University Park, Centre County, Pa. – Collins and McSorley will be honored at National Football Foundation (NFF) Awards Dinner.
Penn State will have two players honored at the 61st NFF Awards Dinner Tuesday evening. Penn State is the only school to have two honorees at the event.
National award winner and first-team All-America quarterback Kerry Collins will be inducted to the Hall of Fame and All-Big Ten quarterback Trace McSorley will be honored as an NFF Scholar-Athlete and Campbell Trophy finalist.
Collins is the 26th member of the Penn State football family to be elected to the College Hall of Fame. McSorley is the 18th Nittany Lion to be chosen as the NFF Scholar-Athlete.
The event will take place at the New York Hilton Midtown, and will be live streamed on ESPN3, starting at 8:30 p.m.