This year's Crimson Club Hall of Fame class is a bumper crop, including 15-year NBA veteran Andre Miller, 27-year women's basketball coach Elaine Elliott and all-time receptions leader Kevin Dyson.
Also enshrined at the 2014 ceremony on Sept. 5 at Rice-Eccles Stadium will be all-time women's soccer goal leader Amy Kofoed, all-time volleyball kills and blocks leader Kim Turner, five-time All-American gymnast Sandy Woolsey and the 1964 Liberty Bowl-winning Utah football team.
Miller, now with the Washington Wizards, ranks No. 9 in the NBA in career assists. In 2008, Miller endowed a $500,000 point guard scholarship at the U., where he led the Runnin' Utes to the 1998 title game against Kentucky. He's the U.'s all-time leader in assists (721) and (steals) and played in the NCAA tournament for four straight seasons.