Dwayne Johnson - Football
You may know Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock, as one of the most prolific figures in pro wrestling. You may also know him as an uber successful actor. What you may not know about the wrestler-turned-entertainer is that he’s also dabbled in music industry. While he’s never put out a track of his own, Johnson’s vocals were featured on Wyclef Jean’s 2000 hit song It Doesn’t Matter, among others. Now that we’ve established his credibility as a musician, let’s talk about his potential as a pro football player. Standing 6-feet, 5-inches tall and built like a Mack truck, Johnson was a member of the national championship-winning University of Miami football team in 1991. After college, he had a brief stint in the Canadian Football League, before being cut from the squad and taking up pro wrestling. Knowing what we know about him now, there’s no question that Johnson belongs on a pro football field somewhere. Even at age 42, he’s probably in the best shape of his life. Translate that into football terms, the dude could do some serious damage on the gridiron if he really committed himself.