Former Florida St. corner back Deion Sanders, along with former Ohio St. running back Eddie George were two of 14 new members chosen for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame, on Tuesday. The Associated Press, courtesy of, has the story, below.

Deion Sanders enters from backstage after being named into the 2011 Pro Football Hall of Fame class during an announcement at the Super Bowl XLV media center on February 5, 2011 in Dallas, Texas.

The latest class of College Football Hall of Famers is loaded on the defensive line.

Defensive tackles Marty Lyons of Alabama, Russell Maryland of Miami, Doug English of Texas and Rob Waldrop of Arizona were among the 14 players chosen for induction.

Also headed for the Hall are Deion Sanders, who turned cornerback into a glamour position at Florida State from 1985-88, and former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr, who won 75 percent of his games and the 1997 national championship in 13 seasons leading the Wolverines.