Everyone knows what Ray Lewis accomplished at the professional level.
In 17 years, Lewis won two Super Bowls, was named Defensive Player of the Year twice (2000, 2003), made it to 13 Pro Bowl rosters, earned seven first-team All-Pro designations and was named the Super Bowl XXXV MVP.
He won't be eligible for the Professional Football Hall of Fame until 2018, five years after his NFL playing days are over.
However, he is on the ballot for another major distinction. Lewis is a nominee to enter the College Football Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2014 based on his achievements at the University of Miami.
Here's the Hall's bio of what Lewis' time with the Hurricanes:
1995 First Team All-American and Butkus Award runner-up...Led Canes to Fiesta and Orange bowl appearances and ranks sixth all-time at Miami with 388 career tackles...Two-time First Team All-Big East performer who twice led the league in tackles.
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