West Virginia's Mt. Rushmore of Sports

Updated: February 2, 2009, 6:35 PM ET
ESPN

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

Sam Huff (Farmington, West Virginia Mountaineers) - The West Virginia native was a five-time NFL All-Pro for the New York Giants.

Randy Moss (Rand, Marshall Thundering Herd) - The four-time NFL All-Pro holds the NFL single-season record for TD receptions (23, 2007)

Mary Lou Retton (Fairmont) - In 1984 she became the first U.S. gymnast to win a gold medal in the women's all-around competition.

Jerry West (Cheylan, West Virginia Mountaineers) - This iconic Basketball Hall of Famer is the likeness for the NBA's logo.

Other standouts (even more nominees in conversation) Lew Burdette (Nitro) - Won three games for Milwaukee Braves in 1957 World Series

Hal Greer (Huntington, Marshall Thundering Herd) - 10-time NBA All-Star

Major Harris (West Virginia Mountaineers) - Led Mountaineers to undefeated 1988 regular season; Finished in top 5 of Heisman twice

Hot Rod Hundley (Charleston, West Virginia Mountaineers) - Two-time basketball All-America

John Kruk (Charleston) - Three-time MLB All-Star

Don Nehlen (West Virginia Mountaineers) - All-time winningest coach in WVU football history

Chad Pennington (Marshall Thundering Herd) - 2006 and 2008 NFL Comeback Player of the Year

Rich Rodriguez (West Virginia Mountaineers) - Coached WVU football team to four Big East titles

Rod Thorn (Princeton, West Virginia Mountaineers) - All-American guard in basketball; NBA Executive of the Year in 2002 with Nets

Pat White (West Virginia Mountaineers) - Only QB in NCAA history to start and win four consecutive bowl games

Hack Wilson (Martinsburg) - Baseball Hall of Famer; MLB-record 190 RBI in 1930 with Cubs