1985 NFL Man of the Year Dwight Stephenson was a center for the Miami Dolphins. He was drafted in 1980. Four times he was first-team All-Pro and once second-team. In 1983-1987, Stephenson was nominated five times for the AFC-NFC Pro Bowl.
Mike Webster, a four-time Super Bowl champion, played center for the Steelers and Chiefs. He retired in 1990. Mike was regarded the best NFL center in history. He started 217 of 245 games, recovering six fumbles.
Randall McDaniel was a guard with the Vikings and Buccaneers. He played for ASU. He started every game in his Vikings debut.
He was named to 12 Pro Bowls and is considered the most versatile and skilled offensive tackle in NFL history.
Pace played with the Rams from 1997-2008 and the Bears in 2009. In 1997, the Rams drafted Pace. He's the best NFL offensive tackle ever. He won Super Bowl XXXIV and was selected to the Pro Bowl seven times throughout his NFL career. Pace won UPI Lineman of the Year and Heisman in 1996.
Houston Oilers drafted Bruce Rankin Matthews in 1983.
He played center, guard, offensive tackle, and long snapper in the NFL. Bruce made 14 Pro Bowls, 9 First-team All-Pros, and 2 Second-team All-Pros. Matthews won the Bart Star Award in 2001.
John Allen Hannah, nicknamed Hog, is a former Patriots tackle. He and Anthony Munoz are the NFL's best linemen. In 1991, he was inducted into the NFL and Patriots Halls of Fame. He's the first Patriots player to be inducted.
Forrest Gregg spent 16 seasons and six NFL championships with the Green Bay Packers before joining the Dallas Cowboys in 1971.
Gregg won the Packers' first two Super Bowls and the Cowboys' sixth. He was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
Ogden was a Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle. He won Super Bowl XXXV with the Ravens. 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame nominee. From 1997 through 2007, Ogden was named to 11 straight Pro Bowls. He started 176 of 177 NFL games. In 2002, he was named NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year.
Larry Allen is recognized for his big physique, record-breaking bench press and squats. He's the NFL's top lineman. Allen played for the Dallas Cowboys before joining the 49ers in 2006. Larry won a Super Bowl in 12 seasons with the Cowboys. In addition to a Ring of Honor, the Dallas Cowboys nominated him for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was a seven-time ALL-Pro and eleven-time Pro Bowler.
Anthony Muoz, the 1991 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, is our greatest lineman. In 1998, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Muoz had multiple injuries yet kept playing. He missed only three games in 12 seasons despite ailments.