Inducted in 1997.
Inducted in 2005, Doug Wilkerson played 14 years for the Chargers (1971-84), arriving from the Houston Oilers in a trade.
Inducted in 1987. Don Coryell, intense and innovative, was the first head football coach to win more than 100 games in college and the pros.
David Grayson’s philosophy was really pretty simple.
Inducted in 1989. Dan Fouts symbolized the San Diego Chargers’ lightning bolt insignia for 15 seasons.
Inducted in 1967. Cort Majors was one of the University of California’s greatest all-around athletes, winning letters in football, basketball, and track for four consecutive years.
Inducted in 1995. Charlie Powell earned three varsity letters each in football, basketball, baseball, and track & field at San Diego High School.
“Pesky” Sprott was one of seven San Diego High School alumni who played on the University of California’s legenday 1920 “Wonder Team”.
Brian Sipe excelled at every level at which he competed, from Little League baseball to pro football. He played for the El Cajon team that won the 1961 Little League World Series.
Inducted in 1956. Dr. Bill McColl was a big rugged All-American end at Stanford in 1950 and 1951, who also played defensive tackle when needed.
Inducted in 1986. Art Luppino, an elusive halfback, led La Jolla High School to City League championships in 1951 and 1952, then set numerous national records at the University of Arizona.
Ambrose “Amby” Schindler was an elusive, high-stepping ball-carrier for USC’s Trojans in 1936, 1937 and 1939, missing the 1938 season while recovering from knee surgery.
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