2. Paul Hornung (Notre Dame)
You know you’re good when you’re the progenitor of the nickname “The Golden Boy.” A legend among both the Fighting Irish and Green Bay Packers faithful, Paul Hornung won’t wow you with a whole slew of passing numbers or accomplishments.
In fact, he wasn’t even just a “dual-threat” quarterback. Rather, he was a guy who would run with or throw the ball, block the guy with the ball, or tackle the opponent as well. Simply put, he’s considered by some to be the greatest all-around football player in Notre Dame history.