Former Longhorn football standouts Roy Williams and Quentin Jammer are two of the eight who will be inducted into the University of Texas Men's Hall of Honor, Texas announced Thursday.
T.J. Ford, who led Texas to the Final Four in 2004, and Brian Cisarik, the school's single-season batting average record holder, will also be inducted. There will be four vintage inductees -- assistant athletics director for operations administration Larry Falk, former Longhorns baseball player Lou Bagwell and former Texas football players Rene Ramirez and Julius Whittier, the first African-American letterwinner in school history.
Williams holds multiple school records, including career receiving yards (3,866), career touchdown receptions (36), 100-yard receiving games (16) and consecutive games with a reception (47).
A unanimous All-American as a senior in 2001, Jammer set school records for career pass breakups (57) and single-season pass breakups (24, 2001). Jammer, current Texas defensive back Quandre Diggs' older brother, has spent 12 seasons in the NFL since being selected by the San Diego Chargers with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2002 NFL Draft.
Ford, one of only three Texas basketball players to have his jersey retired, became the first freshman to lead the country in assists as a freshman when he averaged 8.3 assists per game in 2003. The following year, Ford won the Naismith and Wooden Awards while leading the Longhorns to their first Final Four since 1947.
The inductees will officially be welcomed into the Hall of Honor at a banquet in Austin on Nov. 1 and will be honored during Texas' home game against Kansas Nov. 2.