15. Oliver Luck
Oliver Luck replaced our last entry Jeff Hostetler as starting quarterback at West Virginia. Just like his predecessor, Luck too had a gifted mind. He was nominated for Rhodes scholarship, he was twice crowned Academics All-American. His professional career didn’t take up though, he only started in nine games, threw 13 touchdowns and 21 interceptions.
After his playing career, Oliver Luck became a lawyer. Due to his brilliant mindset he was hired by many sports organizations in managerial and executive roles. One of his sons Andrew aspires to be an NFL star one day while his daughter Mary Ellen plays amateur volleyball.