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Eric Crouch


Eric Eugene Crouch

Inducted 2020

Date of Birth



Omaha, NE


University of Nebraska (1998-2001)


The 2001 Heisman Trophy winner, Eric Crouch finished his career as only the third quarterback in NCAA history to rush for 3,000 yards and pass for 4,000 yards. He was named a 2001 First-Team All-America selection at quarterback and all-purpose player. Besides the Heisman Trophy, Crouch also won the Walter Camp Player of the Year and Davey O’Brien Award and was named the 2001 Big XII Player of the Year. Crouch finished his collegiate career with 32 school records and remains at the apex of the Nebraska’s charts for rushing yards by a quarterback (3,434), total-offensive touchdowns (88), career rushing touchdowns (59) and single-season rushing touchdowns by a quarterback in 2000. During his career he rushed for 100 yards in 17 games, and his career rushing touchdowns were an NCCA record at the time. Following his Cornhusker career, he was selected as a wide receiver in the third round of the 2002 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. He went on to have professional stints in NFL Europe and the Canadian Football League.


Height 6'0"

Weight 200

Career Highlights

  • 2001 All-Conference
  • 2001 Conference MVP
  • 2001 Davey O'Brien Award
  • 2001 First-Team All-America
  • 2001 Heisman Trophy
  • 2001 Walter Camp Award
  • 1999 All-Conference
  • 1999 Conference MVP
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