Bill Stanfill & Jake Scott
Two of the greatest Miami Dolphins of all time were actually teammates for two years at the University of Georgia.
Bill Stanfill and Jake Scott has illustrious careers at both levels. In college, they both earned Consensus All-American honors, with Scott being named the SEC Player of the Year and Stanfill winning the Outland Trophy (best interior lineman in the country) in 1968.
The Dolphins drafted Stanfill with the 11th overall pick in the 1969 Draft, while Scott somehow fell to the 7th round of the 1970 version. But both were instrumental pieces of some of the best teams in franchise history. They were a part of the defense for two Super Bowl winning teams, including the 17-0 perfect season. Stanfill set a team record in 1973 with 18.5 sacks (unofficial), a record that has only been tied since by Jason Taylor.
Scott was actually the more decorated of the two, making five All Pro teams and five Pro Bowls in his six seasons in Miami. He was also the MVP of Super Bowl VII by picking off the Washington Redskins twice and securing the perfect season.
Both players were placed in the Miami Dolphins Honor Roll in 2010 in a joint ceremony.