Inducted in 1995.
Inducted in 2001.
Inducted in 1984. John Hadl, a smart, tough and durable quarterback, ranked fourth in the all time NFL passing standings when he retired in 1983.
Inducted in 1984. John Butler was a Little All-America guard at San Diego State University in 1935, and the first Aztec football player to receive national recognition.
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.
Inducted in 1994 (Football), Hobbs Adams was a football, baseball, basketball and track star at San Diego High (Class of 1922), he then went to
Inducted in 1959. Irvine “Cotton” Warburton was a consensus All-American quarterback at the University of Southern California and later an Oscar winning film editor at Walt Disney Studios.
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.
Inducted in 1978. George Brown was an All-American guard at the U.S. Naval Academy in 1943. After Navy service in World War II, he enrolled at San Diego State.
Inducted in 2007, Gary Johnson played 10 years for the Chargers (1975-84) during this period the team won three straight AFC West titles in 1979-81 and advanced to the playoffs a fourth straight
Inducted in 1988.
Inducted in 1998.
Inducted in 2005, Ernie “”Giant Cat” Ladd played for the Chargers from 1961-65 as one of the most feared defensive linemen in the game at 6-foot-9, 300 pounds.
Inducted in 1991.
Washington State in 1935 and 1936.
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