CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS)-- The Virginia Hall of Fame released this year's inductees, including multiple UVA legends. 

Among the list is UVA standout quarterback Shawn Moore. During his time under center Moore was named the ACC Player of the year in 1990. He still holds the record with 83 touchdowns for the school and is 3rd on UVA's all time career total offense with 7,897 yards.

Fellow UVA alum Ryan Zimmerman also got called up for this year's hall of fame class. The first baseman was a 2005 All American at UVA where he is tied third in program history for single season hits. After UVA Zimmerman was drafted 4th overall to the Washington Nationals where he won a world series title. His jersey, number 11, is has been retired at UVA and at the Washington Nationals.

Last but not least, Louisa County native Sheila Trice-Myers. The track and field star ran at Louisa County High School before going to CNU where she received 32 All American honors and well as won 15 national championship titles. Trice-Myers still holds the CNU record in the 55 yard dash.