13. Ricky Williams
Over the course of three years with the Texas Longhorns, Williams established himself as one of the greatest college football players of all-time. The running back still holds and shares over 20 records and he was unstoppable on the playing field. But 1998 was his defining year.
He became the second Longhorns player ever to win the Heisman Trophy after a magnificent campaign. Williams rushed for 2,427 yards and 30 touchdowns. Furthermore, he broke the 200 yards mark in five separate games on his way to glory. In sum, he was like a freight train.