No big deal, only a Super Bowl winner as the days until post.
Jordan Hill committed to Penn State on the heels of the Big Ten championship 2008 season, a 3* commit from Harrisburg who had previously been committed to Big Ten Powerhouse Rutgers before reneging and pulling the trigger for the good guys. He was one of the final guys in the class of 2009, and was inserted into Larry Johnson, Sr's defensive line rotation early on in his career, seeing action in 8 games his freshman year.
Due to injuries, Hill started four games in 2010, his sophomore year, and played in every game--with his best game of the year against eventual national champion Alabama. He finally became a full-time starter his junior year, when he led the defensive line in tackles with 59 and led Penn State in fumble recoveries. In the wake of IT, he was named an honorable mention All-Big Ten selection next to the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year Devon Still, and was next man up on Penn State's defensive line for 2012.
Hill didn't disappoint. He had an excellent senior year in 2012 in the wake of the NCAA sanctions and the coaching transition, culminating in an absolutely dominating performance on senior day against Wisconsin. Indicative of this:
That performance solidified Hill's first team All-Big Ten selection his senior year, and led to him being drafted in the third round (87th overall) in 2013 by the Seattle Seahawks, forever endearing him into the heart of one Nicholas "Chris" Polak.
As a Seahawk, he played in four games as a rookie and won a Super Bowl ring. He saw limited action to start his second season until injuries forced him into heavy rotation the final six games of the regular season, and led to him logging 13 tackles and 5.5 sacks over that span--including 2 over divisional rival Colin Kaepernick--and his first career NFL interception. A season ending injury led to his sitting out of the playoffs, but he should be back for 2015.
More importantly, though, he's still doing things like this, with former (and current) teammate Garry Gilliam.