Tim Tebow comes in as the best player in college football history. His competitiveness and drive to compete made him one of the most polarizing players in history. Whether you love him or hate him, there’s no denying Tebow’s ability on a football field. He played 4 years at the University of Florida and started during 3 of them. His sophomore season is what really put him on the map. He threw for 3286 yards with 32 touchdowns and only 6 interceptions. He ran for another 895 yards and 23 touchdowns in route to the Heisman trophy. His junior and senior seasons were not quite to the same level, but still extremely impressive. He combined for 77 touchdowns between the 2 seasons. He was a Heisman finalist in both seasons.
Tim Tebow was drafted in the first round of the 2010 draft by the Denver Broncos. In his NFL career, he played for the Denver Broncos and the New York Jets. He led the Broncos to an 8-6 record in his starts, with 12 touchdowns and 6 interceptions. The Broncos released him. He caught on with the Eagles, but never really got any playing time. He then caught on with the Patriots, but was cut before the season started. Tebow has recently tried his hand in baseball. He held an open showcase for himself that MLB scouts attended. The New York Mets signed him to a contract and he is currently in their minor league system. Tebow will forever be known as one of the most polarizing figures in sports.