Perhaps the greatest undrafted player to suit up for the National Football League, quarterback Kurt Warner amassed a number of professional records while winning the Super Bowl MVP award in 2000 after leading the St. Louis Rams to victory over the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. Born on June 22, 1971 in Burlington, IA, Warner played football for the Roman Catholic Regis High School in Cedar Rapids before playing for the University of Northern Iowa, where he sat on the bench until his senior year. Making the most of his limited opportunity, Warner was named the Gateway Conference's Offensive Player of the Year in 1993. The following year, he entered the NFL draft, only to emerge without a team. The Green Bay Packers invited him to training camp, where he vied for a spot against Brett Favre, among others. He was let go during preseason despite coaches recognizing his potential. Out of work and with nowhere to turn, Warner got a job stocking shelves at a Hy-Vee grocery store in Cedar Rapids for $5.50 an hour.