Tennessee's Mt. Rushmore of Sports

Updated: February 2, 2009, 6:31 PM ET
ESPN

ESPN reviewed the submissions and discussions on your state/region's conversation page. The four figures on Tennessee's Sports Rushmore are below:

Pat Summitt (Henrietta, Tennessee Lady Volunteers) - She's led the Lady Vols to eight National Titles and has the most wins on all levels of college basketball for a coach.

Wilma Rudolphh (Clarksville, Tennessee State Tigers) - The legendary Gold medalist at the 1960 Olympics in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay.

Reggie White (Chattanooga, Tennessee Volunteers) - The Hall of Famer was an All-American at Tennessee and a 13-time Pro Bowler for the Philadelphia Eagles and Green Bay Packers and won a Super Bowl with the Packers.

Peyton Manning (Tennessee Volunteers) - The Volunteer holds most University of Tennessee passing and total offense records and is a three-time NFL MVP and Super Bowl champion.

Other standouts (even more nominees in conversation)

Gen. Robert Neyland (Tennessee Volunteers) - Winningest coach in TENN history, led Vols to 4 National Titles

Doug Atkins (Humboldt, Tennessee Volunteers) - All-American tackle, 8-time Pro Bowler, member of Pro Football HOF

Eddie George (Tennessee Titans) - Moved with franchise to Nashville, helped lead Titans to Super Bowl XXXIV, 4-time Pro Bowler with TEN

Johnny Majors (Huntland, Tennessee Volunteers) - Runner-up for '56 Heisman; Won 3 SEC Championships as Vols head coach for 16 seasons

Ed 'Too Tall' Jones (Jackson) - All-American at Tennessee State, 3-time Pro Bowler, Super Bowl Champion

Tracy Caulkins (Nashville) - Won three swimming gold medals at 1984 Olympics, set five world records and won 48 national titles from '78 to '84

Cary Middlecoff (Memphis) - 39-time PGA TOUR winner, won 2 U.S. Open Championships and 1955 Masters

Anfernee Hardaway (Memphis, Memphis State) - 4-time NBA All-Star, Olympic gold medalist

Todd Helton (Knoxville, Tennessee Volunteers) - Played both football and baseball at TENN, holds most Rockies offensive records

Jeff Fisher (Tennessee Titans) - Only head coach for Oilers/Titans franchise since it moved to Tennessee

Phil Fulmer (Winchester, Tennessee Volunteers) - Led the University of Tennessee to 1998 National Championship, 2 SEC Conference titles

Other potential nominees: Bill Terry (Memphis), Steve McNair (Tennessee Titans), Phil Garner (Jefferson City, Tennessee Volunteers), Jim Youngblood (Tennessee Tech), Bailey Howell (Middleton), Tim McCarver (Memphis), Chamique Holdsclaw (Tennessee Lady Vols)