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Former New York Giants On The College Football Hall Of Fame Ballot

Which former Giants might get college football Hall of Fame honors?

1990 NFC Championship:  New York Giants v San Francisco 49ers Photo by George Rose/Getty Images

It’s always good to see former New York Giants getting recognition. Of course, the brightest lights are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but potentially being inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame is certainly an honor as well.

The 2018 ballot for the College Football HOF has been released and it features several former Giants, so let’s take a walk down memory lane and see who might get in.

Mark Bavaro, TE, Notre Dame (Giant from 1985-1990)

One of only two Notre Dame tight ends all-time to be named a First Team All-American by the AP (1984)…Led Irish in both receptions (32) and receiving yards (395) as a senior…Still ranks in the top 10 among Notre Dame tight ends with 55 receptions and 771 receiving yards in his career.

Kerry Collins, QB, Penn State (Giant from 1999 - 2003)

1994 consensus First Team All-American and winner of the Maxwell and Davey O’Brien awards…Led the nation in passing efficiency (172.9) as a senior and named 1994 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year…Led Lions to 12-0 record, a Big Ten title and No. 2 final ranking in 1994.

Ed McCaffrey, WR, Stanford (Giant from 1991 - 1993)

1990 First Team All-American and two-time Stanford MVP…1990 First Team All-Pac-10 receiver who led the Cardinal in receiving yards three-of-four years…Ranks in the top 10 all-time at Stanford with 146 career receptions and 2,333 career receiving yards.

Jumbo Elliott, OT, Michigan (Giant from 1988 - 1995)

Two-time First Team All-American (consensus-’87)… Two-time All-Big Ten First Team selection and member of 1986 Big Ten Co-Champions…Paved the way for Jamie Morris, who had three-straight 1,000-yard seasons.

Click Here for the link to the full ballot. Did we miss any Giants? Who do you think will get Hall of Fame honors?