A co-captain in '96, Bates went into broadcasting and has worked for ESPN2, OLN and Spike. Last year he joined the new MountainWest Sports Network as a football and basketball play-by-play announcer.
Still remembered for his knee-buckling stop-and-go Sugar Bowl TD catch, Hilliard has played 10 seasons in the NFL (eight with the Giants and two with the Bucs), catching 437 passes and scoring 30 touchdowns.
Dubbed the Freak because of his rare combination of size, quickness and athletic ability, Kearse has been a devastating pass rusher in eight NFL seasons, reaching three Pro Bowls with the Titans and the Eagles.
He caught just five passes in three NFL seasons, but he got plenty of playing time as a stunt double for Mark Wahlberg in the 2006 movie Invincible. McGriff now works as a diamond broker in Gainesville.
He played four seasons with the Cardinals and two with the Broncos before retiring in '04. He has worked for the past two years as a youth pastor at the Living by the Word Family Church in Chandler, Ariz.