Offensive guard Jamie Dukes comes in at No. 46 as we continue our countdown to kickoff with the Top-75 players in Florida State history. Dukes made a major impact the minute he set foot on campus and started all 48 games in his career at Florida State. He was named a first team freshman All-American in 1982 and was named to at least one All-American team each year. His senior year, Dukes became the fifth Seminole to earn consensus All-American honors. He was elected to the Florida State football hall of fame in 1991.
Dukes went undrafted out of college, but signed with the Atlanta Falcons and played for ten years in the NFL. He started 62 games in his NFL career.
Dukes currently works as an analyst for CBS Sports and hosts a radio show for CBS Atlanta on 92.9 the Game from 10 AM-2 PM on weekdays.
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