LaDainian Tomlinson - LaDainian Tomlinson burst onto the football scene when he set Waco's single-season city rushing record with 2,554 yards in 1996 at University High School. At TCU, he added to his record-breaking resume by leading the nation in rushing his junior and senior seasons. In 1999, he set the NCAA single-game rushing record with 406 yards against UTEP. In 11 seasons with the San Diego Chargers (2001-2009) and New York Jets (2010-11), "LT" had 13,684 career rushing yards and 145 rushing touchdowns, 4,772 receiving yards and 17 career touchdown catches. LT is tied for 4th on the NFL's all time list for consecutive 1,000 yard seasons (eight, from 2001-2008). He was named the NFL's MVP in 2006, the first in Charger's history. That season he led the league in rushing with 1,815 yards and set NFL records with 31 total touchdowns and 28 rushing touchdowns. LT's 2,323 total yards in 2006 was the sixth-most in NFL history. He has been selected to play in five Pro Bowls, was named to the All-Pro team four times, and was named the NFL's Walter Payton Man of the Year in 2006 for his work with the Tomlinson Touching Lives Foundation. He was also named to the NFL's 2000s All-Decade Team and the San Diego Chargers' 50th Anniversary Team. His 13,684 career rushing yards place him seventh all-time in the NFL. Tomlinson was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2008, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017.