Ten-time All-Star at second base; managed Cardinals to 1967 World Series victory.
All-America at DePaul; NBA Rookie of the Year in 1983, twice an NBA All-Star in 17-year career.
Holds NFL record for season completion percentage (70.6), set mark for consecutive completions (20); 1981 MVP.
Sleeveless slugger (279 career homers) led NL first basemen in fielding five times; league record holder for consecutive games scoring a run (17).
Outland Trophy winner and member of Notre Dame's national champions in 1946 and '47; All-Pro guard for Cardinals.
Stifling defender; deft playmaker won 1983 NBA title with 76ers; retired as career steals leader.
Won decathlon and high jump gold at 1924 Olympics; only person to win decathlon and an individual event at same Games.
Led NL in appearances and wins five times from 1899 to 1908; won 35 games in '04.
Won two NCAA titles as coach at Duke; only John Wooden and Dean Smith took more teams to the Final Four.
Led Carver High to city title in 1985; UTEP's alltime leader in steals and assists; five-time NBA All-Star with Warriors and Heat.