San Diego, California native Ricky Williams wasn't born in Texas but he got here as fast as he could. His stellar football career as a running back at the University of Texas (1995-98) culminated with the sport's highest honor - the 1998 Heisman Trophy. Williams set 21 NCAA records and 46 University of Texas career records. Two of the biggest records that Williams set included 72 career rushing touchdowns and 6,279 career rushing yards. His brilliant senior campaign also included being named the 1998 AP Player of the Year and winning the Maxwell & Walter Camp Awards. The two-time All-American was also the first player to win the Doak Walker Award twice. Williams won back to back NCAA rushing titles his junior and senior seasons and was one of only three University of Texas running backs to rush for over 1,000 yards three years in a row. He was also named MVP of the 1999 Cotton & Hula Bowls. Williams played in the NFL from 1999-2011 with the New Orleans Saints, Miami Dolphins & Baltimore Ravens. Williams was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2012.