Michigan football Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee No. 5: Tom Mack (1999)
Tom Mack was one of the most consistent former Michigan football players in NFL history. Mack played in 184 games for the Rams after being the No. 1 overall pick in 1966.
Strangely, Mack earned 11 Pro Bowl invites, even though he was never First-Team All-Pro. Mack was Second Team All-Pro three different times before he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999.
The majority of Michigan football players in the Pro Football Hall of Fame are offensive or defensive linemen, which fits the identity of the program.
When Mack retired he ranked third all-time in NFL history in terms of Pro Bowl selections and his 184 games are among the most of any Wolverine in the league.
Tom Brady is the only former Michigan football player selected to the Pro Bowl more than Mack.