School: UCLA
Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Football, Track and Field

Remembering Jackie Robinson solely as a baseball player doesn’t properly acknowledge just how well rounded an athlete he was. In college he lettered in four sports, baseball is obvious, but he also starred on the hardwood (leading the Pacific Coast Conference twice in scoring), the gridiron (leading the nation in punt return average, and playing the Chicago Bears as a member of a college All-Star team) and the track (winning the broad jump/long jump title in 1940). The fact that he remembers the sport where he was immortalized in the Hall of Fame as his “worst” when he was a student should fill you in on just how damn good he was at every other game he tried.