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Lynn Swann was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the 1974 NFL Draft following an undefeated national championship season and All-American selection at USC. Swann played his entire career with the Steelers where he was a 3x Pro Bowl selection, 4x Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl X MVP and the 1981 NFL Man of the Year. He is a member of the NFL 1970's All-Decade Team and of both the College and Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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Jim Kaat is a 3x All-Star, 1982 World Series champion and 16x Gold Glove award winner. He led the American League in wins and complete games in 1966. Kaat finished his 25-year career with 283 wins and 2,461 strikeouts. He is a member of the Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame.
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Kyle Van Noy is a linebacker for the Miami Dolphins out of Brigham Young University where he was a 3x First-team All-Independent selection and the 2013 Independent Defensive Player of the Year. Van Noy comes to the Dolphins as a defensive leader after winning two Super Bowl with the Patriots (LI & LIII).
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Robert Woods was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft after a consensus All-American career at USC. In 2017, Woods signed as the No. 1 wide receiver with the Los Angeles Rams. Woods has continued his prolific career with the Rams and signed a four-year extension with the team in 2020.
Billy Shaw was selected by the Buffalo Bills coming out of Georgia Tech in 1961 and was a force for the team throughout his career. Shaw was an 8x AFL All -Star, 7x All-AFL selection, 2x AFL Champion and is a member of the AFL All-Time Team. He has been selected to the Bills Wall of Fame, the Bills 50th Anniversary Team, and is the only player inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame to have never played in the NFL.
Ken Anderson was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 1971 NFL Draft and spent his entire professional career with the team. During his career, Anderson was a 4x Pro Bowl selection, 3x All-Pro selection and 2x NFL passing yards leader. He was selected the 1975 NFL Man of the Year and the 1981 NFL MVP, Bert Bell Award Winner and both Comeback & Offensive Player of the Year. Anderson is also a Super Bowl XLIII Champion.
Mercury Morris was drafted by the Miami Dolphins after an All-American finish to his career at West Texas State University. Morris was a 3x Pro Bowl selection and 2x Super Bowl Champion with the Miami Dolphins. During the Dolphins' 1972 perfect season, Morris led the NFL in rushing touchdowns.
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Larry Little joined the Miami Dolphins in 1969 after two years with the San Diego Chargers. He went on to become one of the best offensive guards in the NFL. Little was a 5x Pro Bowl selection, 7x All-Pro selection (1st/2nd) and 2x Super Bowl Champion with the Miami Dolphins. A member of the 1972 perfect season 17-0 Dolphins, he was selected to the NFL 1970's All-Decade Team, the Miami Dolphins Honor Roll and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Jim "Jimbo" Covert was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the first round of the 1983 NFL draft following a College Football Hall of Fame career at the University of Pittsburgh. Covert was a 2x Pro Bowl selection, 2x All-Pro selection and a member of the Super Bowl XX Champion Bears. He has been named to the NFL 1980's All-Decade Team, 100 Greatest Bears of All-Time and is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2020.
Bobby Hebert, nicknamed the "Cajun Cannon," entered the USFL undrafted and left as one of the greatest quarterbacks in the short history of the league. With the Michigan Panthers in 1983, Hebert was the USFL Most Outstanding Quarterback, Player of the Year, and League Champion, also taking home MVP honors from the game. He went on to enjoy success in the NFL with the Saints and Falcons and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 1993.
Randall Cunningham, nicknamed "The Ultimate Weapon" due to his unmatched ability to both run and pass the ball, was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles out of 1985 NFL Draft after an All-American career at UNLV. He would spend 11 seasons with the Eagles before retiring and later returning the the NFL during which time he was a 4x Pro Bowl selection and a 2x All-Pro. Cunningham is a member of the both the College Football and the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame.
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Shane Bieber was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 2016 MLB Draft. In 2018 after a successful stint in the minor leagues, Bieber made his MLB debut. He was selected to his first All-Star team in 2019 and was named the game's MVP. Bieber's success has continued to grow and in 2020 he was named All-MLB First Team and won the both AL Cy Young Award and Triple Crown, leading the league in wins, ERA and strikeouts.
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Craig Morton was selected by the Dallas Cowboys with the 5th overall pick in the 1965 NFL Draft following an All-American conclusion to his career at Cal. Following nine seasons with the Cowboys, including a Super Bowl VI championship, Morton found new success with the Denver Broncos and was named the 1977 Comeback Player and AFC Offensive Player of the Year. Morton is a member of the Broncos Ring of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame.
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