EDMOND, Okla. (AP) _ A 16-year NFL veteran is one of four athletes elected to the University of Central Oklahoma Hall of Fame.
Defensive lineman Keith Traylor joins former UCO wrestlers Keith Cunningham and Randy Zellner and three-sport letterman Don Metheny as inductees.
Traylor spent two years at UCO before being drafted by Denver in 1991. He's played for the Broncos, Kansas City, Chicago, New England and is now with Miami. He's been a member of three Super Bowl winning teams.
Cunningham is a two-time NCAA Division Two wrestling champion while at UCO and Zellner was a four-time All-American. The two helped UCO to three straight national team titles.
Metheny lettered in baseball, basketball and football in 1949 and '50 with the Bronchos then concentrated on baseball and basketball and was twice an All-Conference basketball selection.
The four will be inducted into the school's Hall of Fame at halftime of the men's basketball game against Cameron on February 17th.