6. Charles Woodson (1997)
The fact that Charles Woodson beat out guys like Peyton Manning and Randy Moss to win the Heisman Trophy, and remains the only non-offensive player to win the award in college football history, speaks to the magnitude of the season and career he had at the University of Michigan.
The two-time First-Team All-American helped lead the Wolverines to both an undefeated season, as well as a share of the national championship. While his career in Ann Arbor is chock full of game-changing highlight plays, there are few moments that are more iconic than when he famously struck the Heisman Trophy pose after returning a punt for a touchdown against Ohio State University, the bitter rivals of his Wolverines team.