141. Bob Williams, football

He was 19, a skinny kid from Loyola High when he quarterbacked <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT00000148" title="Notre Dame Fighting Irish" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/notre-dame-fighting-irish-ORSPT00000148.topic">Notre Dame</a>'s football team to a 10-0 season and the national title in 1949. Williams, a two-time All-American, broke the school's passing records and still ranks No. 2 in passing efficiency (single season) for the Fighting Irish. A first-round draft choice, he played three years for the Chicago Bears.

( Baltimore Sun photo / March 15, 2012 )

He was 19, a skinny kid from Loyola High when he quarterbacked Notre Dame's football team to a 10-0 season and the national title in 1949. Williams, a two-time All-American, broke the school's passing records and still ranks No. 2 in passing efficiency (single season) for the Fighting Irish. A first-round draft choice, he played three years for the Chicago Bears.

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