Hometown/high school: Little Rock, Arkansas/Parkview (Ark.) High
College: University of Oklahoma
Pros: Philadelphia Eagles (1988-91), Miami Dolphins (1992-94), Green Bay Packers (1995-96)
Stats: 441 REC, 5,283 YDS, 49 TD, NFL All-Pro (1988-90, 1992), Pro Bowl (1988-90, 1992, 1994, 1996), AP All-American (1986, 1987), Parade High School All-American (1983)
Championship rings: 1 (1996)
Hall of Fame: Not inducted
Bottom line: In 2011, Parade Magazine put Keith Jackson on its list of the greatest high school football players of all time.
He’s also in the argument as the greatest college tight end of all time — he led the Oklahoma Sooners to a national title in 1985 and was voted Oklahoma’s offensive player of the century.
In the NFL, Jackson was a Pro Bowler for three different teams and capped his career by helping the Green Bay Packers win the Super Bowl in 1996.