Hawaii's Mt. Rushmore of Sports

Updated: February 2, 2009, 6:47 PM ET
ESPN

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

Duke Kahanamoku (Honolulu) - The father of modern surfing won three gold medals and two silvers in the 1912, '20 and '24 Olympics.

Colt Brennan (Hawaii Warriors) - The third all-time leader in Career FBS Passing yards, led Hawaii to Sugar Bowl in the '07 season.

Bryan Clay (Kane`ohe) - Dubbed the "World's Greatest Athlete", Clay won gold in the decathlon at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and a silver medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.

Wally Yonamine - The first football player of Japanese ancestry to play in the NFL, Yonamine was also the first American to play baseball in Japan after WWII.

Other standouts (even more nominees in conversation)

Sid Fernandez (Honolulu) - 114 wins in 15 MLB seasons, 2-time All-Star, won 1986 World Series with NYM

Shane Victorino (Wailuku) - 5 MLB seasons, won 2008 Gold Glove, member of 2008 World Champion Phillie

Chad Rowan (Waimanalo) - First foreign grand champion in the 1,500 year history of Sumo

Clarence Crabbe (Honolulu) - Won gold in 400M freestyle at 1932 Olympics, set 16 swimming world records

Charlie Hough (Honolulu) - 216 career wins in 25 MLB seasons, pitched in 3 World Series

Mosi Tatupu (Honolulu) - Has CFB special teams award named after him, 14 NFL seasons, made 1986 Pro Bowl

Timmy Chang (Hawaii Warriors) - FBS all-time leader in career Pass yards, currently playing in CFL

Red Rocha (Milo) - First Hawaiian in the NBA, 2-time NBA All-Star in 7 seasons

Eddie Aikau (Kahulu) - One of the most respected names in surfing; first lifeguard to work on Oahu's North Shore; has an annual surfing competition named after him=

June Jones (University of Hawai`i) - All-time winningest football coach at University of Hawaii; led team to first ever BCS bowl (2008 Sugar Bowl)

Other potential nominees: Herman Wedemeyer (Honolulu), Ford Konnu (Honolulu), Jason Elam (Hawaii Warriors), Russ Francis (Kailua)