Kellen Winslow is credited with re-defining what it means to be a tight end. He was big, fast and could catch the ball. As a result, the former Missouri Tiger was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday. As a Tiger, he caught 71 passes for 1,089 yards and ten touchdowns. In 1978 he was named a consensus All-American. Winslow went on to play nine seasons with the San Diego Chargers and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Former Kansas City Chief Gary Spani was inducted yesterday, as well. Spani played his college games at Kansas St. where he still holds the record for tackles and assists.