2014 Legacy Hall of Fame - Inductees

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  1. bravejaf

    bravejaf Walk On

    Jul 13, 2009
    If both coaches can please search their hard drive for pictures, I will add to post. Both players received 9 out of the possible 10 points (1 coach elected not to participate).

    This year inductees brought home individual trophies, but more importantly helped their team achieve victories. Both players won championships in their respective career.

    Name - Dillon Baxter

    Overall rating - 91

    Position - HB

    Career Stats - 881 Atts, 6,182 YDS, 7.0 ypc, 79 TDs, 90 Broken Tackles

    Awards Won -Multi All American, 2014 Maxwell, 2014 Walter Camp, 2014 Walker

    Team Accomplishments - 5 Pac-10 Champ Titles, 3 National Titles, All Time NCAA Career Rushing TD leader (79)

    Coach's Comment - Baxter has been nothing short of unstoppable in his career at USC. He has been known for his break way speed an ability to run through and evade tackles. He has caused nightmares for almost every user he has faced and owns the all time NCAA TD record. He would easily have the yards record as well if he did not suffer multiple injuries and share time with HB Vickers. Baxter has been a HUGE factor for the success of the Trojans over the last 4 years, and a staple of the Offense. One of the best HBs college football has ever seen.

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    Name - Chris Bush

    Overall rating - 99

    Position - DE

    Career Stats - 151 tackles, 48.5 Sacks, 4 FF, 1 FR, 1 INT

    Awards Won -2012 Freshman of the Year, 2012 Nagurski, 2012 Lombardi, 2012 All-American, 2014 All-American

    Team Accomplishments - 2012 National Champions, 2012 ACC Champions, 2013 ACC Champions

    Coach's Comment - Chris was a 3 years started on a talented FSU defense. He started as a true freshman and made an immediate impact. He finished with 20 sacks that year and was a major reason for our success. He forced many hurried throws even when not getting a sack. Chris blew away the FSU sack record which was previously 35 sacks.

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