13. Reggie Wayne
A Super Bowl champion and six-time Pro Bowl pick, Reggie was a wide receiver to be reckoned with during his career with the Colts. He even led the league in receiving yards in 2007, a tenure that included fellow teammate and New Orleanian Peyton Manning, which surely didn’t hurt his chances of having a ball placed perfectly into his hands. The seventh in all-time career receptions and eighth in receiving yards, the man had a talent for playing catch. And, you know, winning football games.
12. Sylvester Ritter (i.e.,“The Junkyard Dog”)
Artfully speaking, “pro sports” also includes “pro wrestling,” so we’re obliged to nod our heads at The Junkyard Dog here, one of the pillars of Hogan-era WWF wrestling in the ‘80s, along with the Iron Sheik, Roddy Piper, Jake the Snake, Rowdy Roddy Piper, and other greats. Notably, JYD was "the first black wrestler to be made the undisputed top star of his promotion,” for which he should be acknowledged, as well as his thunderous and charismatic appearances in the ring.