Huskers in the College Football Hall of Fame
The University of Nebraska is well represented at the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
Nebraska's total reached 24 in 2018, as Aaron Taylor became the 18th former Husker player inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
Three former Huskers were inducted as charter members of the College Football Hall of Fame in 1951, including two-time All-America tackle Ed Weir, Coach Fielding Yost and Coach Dana X. Bible.
Mike Rozier, the 1983 Heisman Trophy winner, joined the College Football Hall of Fame in 2006. Tom Osborne was the most recent NU coach enshrined, earning a spot immediately following his illustrious coaching career in 1998.
- Ed Weir - Tackle (1923-25) - Inducted in 1951
- George Sauer - Fullback (1931-33) - Inducted in 1954
- Guy Chamberlin - End (1913-15) - Inducted in 1962
- Clarence Swanson - End (1918-21) - Inducted in 1973
- Sam Francis - Fullback (1934-36) - Inducted in 1977
- Bobby Reynolds - Halfback (1950-52) - Inducted in 1984
- Forrest Behm - Tackle (1938-40) - Inducted in 1988
- Wayne Meylan - Middle Guard (1965-67) - Inducted in 1991
- Bob Brown - Guard (1962-63) - Inducted in 1993
- Rich Glover - Middle Guard (1970-72) - Inducted in 1995
- Dave Rimington - Center (1979-82) - Inducted in 1997
- Johnny Rodgers - Wingback (1970-72) - Inducted in 2000
- Mike Rozier - I-Back (1981-83) - Inducted in 2006
- Grant Wistrom - Rush End (1994-97) - Inducted in 2009
- Will Shields - Guard (1989-92) - Inducted in 2011
- Tommie Frazier - Quarterback (1992-93) - Inducted in 2013
- Trev Alberts - Linebacker (1990-93) - Inducted in 2015
- Aaron Taylor - Offensive Guard/Center (1994-97) - Inducted in 2018