24. Bert Jones, LSU
Jones didn’t become a starter at LSU until late in his junior year, but he made the most of his time, leading the Tigers to a 12-2-1 record as a starter. Following his senior season, Jones finished fourth in the Heisman voting and was a consensus All-America, becoming the first LSU quarterback to earn such honors. He left LSU as the school record holder in both passing yards and touchdowns and eventually made it into the College Football Hall of Fame.
After college, Jones spent 10 seasons in the NFL, playing primarily with the Baltimore Colts. He wasn’t the best quarterback in NFL history, but he had a brilliant season in 1976, leading the NFL in passing, winning league MVP honors, and going to his only Pro Bowl.