Former ASU football players and coaches will have the opportunity to be honored this summer, as they have been placed on the hall of fame ballot.
David Fulcher, Jake “The Snake” Plummer, and former head coach Darryl Roberts are all on the ballot to be inducted into the College Hall of Fame.
These three former Sun Devils are on the FBS portion of the ballot along with 75 other players and six coaches.
On the FCS portion of the ballot, there are 98 players and 31 coaches.
All of these former players and coaches, if voted in, will be part of the 2018 College Hall of Fame class.
Each potential Sun Devil hall of famer accomplished a great deal in their respective career.
Plummer was part of the 1996 undefeated Sun Devil team and earned Pac-10 offensive player of the year honors that year. He finished his career as the school’s leader in passing touchdowns with 65 and passing yards with 8,827.
Fulcher never led ASU to an undefeated season, but was a two-time consensus All-American. He was selected to the all-Pac-10 team all three seasons he played for ASU.
Rogers had a record of 37-18-1 with ASU during his five seasons with the school. He led the team to a 1982 Fiesta Bowl win, and also won Big Ten coach of the year in 1977 and national coach of the year in 1978.
The ballot was mailed to more than 12,000 National Football Foundation (NFF) members including current NFF hall of famers.
The 2018 Hall of Fame class will be announced on Jan. 8, 2018 in Atlanta, which is where the College Football Playoff Championship game will be played.