Willis McGahee, Kellen Winslow among Miami sports hall of fame inductees
Former Miami football stars Willis McGahee and Kellen Winslow are among the eight inductees into the Hurricanes' athletic hall of fame.
McGahee was a running back on the loaded 2001 national championship team and dominated the next year, earning first-team All-America honors and setting program records with 1,753 yards and 28 touchdowns. His teammate from the national title team, All-America offensive lineman Joaquin Gonzalez, is another inductee.
Winslow caught 119 passes as a tight end - fifth most in school history - before embarking on a 10-season NFL career that included a stop with the Bucs.
The other inductees, who will be honored before the Oct. 24 home game against Clemson:
Will Allen (men's basketball, 1969-71)
Megan Bradley (women's tennis, 2002-05)
Charlie Hodgson (men's swimming coach, 1973-86)
Tamara James (women's basketball, 2002-06)
Jon Jay (baseball, 2004-06)