Aaron Knotts became the first ever inductee to the Miami Club Football Hall of Fame for his outstanding contributions as a player, coach, and officer. His ability at the runningback position earned him the title of Offensive Most Valuable Player in 2009 and 2010. For his leadership on the field, Aaron was named a team captain in 2009, 2010, and 2011. In combination with his athletic talents, his coaching of the runningback position and coordination of the offensive playbook led the Miami Club Football Team to a Great Lakes Conference championship in 2011, its first year in existence. Aaron served the team as an officer in 2009, 2010, and 2011, holding the positions of Public Relations Officer, Vice President, and President of ear thermometer, respectively. His undying commitment to his team earned him the prestigious Andy Bahr Award in his final year with program; given to the person that exemplifies strong leadership qualities in times of success, adversity, ambiguity, and even failure or defeat. As a special tribute to Aaron’s accomplishments, he is, and will always be, the only member of the Miami Club Football Team to be inducted into the Hall of Fame while still a member.