Syracuse's Mount Rushmore

Posted by ESPN.com's Brian Bennett
After a weekend break, we're back to finish up our Mount Rushmores for each Big East team -- and what better day for that than Presidents' Day?

It's Syracuse's turn, and the Orange certainly have a lot of candidates with their rich history. But four stand out to me, and here are my nominations (hint: Greg Robinson didn't make the cut):

Jim Brown: Probably the first name you think of when you hear the words "Syracuse football," and with good reason.

Ernie Davis: The only Syracuse player to have a movie made about him, the first African-American Heisman Trophy winner belongs on this list.

Floyd "Ben" Schwartzwalder: The legendary coach notched 153 wins in nearly a quarter of a century at the helm of the program.

Donovan McNabb: Modernizing Syracuse's Mount Rushmore a bit here, with clearly the best Orange player in the Big East era.

So many deserving guys got left off, including Floyd Little, Larry Csonka, Don McPherson, John Mackey, Art Monk and many more. But would you substitute any of them for my four nominees?