Offensive guard Jamie Dukes became just the fifth player in FSU history to earn consensus All-America honors when he was named to virtually every team as a senior in 1985. From 1982-85 he started every single game finishing with 48 total starts. And behind the lead of Dukes over the course of those four years, the Seminoles finished in the top ten nationally in scoring offense, rushing offense, and total offense. His All-America honors could almost fill a page of their own in Florida State record books. Following his illustrious career with Florida State, Dukes signed with the Atlanta Falcons as a free agent in 1986 and was a stalwart on the NFL club from 1986-93 before playing for both Green Bay and Arizona over a 10 year NFL career.