Four New York Giants on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot

The New York Giants are one of the most storied franchises in the history of the National Football League, with many players having enjoyed Hall of Fame careers during their time with the organization.

They also had many players who were extremely talented at the college level. The College Football Hall of Fame recently announced its list of inductees for the class of 2025, and the list includes four former Giants.

The most famous is Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan. Strahan started over 200 games for the New York Giants and finished his 15-year professional career with over 850 tackles and over 140 sacks.

At Texas Southern, Strahan set the school's all-time sack record with nearly 42 sacks. He also finished his college career with the football program's single-season sack record with 19 sacks in his final collegiate season.

Strahan's successful college career led to his induction into the Black College Football Hall of Fame in 2014. He was recently named to the Senior Bowl's 75th Anniversary Team.

Here's a look at the other three players with ties to the Giants who are being considered for the College Football Hall of Fame:

Punter Sean Landeta, who came to the Giants from the Baltimore Stars of the USFL, spent the 1985-1993 seasons with the Giants. During that time, he was part of two Super Bowl championships, XXL and XXV. He was also named first-team All-Pro three times (1986, 1989 and 1990) and a Pro Bowler twice.

At Towson University, Landeta was the nation's leading punterer (NCAA Division II) in 1980 and was selected to the First-Team All-American (NCAA Division II) in 1982.

He made a 72-yard punt in 1981, a new school record, and made a record 57-yard field goal in 1980, making him the only player in NCAA history to have the most punts and field goals in the nation in the same season (1980).

Running back Keith Eliasan undrafted free agent who came to England from Princeton in 1994 and signed with the Giants, spent three seasons with the Giants before finishing his NFL career with the Colts from 1998 to 1989.

Elias holds the Ivy League record in several categories, and his combative style of play on offense and special teams helped him rise to the Giants' roster in 1994 despite all the adversity.

Quarterback Alex Tanney was with the Giants for the final three years of his playing career (2018-2020) before retiring to pursue a career as an NFL assistant coach.

Tanney, who played college basketball at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Illinois, was a record-setting gunslinger, throwing 157 touchdown passes and the second-most passing yards in NCAA D-III history (14,249).

Tanney won the Midwest Conference Offensive Player of the Year award three times and multiple All-American awards.

Tanney went undrafted in 2012 and signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. Before joining the Giants, he also played for the Cowboys, Browns, Bucs, Titas, Bills and Colts.