AAA Minor League Football Hall of Fame

AAA Minor League Football Hall of FameThe AAA Minor League Football Hall of Fame is an organization dedicated to fostering an appreciation for the role that minor-league football and its participants play in providing a necessary and valuable component to American culture.

The Hall of Fame was created to honor those owners, athletes, coaches, athletic administrators and community leaders who have brought fame and honor to the sport around the world.

2013 Hall of Fame Inductee

#92 Rich Fuller (Defensive Lineman)

Rich Fuller Minor League Football Hall of FameRich Fuller began his Semi pro career in 2002 with the Mid-State Steel of the Mid West Football League. He was 1st team All MFL from 2002-05. He was a captain on the 2005 team that won the USFA National Championship with a 16-2 record. He was a All MSFL player from 2006 to 2008. He worked more then triple duty with the team as a Player, Coach, Weight Room Guru, General Manager and the team owner.

He was inducted into the Mid State Steel Hall of Fame in 2010. Rich also played in the 8FL an 8man football league in Illinois from 01-05 were his team won 2 championships and played in 4 championship games in 5 seasons. As a player Rich was a dominate force in the middle demanding and beating constant double teams. Rich finished tops in sacks, and tackles for a loss most of his 8 seasons.