Josh McKinney

A captain of the U.S. National 7-a-side Paralympic Team, who retired after 124 caps and 81 goals across 19 years, including appearances at three Paralympics (1996, 2004 and 2012).

McKinney captained the U.S. team 72 times, and the United States won 76 percent of the games in which he scored at least one goal. As a 17-year-old, he led the United States to a best-ever fourth-place finish at the Atlanta Paralympics in 1996 with a team-high five goals. McKinney, who was born with cerebral palsy, played internationally as a midfielder and defender. He captained the team to second place at the 2010 Copa America.

Inducted in 2024.