Three former Tennessee football players will appear on the 2019 College Football Hall of Fame ballot: Bobby Majors, Al Wilson and Clinton native and former Dragon standout Larry Seivers. Seivers (UT, 1974-1976) was a back-to-back first-team All-American, and the first Vol to top 800 receiving yards in a season. He finished 12th in the Heisman voting in 1976.
Bobby Majors – DB/Return Specialist (1969-71)
Brother of former Tennessee player and head coach Johnny Majors, was All-SEC twice and was named a unanimous first team All-America in 1971.
He holds the UT record for most punts returned, most punt return yards and most punt return touchdowns.
In 1970, Majors had 10 interceptions in a single season, a UT record that still stands today.
Al Wilson – LB (1995-98)
Al Wilson was the only All-American on the 1998 national championship team.
Wilson was drafted by the Denver Broncos and was a five-time Pro Bowler.
Peyton Manning was elected to the Hall of Fame last year.