Former New Orleans Saints running back Fred McAfee will be inducted into the Division II College Football Hall of Fame this December. McAfee, who currently serves as the Saints Director of Player Development, played for the Mississippi College Choctaws from 1987-1990 where he rushed for 4,416 yards and scored 38 touchdowns.

McAfee played 16 seasons in the NFL, book ending his career with the Saints. He was drafted by New Orleans in 91, played in the Crescent City for 3 seasons, then had stops in Arizona, Pittsburgh, and Tampa Bay, before returning to the Saints in 2000  and playing for 7 more years. He was a pro bowler and first team All-Pro in 2002 for his special team efforts.

Fred McAfee is still the only Saint to be a part of three division titles in New Orleans (1991, 2000, 2006).