Fred McAfee

Fred Mcfee Saints

  • Nicknamed Fast Freddie, McAfee, from Philadelphia, led Mississippi College to a Division II national championship as a speedy running back.
  • At Mississippi College McAfree ran for 4,416 yards and 38 touchdowns, helping the Choctaws to 37 victories over four seasons.
  • His senior season he ran for 1,583 yards and 17 touchdowns, both still school records.
  • In Philadelphia, he was a two-time state champion pole-vaulter.
  • He was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the 1991 NFL Draft.
  • His NFL career spanned 16 seasons during which he was known as one of the league’s most valuable special teams player.
  • He was the first player in Saints franchise history to play on three division title winners.
  • As the Saints Rookie of the Year in 1991, he carried the ball a career-high 109 times for 494 yards.
  • He made All-Pro in 2002 and played in the 2002 Pro Bowl.
  • He played in the 1995 Super Bowl as part of the AFC Champion Pittsburgh Steelers.