Dan Marino, Ronnie Lott and Kellen Winslow were among 13 players and two coaches selected for the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
Marino played quarterback with the University of Pittsburgh from 1979-82 before moving on to a record-setting career with the Miami Dolphins.
Lott played safety from 1977-80 at Southern California before becoming a perennial All-Pro choice for 14 years in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles Raiders and New York Jets. Winslow played tight end at Missouri from 1976-78 and then starred for nine years with the San Diego Chargers.
The other players honored were defensive tackle Reggie White of Tennessee, tailback Napoleon McCallum of Navy, wide receiver John Jefferson of Arizona State, offensive guard Reggie McKenzie of Michigan, split end Terry Beasley of Auburn, tailback Sonny Franck of Minnesota, running back Cosmo Iacavazzi of Princeton, defensive back Randy Rhino of Georgia Tech, offensive tackle Jerry Sisemore of Texas and linebacker Gary Spani of Kansas State.
Also honored were coaches Earle Bruce and Carmen Cozza. Bruce had a 154-90-2 record from 1972-92 at Tampa, Iowa State, Ohio State, Northern Iowa and Colorado State. Cozza coached from 1965-96 at Yale and was 179-119-5.
The new members, announced at National Football Foundation headquarters, will be added to the Hall in South Bend, Ind., following the awards dinner, Dec. 10 in New York City.