2023 Hall of Fame Inductees


Kasey Dunn

A 1992 UI graduate, Dunn was a standout receiver for the Vandals from 1987-91. He was a three-time All-American who ended his career with school records in receptions (268), yards (3,847) and was second in touchdowns (25). At the end of his career, his reception total and receiving yards ranked second all-time in the Football Championship Subdivision, trailing only Jerry Rice.

Dunn, who came to UI from North Kitsap High in Washington, led the nation in both receptions per game (8.0 avg.) and receiving yards per game (105.8 avg.) as a junior in 1990. He ranked No. 3 nationally with 85 catches as a senior. The Vandals claimed three Big Sky Conference titles during his playing career and went 24-12 overall.
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Rick DeMulling

DeMulling came to Idaho from Cheney High where he was a three-sport standout in football, basketball and baseball. He made his presence felt immediately at Idaho and earned four All-Big West honors during his playing days (1997-2000). The four-year starter was a three-time All-Big West first-team selection and he was a part of the 1998 Vandal squad that won the league title and then defeated Southern Mississippi in the Humanitarian Bowl, which was Idaho’s first bowl victory at the D1 level.
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Barrie Steele

Steele graduated from Washington State University in 1979 and worked there as an assistant trainer until accepting the UI position. He also earned a master’s degree from UI.

In addition to overseeing all aspects of UI’s athletic training room and the strength and conditioning and equipment room staffs, Steele served the athletic training profession in many capacities, including on the National Athletic Trainers' Association Board of Directors, NATA BOD liaison to JRC-AT/CAATE, president of the Northwest Athletic Trainers' Association, and liaison to the Idaho Board of Medicine; State Board of Athletic Trainers.
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Sky Pruitt

Pruitt was a standout athlete at Lakeland High where he lettered four years in football and wrestling, and also one year in track and field.

In football Pruitt was a two-time all-state selection on offense and a first-team all-state selection on defense his senior year. Playing both on the offensive and defensive lines, Pruitt made 66 tackles during his senior year and also had seven sacks and a fumble recovery.
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