NO. 7 ANDRE COLLINS (1986-89) The first (and best) of five brothers who played for the Nittany Lions, Collins began his career as a safety but matured into one of the nation's best linebackers. A team captain as a senior in 1989, he tied Jack Ham's record for blocked kicks in a season (three) to go along with 130 tackles. Collins was a first-team All-American and one of five finalists for the Butkus Award as a senior. Collins finished his career with 257 tackles, sixth on the school list. He spent a decade in the NFL with Washington, Cincinnati and Chicago. NO. 10 JOHN SKORUPAN (1970-72) Overshadowed by 'backers from his era such as Jack Ham and Dennis Ontkotz, Skorupan was part of the wave of players at the position who helped Penn State establish its reputation as Linebacker U. He finished his career with 274 tackles, tied with Shane Conlan for fourth on the school's all-time list. He was a first-team All-American in 1972 and was a sixth-round pick of Buffalo in the 1973 NFL Draft. He played for the Bills and New York Giants before retiring in 1980.