Graduation Year: 1989
Induction Class of 2011
Hull started and lettered in football (1984, 1986-88) for the Braves. He was team captain for two years (1987 and 1988) and started every game during his tenure.
In his four years, the Braves had a record of 16-24. Hull earned First Team All-KCAC honors in 1988 and Second Team All-KCAC in 1987, as an offensive lineman. He was a two-time Daktronic Scholar-Athlete and was named to the Associated Press’ Little College All-American Honorable Mention team in 1988. In 1988, he was also selected as Scholar Athlete of the Year by the College Football Hall of Fame and National Football Foundation, an award rarely received by a NAIA football player.
Hull is the older brother of BAHOF inductee Michael L. Hull and the nephew of BAHOF inductee Bob Lawson. Jeff and Michael are the only brothers to be elected to the BAHOF. His father, Richard Hull, was also a four year starter on the Braves football team and a senior on the 1970 KCAC Championship team.
After graduating from Ottawa University, Hull received an MBA from Emporia State University, and embarked on a successful business career. He is Managing Partner of Highlander Partners, L.P. in Dallas, Texas.