11. Tommie Frazier, QB, Nebraska (1992-95)
Tommie Frazier shocked college football fans when he left the fertile recruiting grounds of Florida for Nebraska. But Frazier quickly made a name for himself with the Cornhuskers, finishing his college career with an eye-popping record of 33-3. You need more? Frazier is the last quarterback to win back-to-back national championships in 1994-95. The 1995 team is considered by many to be the best college football team ever. From 1993-95, Frazier led Nebraska to three straight undefeated regular seasons. Unfortunately, blood clots limited him to only four games in the 1994 season, but he still managed to score 10 total touchdowns and compile 248 rushing yards. There’s no doubt he would have been a serious contender for the Heisman if he were healthy that season.