Glenn Dorsey will be honored on Saturday during the Texas A&M as he adds another honor to he celebrated LSU career.

Dorsey is set to go in the College Football Hall of Fame, and the NFF On-Campus Salute will take place during the first quarter. Dorsey will be presented with a Hall of Fame plaque during the salute. Dorsey will be among the 2020 and 2021 College Football Hall of Fame Classes officially inducted during the 63rd NFF Annual Awards Dinner Presented by Las Vegas Dec. 7 at the ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas.

A dominating force on the LSU defensive line who helped the Tigers win the 2007 BCS national championship, Dorsey last year was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.

LSU shared Dorsey’s career accomplishments to promote the honor:

A two-time First Team All-American, Dorsey earned unanimous honors in 2007 after leading LSU to a win over Ohio State in the BCS National Championship Game. During his stellar senior campaign, he won the Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi and Lott IMPACT trophies, becoming the first player in Tigers history to receive any of those awards.

A team captain in 2007, Dorsey guided LSU to the conference title while earning SEC Defensive Player of the Year honors and being named a finalist for the Bednarik Award. The two-time First Team All-SEC selection was the leader of one of the most successful four-year periods in LSU history, helping the Tigers to a 43-9 overall record during his career.