Perhaps one of the most talented wide receivers to play professional football, Michael Irvin helped lead the Dallas Cowboys to three Super Bowl championships in the early- to mid-1990s on his way to becoming a five-time Pro Bowler. Born on March 5, 1966 in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Irvin was a star player at St. Thomas Aquinas High School. After graduation, he was lured to the University of Miami, where he broke school records in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions while helping the Hurricanes become national champions in 1987. He entered the National Football League draft the following year and was selected in the first round by the Cowboys. Despite a solid rookie season, his team only won three games. The following year, the Cowboys only won once. But with the additions of quarterback Troy Aikman and running back Emmitt Smith, the team quickly rose up the ranks to become a winner. In 1993, Irvin and his Cowboy teammates racked up 13 wins and went on to win the first of three Super Bowls in the decade; the last coming in 1996. Meanwhile, Irvin amassed numerous impressive stats over the course of an eight-year span.