14 of the "Best Walk-ons" in College Football History

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  1. TwentyTwo

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    Check out the list of names!

    • Baker Mayfield — Texas Tech, Oklahoma
    • Luke Falk — Washington State
    • Matt McGloin — Penn State
    • Austin Davis — Southern Mississippi
    • Hunter Renfrow — Clemson
    • Justin Hardy — East Carolina
    • Jared Abbrederis — Wisconsin
    • Sean Bedford — Georgia Tech
    • J.J. Watt — Wisconsin
    • Clay Matthews — USC
    • Jim Leonhard — Wisconsin
    • Rodrigo Blankenship — Georgia
    • Stephen Gostkowski — Memphis
    • Kenny Willekes — Michigan State

    https://www.ncaa.com/news/football/article/2020-04-13/14-best-walk-ons-college-football-history
     
  2. Bucky

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    Honkey Central! Scouts, Coaches, and Media still scratching their heads at why these guys weren't deemed worthy of scholarships! Tis a mystery because the best players play of course.
     
  3. icsept

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    Wow. No upside. Nothing to see here, please move along.
     
  4. The Hock

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    Jordy Nelson was a walk-on.
     
  5. booth

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    Carl Nassif, Adam Archuleta, Mike Hass, Will Hastings, Logan Mankins, Chris Finke, Derek Landri, John Parrella, and Brian Blankenship was all walkons.
     
  6. Rocky B

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    Thielen and Kupp weren’t walk ons, but the fact they didn’t get D1 offers is just dumb...
     

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