Glenn Dorsey was already a parish legend and an East Ascension High School legend. He was already an LSU football legend.

Now, he has another distinction to add to that sensational resume. Dorsey is now a legend of the Southeastern Conference.

Glenn Dorsey was already a parish legend and an East Ascension High School legend. He was already an LSU football legend.

Now, he has another distinction to add to that sensational resume. Dorsey is now a legend of the Southeastern Conference.

This week, he was one of 14 new members selected to the 2017 SEC Football Legends class.

Dorsey released a statement saying, “This honor means the world to me, and to be honest, it has really left me speechless. To grow up an LSU fan, and then coming here and being part of a national championship, it’s a dream come true. It’s humbling and such a tremendous honor.

“But, of course, none of this would have been possible without great teammates and coaches. I can honestly say that some of the best years of my life were spent at LSU.”

Before heading to Baton Rouge, Dorsey became one of the top prospects in the country as he anchored the East Ascension Spartan defensive line.

In his junior season alone, he had 100 tackles and 12 sacks.

He was considered one of the top-five best players in the state, and Rivals.com ranked him as the fifth-best defensive tackle prospect in the country.

Dorsey decided to stay in state as he signed with LSU, and the rest is history.

By the time he graduated, Dorsey left the school as the most decorated defensive player in Tiger history. He is still the only four-time national award winner the school has ever seen.

During his senior season, despite constant double and triple-teams and despite being hampered by an injury he suffered midway through the season, Dorsey finished with 69 tackles, seven sacks and 12.5 tackles for loss.

At the end of the regular season, he won the Lombardi, Outland, Nagurski and Lott Trophies, and he was named an All-American for a second straight year.

To cap off his masterful career in Baton Rouge, he and the Tigers beat Ohio State, 38-24, in the Sugar Bowl to claim their third national title.

In Dorsey’s four years at LSU, the Tigers went 3-1 in bowl games and finished with an overall record of 44-9.

Statistically, he finished his collegiate career with 179 tackles—including 27 for losses—and 13 sacks.

Dorsey was drafted sixth overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2008 NFL Draft. He later played wth the 49ers.

Dorsey started 92 of his 104 career games and piled up 225 career tackles and seven sacks.

Joining Dorsey in the 2017 class will be Alabama’s national championship winning coach Gene Stallings, Arkansas defensive tackle Dan Hampton, Auburn cornerback Carlos Rogers, Florida Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Danny Wuerffel, Georgia defensive back “Champ” Bailey, Kentucky defensive back Nate Northington, Ole Miss offensive lineman Terrence Metcalf, Mississippi State offensive lineman “Pork Chop” Womack, Missouri quarterback Brad Smith, South Carolina linebacker John Abraham, Tennessee offensive lineman Chad Clifton, Texas A&M defensive back Dave Elmendorf and Vanderbilt quarterback/safety Don Orr.

This class will be honored during the 2017 SEC Football “Weekend of Champions” on Dec. 1-2, in Atlanta, Ga.

Meanwhile, Dorsey will join his former teammates at this Saturday’s LSU vs. Auburn game as Tiger Stadium is set to honor the 2007-08 national championship squad.