4. Tim Tebow, QB, Florida (2006-09)
Considering his success on and off the football field, it’s pretty strange that any debate involving former Gators QB Tim Tebow stirs up such a mix of emotions. He’s one of the most loved and hated players to ever play the game, but you can’t deny his success as Florida’s quarterback. He played a role in the Gators’ championship season during his freshman season in 2006 and followed that up as the first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy. While he never picked up the second Heisman, he was always in the running and also led Florida to the 2008 BCS championship. Tebow finished with some gaudy statistics, including 88 touchdown passes and 57 touchdown runs. He was only intercepted 15 times in four years.