Jan. 15, 1953 - Pittsburgh, Pa.
Randy White was drafted No.2 overall by the Dallas Cowboys in
the 1975 NFL Draft.
Played: Started out as a linebacker his first two seasons
before being moved to defensive tackle, where he spent the remainder
of his career.
For: Dallas Cowboys
Mater: University of Maryland
into the Pro Football Hall of Fame: 1994
Season: Randy White's best season was probably in 1978
when he recorded 123 tackles and 16 sacks.
Manster (half man, half monster)
Number: At the University of Maryland, Randy White wore
number 94. With the Dallas Cowboys, he wore number 54.
• Consensus All-American (1974)
• Outland Trophy Winner (1974)
• Lombardi Trophy Winner (1974)
• ACC Player of the Year (1974)
• Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame (1994)
• Selected for the Pro Bowl Nine Times
• Named All-Pro Eight Times
• Named Super Bowl Co-MVP (XII)
• NFC Defensive Player of the Year (1978)
• NFL Defensive Lineman of the Year (1982)
• Won One Super Bowl Title (XII)
• Won three NFC Titles
• Won Five Division Titles
• Inducted into the Dallas Cowboy's Ring of Honor (1994)
• Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1994)