Green Bay Packers’ receiver Randall Cobb is one of six people named to the Hall of Fame at the University of Kentucky. Cobb played for three seasons with the Wildcats, setting a school record for total touchdowns with 37 as a receiver, kick returner, and quarterback. In his final year, Cobb was named a first team All American as he set a new Southeastern Conference record with 23-hundred-96 all purpose yards. Cobb left Kentucky after his junior year, and the Packers drafted him in the second round in 2011. He made the Pro Bowl in 2014, and he scored three touchdowns in January when the Packers beat the New York Giants at home in the Wild Card playoff round.