Serial rapist Darren Sharper has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for drugging and raping as many as 16 women. He has pled guilty in federal court to three accounts of distributing drugs with intent to rape. Sharper was arrested in 2014 and accused of sexual assault in California, and he was then additionally charged with multiple sexual assaults, in Louisiana, Arizona, and Nevada. The judge denied the original plea agreement, feeling it was too lenient, so this was the deal that the two sides could come to after that. Many people have raised the question since his initial arrest, should he still be allowed into the HOF? Now as someone with a conscience, and morals, I can easily say no. While Peter King did state that in the voting requirements, off the field issues are not to be taken into account for players eligibility, I think something as sinister as this deserves to be noted. Sharper is a 6 time All-Pro, made 5 Pro-Bowls, and won a super bowl with the Saints in 2010. He was one of the most feared safety's in the league, and hit like a train, but I still do not care about what he did on the field when the things he did off cross this many lines. He was not just a criminal of chance or by opportunity, he made calculated decisions and planned out each attack, drugging these women so they would have no recollection of what happened. I hope those 18 years drag by and I hope the Hall passes on him.