Saturday night was a special one for former Michigan and NFL star Ty Law. The longtime cornerback was finally inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a member of the 2019 class.

Law took the podium during the Hall of Fame Enshrinement on Saturday to address the crowd. He had plenty of people to thank for this tremendous accomplishment, but got emotional while talking about his mother and uncle, Tony Dorsett, who is also in the Hall of Fame.

Here are the clips from Law’s induction speech in which he thanks his mother and Dorsett:

That’s powerful stuff from Law. His mother and Dorsett certainly seemed to appreciate the recognition, too.

Law finished his career in the NFL as a three-time Super Bowl champion and a five-time Pro Bowl selection. He registered 838 tackles, 53 interceptions and seven touchdowns in a 15-year career in the league.

Starting his career in New England, Law played from 1995-2004 with the Patriots before joining the New York Jets in 2005. He also played for the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos.

Law was a first-round selection in the 1995 NFL Draft out of Michigan.