One of my favorite Michigan players from the past few years would have to be Charles Woodson. When I saw that there was a McFarlane figure based on him, I had to get it.
In the 1997, Charles Woodson became the first defensive player to win the Heisman Trophy. He was also an instrumental player in Michigan's undefeated and shared National Championship season.
He sometimes also was a kick returner and wide receiver. He made some pretty exciting plays in both.
But I would have to say that some of the most exciting plays he made were some of the very key defensive plays he made in the 1997 season. And his NFL career has gone against the typical Heisman busts out there.