North Carolina: Bruce Matthews
The Tar Heel State has produced several outstanding players, but Bruce Matthews is a level above all of them, even the great Julius Peppers. He played 19 seasons in the NFL, playing in nearly 300 games, and going to the Pro Bowl in each of his final 14 seasons.
Matthews was equal parts talented and versatile. He could handle all five positions on the offensive line, starting at least 17 games at each spot. Matthews even handled snapper duties and never missed a game in 19 seasons due to injury, at one point, starting 229 games in a row, making him the Cal Ripken Jr. of linemen.
Runners Up: Julius Peppers, Carl Eller, Torry Holt, Bobby Bell