"Bullet" Bob Hayes played wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys from 1965-1974. Hayes earned the title "World's Fastest Man" after winning gold medals in 1964 Olympics in the 100m and running a sensational 8.6 split on U.S.'s 400 meter relay team. The former Florida A&M star was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys as a junior in the seventh round of the 1964 draft. Hayes' speed forced teams to change from primarily man to man defense and start using zones. He was a four-time All Pro selection and played in three Pro Bowls. Hayes caught 371 passes for 7,414 yards, averaged 20 yards per catch and scored 71 touchdowns. He was a member of Cowboys' 1971 NFL Champion team making him the only athlete in history to win an Olympic gold medal and a Super Bowl ring. Hayes was selected as a member of the Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor in 2001, the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2009 and the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 2003.