13. Jim McMahon (BYU)
Many of us think of quarterback Jim McMahon being the starting quarterback of the 1985 Chicago Bears. But while at Brigham Young University, McMahon was a two-time All-American, and winner of the Davey O’Brien and Sammy Baugh awards.
Over the course of his career at the school, McMahon threw for 9,536 passing yards and 84 touchdown passes (not including bowl games), and left for the NFL with 70 NCAA records in hand (while tied for another one). In 1999, he was inducted in the College Football Hall of Fame.