Former West Virginia kicker and Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee is one of the 129 modern-era nominees announced for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s class of 2023.

At West Virginia, McAfee played from 2005-2008, making 210 of 212 extra points, while making 73.4% of his field goals, and averaging 43.7 yards per punt.

With the Colts, McAfee spent eight seasons in Indianapolis, having a touchback percentage of 53.1%, while averaging 46.4 yards per punt.

On his daily show, The Pat McAfee Show, McAfee said, “this is wild to be on this graphic,” when he first saw the list. “This is cool to even be acknowledged,” McAfee said.

Nineteen finalists will be presented to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee, who will then choose who is inducted into the Hall of Fame.