFL OPOY(2000), 1X SFL Comeback POY (2005)
– SFL record for passing yards in a season (5,233)

HB Charles Roberts, Michigan Stags (2004-2007)
– Also played for Los Angeles Stars (02, 03), Louisville Cougars(08) and Philadelphia Bulldogs(09)
– 1357 carries for 6,106 yards (4.5 YPC) and 50 TDs
– 8th all-time in rushing yards, 3rd(tied w/Barry Sanders) all-time in rushing scores as of 2010

QB Dave Dickenson, Seattle Orcas (2000-2007)
– Also played for Philadelphia Bulldogs (08)
– Completed 2521 out of 4013 passes (62.8%) for 33,277 yards, 247 TDs, 115 INTs
– 1128 career rushing yards, 5 TDs
– 3rd all-time in passing yards, 2nd all-time in passing scores as of 2010
– 1X SFL MVP(2005), 1X SFL OPOY(2005),

CB Antonio Banks, San Francisco Stallions
– Also played for Honolulu Volcanoes (00, 01)
– 3X SFL DPOY(2000, 2001, 2002)

2009 Hall of Fame Class

No Inductees

2008 Hall of Fame Class

HB Errict Rhett, Dallas Six-Shooters (2000, 2001)
– Also played for Tampa Bay Barracudas(02) and Orlando Rockets(03)
– 948 carries for 4,421 yards(4.6 YPC) and 29 TDs
– 13th all-time in rushing yards, 13th all-time in rushing scores (tied w/2) as of 2010

OL Mo Elewonibi, Memphis Knights (2000-2004)

HC Jack Pardee, Dallas Six-Shooters (2000-2002)
– Also coached Chicago Crusaders (03, 04)
– 1X SFL Grand Finale Champion(2000), 2X SFL Western Conference Champion (2000, 2001)

WR Joey Galloway, Columbus Explorers
– Also played for Dallas Six-Shooters

HB Devin West, Los Angeles Stars (2000-2004)
– 1363 carries for 6,295 yards(4.6 YPC) and 36 TDs
– 6th all-time in rushing yards, 8th all-time in rushing scores as of 2010
– 1X SFL Co-ROY(2000)
– SFL record for rushes in a season (424)

2007 Hall of Fame Class

QB Dameyune Craig, Birmingham Predators (2000-2001)
– Also played with New Orleans Hurricanes(02, 03) and San Diego Diablos(04-06)
– Completed 1687 of 2726 passes(61.8%) for 23,907 yards, 181 TDs, 96 INTs
– 1838 career rushing yards and 4 TDs
– 9th all-time in passing yards, 7th all-time in passing scores as of 2010
– 1X SFL MVP(2002), 1X SFL OPOY(2002)

QB Mark Rypien, Dallas Six-Shooters (2000-2001, 2003)
– Completed 679 out of 1144 passes(59.3%) for 9775 yards, 82 TDs, 48 INTs
– 83 career rushing yards
– 30th all-time in career passing yards, 21st all-time in career passing scores as of 2010
– 1 of 2 QBs to ever win a Super Bowl and SFL Grand Finale
– 1X Trey Harrington Memorial Award Winner(2000)

HB Barry Sanders, Michigan Stags (2000-2002)
– 1117 carries for 6,746 yards and 50 TDs
– 3rd all-time in career rushing yards, 3rd all-time (tied w/Charles Roberts) in career rushing scores
– 1X SFL MVP(2001), 1X SFL OPOY(2001)
– SFL record for rushing yards in a season (2,605)

QB Jeff Hostetler, Philadelphia Bulldogs (2000-2001)
– Completed 517 out of 913 passes(56.6%) for 6483 yards, 46 TDs, 32 INTs
– 44th all-time in career passing scores as of 2010
– 1 of 2 QBs to ever win a Super Bowl and SFL Grand Finale

Owner/GM Eric Hatton Columbus Explorers (2000-2011)
– 1X SFL Grand Champion(2009), 2X SFL Eastern Conference Champion(2009, 2010)
– 1X SFL Executive of the Year(2009)