Tennessee Titans' defensive coordinator Jerry Gray will be intducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
The former University of Texas defensive back is part of a class that includes 12 players and two coaches selected by the National Football Foundation.
Gray, a two-time Southwest Conference player of the year in 1983 and ‘84, had 297 career tackles and 16 interceptions.
"[This is] probably one of the highest honors you can get when you play in college football," Gray said in a statement. "You don't dream of ever being one of the elite guys to ever play college football, and I think you have to be on really good football teams for them to recognize you. And to me it's just a great honor to be recognized as one of the top football players to have ever played on the college level."