Willie Buchanon

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Inducted in 1994. Willie Buchanon starred as a receiver at Oceanside High School and Mira Costa College, and then became an outstanding cornerback for San Diego State and the Green Bay Packers and the San Diego Chargers in the NFL. A first round draft pick of the Packers, he was […]

Stan Humphries

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Inducted in 2004, Stan Humphries, a tough and durable gunslinger, led the 1994 San Diego Chargers to a level that no other quarterback had been able to achieve-the Super Bowl. Obtained in a trade for a fourth-round draft pick, Humphries’ value to the team proved priceless, as he took the […]

Ron Mix

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Inducted in 1975. Ron Mix, star offensive lineman at USC, was the top draft pick of the Baltimore Colts in 1960, but opted to play for the Chargers in the fledgling American Football League. An eight time ALL-AFL selection and seven time All-Star, he played in five AFL championship games […]

Marcus Allen

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Football, Inducted 1999 Introduction Lincoln High alum Marcus Allen garnered ‘81 Amateur Star honors by his selection as Heisman Trophy as a USC running back, and came back the following year as Pro star for being named NFL Rookie of the Year while playing for the Los Angeles Raiders. Biography […]

Lance Alworth

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Lance Alworth remains one of the Chargers’ most popular players ever. While playing for the Bolts from 1962 through 1970, he caused many to regard him as one of football’s all-time best pass receivers. In 1978, he became the first player from the defunct American Football League to be enshrined […]

Haven Moses

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Inducted in 1993. Haven Moses was the first San Diego State player named to major All-America teams, a first team choice of The Sporting News and Time magazine in 1967. The Aztecs’ offensive captain and MVP caught 55 passes for 968 yards that year. In two seasons as the prototype […]

Harold “Brick” Muller

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Inducted in 1953. Harold “Brick” Muller, star end at the University of California in 1920-1922, was the first player in the West to make All-American in 1921,1922. Big, fast, rugged and fiery, he was one of seven San Diego High School graduates to play on Cal’s undefeated, untied 1920 “Wonder […]