Former Sandusky High School and Ohio State offensive lineman Orlando Pace was elected to the College Football Hall Of Fame on Tuesday.
Pace, a highly decorated lineman with the Buckeyes, finished fourth in the 1996 Heisman voting.
He started every game in played in at Ohio State, 38, before skipping his season to enter the NFL Draft. Pace was later selected first overall in the 1997 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams.
He will join former Browns quarterback Vinny Testaverde, who was elected on Monday.
Also elected were Danny Wuerffel of Florida, Ron Dayne of Wisconsin, Tommie Frazier of Nebraska, Ted Brown of North Carolina State, Tedy Bruschi of Arizona, Jerry Gray of Texas, Steve Meilinger of Kentucky, Rod Shoate of Oklahoma, Percy Snow of Michigan State, and Don Trull of Baylor.
Two coaches were also elected, Wayne Hardin of Navy and Temple and Bill McCartney of Colorado.
Copyright 2013 WOIO. All rights reserved.