Warrick Dunn will be enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame later this year.

That news was announced on Monday afternoon by the National Football Foundation.

Other inductees this year include Frank Solich, Justin Blackmon, Mark Dantonio and Randy Moss, amongst others. He’s the full class of 2024 for the College Football Hall of Fame:

Dunn starred for Florida State from 1993-96. He eclipsed the 1,000-yard threshold in each of his final three seasons with the program. In total, he rushed for 3,959 yards and 37 touchdowns with the Noles. He was also a key part of the passing game as he totaled 1,314 yards and 10 more receiving touchdowns during his FSU career.

Dunn’s career accolades in Tallahassee include being part of the Noles’ 1993 national championship team. He also was named a first-team All-American in 1996 and was a three-time first-team All-ACC selection.

Dunn also enjoyed a long and successful NFL career. He was a 1st round pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1997 and then won offensive rookie of the year later that season. Dunn played in the NFL for 12 season and was named to 3 Pro Bowls.

The induction ceremony is slated for Dec. 10 in Las Vegas.