The inaugural class of the OIL of Fame was inducted in 2016. For its first class, the Hall of Fame allowed each voting member to place votes in every positional category. Going forward, each voting member has a finite number of votes to use on players regardless of position. After months of waiting for the votes to come in, the Class of 2017 is complete.
RB Steven Jackson (2006-2014)
In nine OIL seasons, Steven Jackson scored an average of 225.37 fantasy points en route to a total of 2,028.3 fantasy points. He contributed to a record four OIL championships . . . all within a five-season period.
WR Calvin Johnson (2007-2015)
Nine seasons. Two championships. The highest-scoring WR in OIL history with 2,393.60 fantasy points (265.96 per season). It was never a question of if Megatron made the Hall of Fame, but when.