Former Appalachian State football coach Mack Brown earned his spot in the College Football Hall of Fame on Monday.
Dickenson was inducted into the CFL Hall of Fame in 2015 and was named the league's coach of the year in 2016.
The 2018 class officially will be inducted during the 61st NFF Annual Awards Dinner on December 4, 2018, at the New York Hilton Midtown.
Stinchcomb is the president and founder of the Stinchcomb Family Foundation, a private, nonprofit organization that supports public children's charities.
He now works as a college football analyst for ESPN. The group is headlined by Brown, former Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer, former Georgia Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson, former MI defensive back Charles Woodson and former Miami defensive back Ed Reed.More news: NDSU ends JMU 26-game winning streak for sixth FCS Championship
The announcement was made Monday by the National Football Federation and the College Hall of Fame.
Woodson recorded 18 interceptions during his three-year stint at MI, and was drafted fourth overall by the Oakland Raiders during the 1998 NFL Draft.
Reed played 11 of his 12 seasons with the Ravens.
The two-time first team All-American first earned consensus honors as a junior after making the switch to center at the beginning of the season.
Taylor was a key member of the Huskers' dominate run under Tom Osborne that ended with national titles in 1994-95 and 1997. He had his No. 67 jersey retired by the Huskers in 1998. The class included 1997 Heisman Trophy victor Charles Woodson of MI, which split the '97 national championship with Taylor's final Husker team.