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2. Glenn Davis

Running back | Army

Some time after Army halfback Glenn Davis won the 1946 Heisman, his college coach, Red Blaik, said, "Anybody who ever saw Davis carry a football must realize there could not have been a greater, more dangerous running halfback in the entire history of the game."

Davis hurt his knee while filming a movie about him and teammate Doc Blanchard.

After three years in the Army, Davis played for the Los Angeles Rams. He made the Pro Bowl as a rookie. He retired a year later. Between the knee injury and the rust, Davis was no longer Mr. Outside.

-- Ivan Maisel