Candidates for membership in the Hockey Hall of Fame are nominated by an 18-person selection committee. The committee consists of Hockey Hall of Fame members, hockey personnel and media personalities associated with the game; the membership is representative of "areas throughout the world where hockey is popular",  and includes at least one member who is knowledgeable about international hockey and one member who is knowledgeable about amateur hockey. Committee members are appointed by the Board of Directors to a three-year term. The terms of the committee members are staggered so that each year there are six newly appointed or reappointed members.  As of 2015, the selection committee consists of: chairman John Davidson , James M. Gregory (Chairman Emeritus), and committee members Scotty Bowman , David Branch , Brian Burke , Colin Campbell , Bob Clarke , Eric Duhatschek , Mike Emrick , Michael Farber, Marc de Foy, Mike Gartner , Anders Hedberg , Igor Larionov , Lanny McDonald , David Poile , Luc Robitaille , Peter Stastny and Bill Torrey . 
Marshall William Faulk ... Colts’ first-round pick (second player overall), 1994 … Rushed for 143 yards, scored three touchdowns in rookie debut … Rushed for 1,000 yards in seven of first eight seasons … Second in NFL history to eclipse 1,000-yard mark in both rushing and receiving in same season, set then-record for yards from scrimmage (2,429), 1999 … NFL’s MVP, 2000 … First player in NFL history to gain 2,000 yards from scrimmage four straight seasons (1998-2001) … Born February 26, 1973 in New Orleans, Louisiana.