FSU football career rushing leader No. 2: Warrick Dunn
- 3,959 rushing yards
- 37 rushing touchdowns
- 6.9 yards per rush
Like Minor, Warrick Dunn was a star at Catholic in Baton Rouge before becoming one of the best running backs to ever grace the home locker room of Doak. Dunn, though, took things to the next level during four years of the most prosperous stretch of FSU football Tallahassee has ever seen from 1987-2000.
Dunn was a three-time First-team All-ACC stud who’d go on to become a three-time Pro Bowler in the NFL after entering the league as the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 1997. Everywhere he went, Dunn was a top guy; done in the shadow of his mother’s murder two days after he turned 18.
Just like Allen before him, Dunn held the all-time rushing record. In Dunn’s case, that lasted until the program’s first-ever 4,000-yard rusher…