Inducted 1951

Don Hutson often is looked at as the first great receiver in NFL history. The Alabama native led the Green Bay Packers in scoring in 1934-35 and again from 1930-45. He led the NFL in scoring six times and finished his career with 99 touchdown receptions, which still rank among the all-time leaders.
Hutson led the NFL in receiving eight times and also kicked and played defensive end. He once scored 29 points in one quarter.
A four-time All Pro player, Hutson was selected to the NFL 50-Year Team and 76th anniversary team. Many consider him the premier receiver of the 20th Century.