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Top 100 UCF Knights Male Athletes of All-Time: #90-81

The countdown continues with some more football standouts

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We continue our countdown of the top 100 UCF male athletes of all-time. You can see the list of 91 to 100 and the criteria to be on the list right here.

#90- Marcus Jordan (Basketball)

Jordan played at UCF from 2009-2012, Jordan scored 1,152 points in his career which ranks 16th all-time. During Jordan’s freshman year, UCF was in the final year of a five-year contract with Adidas, but Jordan insisted on wearing Nike Air Jordan shoes out of loyalty to his father. This eventually prompted Adidas to terminate its sponsorship deal with UCF.

#89 - A.J. Bouye (Football)

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A.J. Bouye with the Jaguars in 2019
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Bouye was a Second Team C-USA pick in 2012 and was part of the C-USA Championship team in 2010. He played in three bowl games (‘09, ‘11, ‘12). Bouye has been in the NFL since 2013, playing for the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars, and is currently with the Denver Broncos.

#88 - Storm Johnson (Football)

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Storm Johnson
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Johnson played at UCF from 2012-2013 after transferring from Miami and was First Team All-AAC in 2013 as part of the Knights’ 2013 AAC Championship team that won the Fiesta Bowl.

#87 - Sean Johnson (Soccer)

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Sean Johnson

Johnson ranks 4th all-time at UCF in wins (11) and shutouts (7) and holds the school record for most saves by any UCF keeper in a single season with 108 in 2008. He played two seasons at UCF (2007-2008) and was selected in the 4th round of 2010 MLS Draft.

Johnson has played in the MLS with the Chicago Fire (2010-2016) and New York City FC (2017-present), and has been part of the U.S. National Team program since January of 2011, participating in two Gold Cups (2013 and 2017).

#86 - Alex Haynes (Football)

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Alex Haynes
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Haynes finished his career as UCF’s all-time leading rusher with 3,359 yards (currently 2nd all-time behind Kevin Smith) and top five in rushing touchdowns (27) while playing at UCF from 2001-2004.

T#85 - Nate Evans (Football)

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Nate Evans
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Evans was 2-time All AAC conference selection during his Knights career (2016-2019). Evans was part of 4 UCF bowl games which includes 2 AAC Championships during his career. Evans had 247 tackles in his career.

T-#85 - Torrell Troup (Football)

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Torrell Troup with the Buffalo Bills in 2010
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Troup was a two-time All-Conference USA pick. Troup started 39 of his 47 career games played making 105 tackles, 24 of which were for a loss. Troup was Team captain as a senior helping the Knights to a St. Petersburg Bowl bid. He was also a starter on UCF’s 2007 Conference USA Championship team which played in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl. Troup was a 2nd round draft pick at 2010 NFL draft by the Buffalo Bills.

#84 - Dylan Moore (Baseball)

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Dylan Moore with the Seattle Mariners at Spring Training in 2020
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Moore played at UCF from 2014-2015 making All-AAC conference twice with being a 1st teamer in 2015. Moore hit .322 during his Knights career. Moore was drafted in the 7th round of 2015 MLB Draft. Currently is part of the Seattle Mariners organization.

#83 - Mike Hughes (Football)

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Hughes made a huge impact in his one season at UCF in 2017 earning 2nd team all-american as well as earning 1st team All Conference in American as a corner and 2nd team as a returner. Hughes returned 1 punt return for a TD and 2 kick-offs for a touchdown including one of the memorable plays in UCF history with the game winning kick return for touchdown in the Knights Black Friday win over South Florida. Hughes was drafted in 1st round of 2018 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings.

#82 - Elgin Davis (Football)

Davis ran for 2,064 yards and 23 touchdowns during his time at UCF (1983-1985). He was drafted by the New England Patriots in 1987, becoming the second player ever drafted out of UCF. He played two seasons in Foxboro before signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers and later playing with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL. Davis was inducted into the UCF Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010. He has since become a successful businessman and prolific content producer.

#81 - J.J. Worton (Football)

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Worton finished fifth all-time at UCF in receptions (168) and ninth in receiving yards (2,360) during his Knights career (2011-2014). He was part of UCF’s AAC Championship team in 2013 and three bowl teams overall (‘12-’14).

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