Prominent players at their position in the 1990's and 2000's plus an underappreciated former team president will be inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame this summer. The Hall of Fame board announced the class of 2013 today. Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila, the team's all time sacks leader, Chris Jacke, the third leading scorer in franchise history and the late, former team president Emil Fisher will join the ranks of Green Bay legends. KGB was a 5th round draft choice out of San Diego State in 2000 and proved to be an unparalelled pass rusher on the edge. He led the team in sacks five times, and recorded at least 10 in four consecutive seasons, finishing his Green Bay career with 74 1/2 sacks, most ever by a Packer. Kabeer made the Pro Bowl in 2003 and finished his career with 132 games played and 78 starts. Jacke was a 6th round pick out of Texas El Paso in 1989 and capably handled the placekicking duties for a decade, including Green Bay's Super Bowl XXXI victory over the New England Patriots. Jacke finished his career with 820 points, trailing only Don Hutson at the time. He eclipsed 100 points three times and connected on a club record 17 field goals from beyond 50 yards and he shares the team record of five field goals in a single game. Jacke was named All Pro after the 1993 season. Emil Fisher was connected to the franchise for over 25 years, first joining the board of directors in 1926. He was elected to the executive committee in 1935 and served as President of the corporation from 1948 to 1952. He then became chairman in 1953 until his death in 1958. Fisher led the franchise through some turbulent times, including the absorbtion of the All American Football Conference into the NFL in 1949 and the highly controversial departure of team founder Curley Lambeau in 1950. The induction ceremony will be held July 20 at the Lambeau Field Atrium. Tickets of $135.00 or tables at $1300.00 can be purchased by calling (920) 965-6984.