The National Football Foundation announced on Tuesday the 76 names included on the 2016 College Football Hall of Fame ballot, and the list includes former Huskies defensive back Al Worley.
Worley, who played at UW from 1966-68, set the NCAA single-season record for interceptions -- he picked off 14 passes in 10 games as a senior in 1968 -- and was a consensus All-America selection that year, too.
Several other Pac-12 players dot the ballot. Check it out here. Inductees will be announced on Jan. 8.