JACK YOUNGBLOOD E&J GALLO
Following an All-American senior year at the University of Florida, 1971 first-round draft pick Jack Youngblood had an illustrious career with the Los Angeles Rams. Missing only one game in 14 years, he was All-Pro six times and played in seven consecutive Pro Bowls. The 6’ 4” defensive end also ranks fourth on the NFL all-time sack list. Going into management, he was with the Sacramento Surge for the 1992 WFL Championship and then guided the Orlando Predators to the Arena Football League top spot in 1998. In 2001, Jack was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And now, he’s serving as a Rams’ man again for Taste of the NFL.