4. David Greene
The ultimate winner, Greene left Georgia with the NCAA record for wins 42-10, and a winning percentage of 80.77 win percentage. Greene also put up great stats throwing for over 11,528 passing yards, throwing 72 touchdowns, and only throwing 32 interceptions. Greene is probably best known for the Hobnail Boot play, but he had a terrific sophomore campaign in 2002. Georgia won the Sugar Bowl and the SEC Championship. I’ll remember him for being a lefty, as a kid Greene and Pollack were the first UGA players I remember. Greene was a left-handed QB and I, a 5-year-old left-hander, believed one day I too could be the QB at Georgia. But instead, I’m a left-handed blogger writing about Georgia football. Win-Win in my book. I still have dreams!