While feeling tremendously humbled by the honor of being selected among this year’s College Football Hall of Fame inductees, 1991 Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard never aspired to being recognized as one of football’s all-time greats.

During the Thursday, May 27 announcement of the 2010 HOF class at the NASDAQ marketplace in New York City, Howard informed the NFL Draft Bible that as a team-first player, he was only interested in doing whatever he could to help his team win.

The record-breaking college wide out arrived at Ann Arbor as an All-American high school tailback, but was soon approached by Michigan’s coaching staff that had a position change in mind for the Cleveland native.

“When I got there, coach [Bo] Schembechler, coach Gary Moeller and coach Cam Cameron sat me down, and said, ‘We think you can help us better and more effectively at wide out,” so I made the switch,” he said.

Howard,

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