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Cade McNown


Cade Brem McNown

Inducted 2020

Date of Birth



Portland, OR


University of California, Los Angeles (1995-1998)


At a school with a lineage of College Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks, Cade McNown finished his UCLA career as the all-time leading passer. He becomes the fourth Bruin quarterback and 13th overall player to enter the Hall of Fame. In 1998, McNown threw for 3,470 passing yards and 3,652 total offensive yards, both single-season records at the time. He remains UCLA’s all-time leader with 10,708 passing yards and 1,250 passing attempts while his 11,285 yards of total offensive and 68 touchdown passes rank second. His junior year he led UCLA to a share of the Pac-10 title and a victory over Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl where he also earned MVP honors. McNown was the 12th overall pick in the NFL Draft, playing four seasons with the Chicago Bears, Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers. He was also inducted into both the UCLA Athletics and Rose Bowl Halls of Fame.


Height 6'1"

Weight 209

Career Highlights

  • 1998 All-Conference
  • 1998 Conference MVP
  • 1998 Consensus All-America
  • 1998 Heisman - Third
  • 1997 Heisman - Eighth
  • 1997 Third-team All-America
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