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Tony Mandarich was a bruiser on the offensive line during his time in East Lansing.
Everybody loves the big uglies.
For Michigan State, five set themselves apart from the rest of the group to be named the best five of all time.
Adams earned the nickname "The Hotel" for his massive size (6'7", 330 lbs).
As a three-year starter on the offensive line, Adams was named first-team All-Big Ten in 1995. In 1997, he was also named first-team All-American and was named the Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year.
Adams has made a good living in the NFL, having been a five-time Pro Bowl selection.
Mandarich was a two-time Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year and a 1988 first-team All-American. He was also considered one of the best offensive line prospects ever to come out of college.
After being picked No. 2 by the Green Bay Packers in the 1989 NFL draft, Mandarich went on to become one of the biggest busts in NFL history.
Budde was an early star for Michigan State, having played in East Lansing from 1958-63. During his time, Budde never received any major awards or accolades, but he was a staple on the offensive line.
After the 1935 season, Wagner was a consensus All-American at guard, receiving such designations from the United Press, International News Service, the New York Sun and Liberty Magazine.
Currie was an All-American linebacker and center for the Spartans in 1957. He was a first-round choice of the Packers in the 1958 NFL draft.