Dave Dickenson part of star studded college football HOF class

Charles Woodson on the red carpet of the NFL honors night at the Wortham Theater Center on Saturday Feb. 4 2017 in Houston

Dave Dickenson part of star studded college football HOF class

Beamer will be joined in the class by former North Carolina and Texas coach Mack Brown and former MI standout Charles Woodson, who won the Heisman Trophy.

Beamer led Virginia Tech for almost three decades, winning 280 games in his coaching career, which ranks sixth in FBS history.

The rest of the 2018 Hall of Fame class will be revealed Monday morning by the National Football Foundation.

The rest of the class will be unveiled tomorrow during the College Football Playoff national championship, with an induction ceremony planned for December 4 in NY. "Each of these men has established himself among the absolute best to have ever played or coached the game, and we look forward to immortalizing their incredible accomplishments".

Beamer was 238-121-1 at Tech, winning three Big East Conference and four ACC championships. His 280 victories rank sixth in FBS history.

The 2018 College Football Hall of Fame class will be officially inducted at the 61st National Football Foundation annual awards dinner on December 4 in NY.

After a dominant career at the University of MI that saw him become the first primarily defensive player to win the Heisman Trophy, Woodson was selected fourth overall in the 1998 NFL Draft by the Oakland Raiders. The Biletnikoff Award victor as the top receiver in 2006, Johnson still holds school records for receiving yards, touchdown receptions and total 100-yard games.

Next came his impressive run in Chapel Hill, where he coached the Tar Heels to 69 wins-the second most in program history-from 1988-97.

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