Colts legend Marvin Harrison has already been inducted into the NFL’s Hall of Fame, and he may be joining the college Hall of Fame as well.
Harrison went on to gain 14,580 receiving yards over 13 years in Indianapolis with 128 touchdowns.
Harrison made eight Pro Bowls and three All-Pro teams during his Hall of Fame career with the Colts, and he picked up a Super Bowl ring during an incredible 2006 campaign.
Before Harrison became a star in Indianapolis, he was a standout receiver in college for the Syracuse Orangemen.
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Harrison didn’t play much as a freshman at Syracuse in 1992, but he still went on to rack up 2,728 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns during his college career.
Harrison and Donovan McNabb formed one of the nation’s best quarterback-wide receiver duos in 1995.
Harrison was a senior when McNabb burst on to the scene as a freshman, and their connection was magical as Harrison gained 1,131 receiving yards at 20.2 yards per reception with 8 touchdowns that year. The Harrison-McNabb connection led Syracuse to a 9-3 record with a Gator Bowl victory to cap off the season.
Harrison is one of 76 finalists that will be on the ballot for the National Football Foundation’s College Hall of Fame.
The 2019 class will be announced at the National Football Foundation’s Annual Awards Dinner on December 10, 2019.
Until then, Marvin Harrison can wear his gold jacket and polish his NFL Hall of Fame bust while he waits on another award for his decorated career.