Career interceptions: 21
Awards: College Football Hall of Fame inductee, Consensus First Team All-American, 2x All-South, 1991 Jim Thorpe Award
Buckley arrived at Florida State to be Deion Sander's replacement at outside cornerback. Considering the fact that those are Andre the Giant-sized shoes to fill Buckley somehow lived up to expectations.
He was a part of three great teams during his time at FSU, and three different teams. FSU football went 31-6 during his time in Tallahassee, but Buckley also played on the baseball and track and field teams.
Despite his multi-sport prowess, the football field was where he belonged, and in 1991, Buckley had a historic season for the Noles. He won the Jim Thorpe Award as the nation's best defensive back after nabbing 12 interceptions and returning them for 238 yards, both FSU single-season records.
The Green Bay Packers selected Buckley fifth overall in the 1992 draft and he went on to play in the NFL for 14 years, winning a Super Bowl with the Patriots.