After some quick research, I discovered that Terry Killens has been used for this post for the last two years. Might as well make it three!
Terry Killens had more than a few memorable moments in his Penn State career. He once had four sacks in one game (vs Indiana in 1995). He played in every single game of the 1992 season as a true freshman. Standing at only 6'1", 223 pounds, he still made a huge impact on the field. He proved his versatility to the coaching staff and fans alike, moving from outside linebacker to defensive end. Terry's game was all based around speed off the edge, which would make him a great fit for today's game.
Killens went on to be drafted in the third round of the 1996 NFL Draft by the Houston Oilers (who soon after became the Tennessee Titans). He also played for the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks during his seven year career. He was on the Titans team that made it to Super Bowl XXXIV, but fell to the St. Louis Rams and the Greatest Show on Turf. Killens played his final season in the NFL in 2002 with the Seahawks before being forced to retire by his ailing shoulder.
Only 92 more days until Penn State takes on UCF.