Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Former UConn LB Dorsey on '15 College Hall of Fame ballot

Former UConn linebacker John Dorsey, currently the general manager of the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, is on the ballot for the 2015 College Football Hall of Fame.

Dorsey, who played at UConn from 1980-83, is UConn's all-time leader with 495 tackles.

Dorsey's 184 tackles as a senior is not only a UConn single-season record but he has three of the top five marks for tackles in a season and he had four of the 12 20-tackle game in program history.

Former Stratford High star Curtis Eller, who like Dorsey is a former two-time Yankee Conference Defensive Player of the Year, is also on the ballot thanks to his four-year run at Villanova. Yale's Dick Jauron and John Zanieski as well as former Southern Connecticut State director of athletics Darryl Rogers are also on the ballot.

Dorsey, Eller, Zanieski, Jauron and Rogers have been on the ballot before and time will tell if they get the chance to add College Football Hall of Famers to their already impressive resumes.


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