Year after year, talented athletes don the orange and green of the Miami Hurricanes. Some players stand above the rest and only one can be the best.
In 2013, the BCS breathed its last breath, ending a stretch of college football that contained a Miami team ESPN called the best in the era.
While the program has long been considered one of the premier NFL-producing schools, these players are measured strictly on collegiate performance during the BCS' relevance.
That last part is important: The BCS existed from 1998-2013, so players will only be judged for contributions throughout the 16-year period.
Notes: All stats courtesy of hurricanesports.com. Any marked years signify a given player the BCS-eligible seasons spent at Miami, but complete career stats will be provided.