#10 Ray Nitschke
Bruising fullback at Illinois; soul of Packers' dynasty in he 1960s; perhaps the hardest-hitting linebacker ever.
Won four speed skating medals at 1968 and 72 Olympics, including 1,500-meter gold in 72.
Led DePaul to Final Four in 1979; won Naismith Award in '80; three-time NBA All-Star had 18,458 career points.
EAST ST. LOUIS
Tight end with lineman size and wideout speed; Missouri All-America; had 541 receptions for Chargers from 1979 to '87.
Best righthander in Phillies history, won 20 games in six straight seasons and was a seven-time All-Star.
Ten-time All-Star with Twins; led AL in hits three straight years; MVP of the 1991 ALCS.
Was king of the pool before King of the Jungle: five swimming golds at 1924 and '28 Olympics; starred in 12 Tarzan movies.
End on three undefeated Notre Dame teams; patron saint of coaches started Fighting Irish's grand tradition.
Won 273 games; had four 20-win seasons and won seven World Series games with Yankees.
Had 37 winning seasons in 42 years at DePaul; NCAA's 11th-winningest basketball coach.