Janowicz was dazzling on defense (his 41-yard interception return helped the Buckeyes down Cal in the 1950 Rose Bowl), dangerous on offense (his 65 points, 16 touchdowns and 875 total yards in '50 all led the team) and a dead-eye marksman as a punter and kicker. His 27-yard field goal in a driving snowstorm against Michigan in '50 (a game won by the Wolverines) remains one of the more memorable feats in Ohio State history.
HIGHLIGHTS: 6,888 yards of total offense, 68 total touchdowns, Heisman Trophy '06
Smith played sparingly at running back and kick returner as a freshman, then sat behind quarterback Justin Zwick during the first half of his sophomore year. But the Cleveland native came into his own as a junior, throwing for 2,282 yards and running for 611. He was even better in his senior year, contributing 31 touchdowns and leading OSU to the BCS title game.