Two former B1G stars are headed to the College Football Hall of Fame.

On Monday, the National Football Foundation revealed the list of the Class of 2019 hall of fame inductees. Wisconsin offensive lineman Joe Thomas and Michigan State running back Lorenzo White were the two B1G names included in this year’s class.

Thomas played at Wisconsin from 2003-2006 and recently retired from the NFL after a long career with the Cleveland Browns. He was a three-time All-B1G selection and an All-American in 2016. He was also the first Badger to win the Outland Trophy. He started in 39 career games with Wisconsin.

Thomas had an 11-year NFL career and was a 10-time Pro Bowl selection.

White starred at Michigan State from 1984-1987, leaving the school with nearly every rushing record. He finished his career with 4,887 yards, 43 rushing touchdowns and 23 games of 100 yards or more. He was a two-time All-American.

White played in the NFL for eight seasons, spending seven of those years with the Houston Oilers.

Other members of the 2019 College Football Hall of Fame class include Vince Young (Texas, QB), Raghib “Rocket” Ismail (Notre Dame, WR), Darren McFadden (Arkansas, RB), Jake Plummer (Arizona State, QB), and Troy Polamalu (USC, DB).