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Junior running back is the 100th first-team All-American in Penn State history
Penn State legend to be inducted May 15 at Victory Awards Dinner in Charleston
Conlan, Dozier and Wisniewski Instrumental in Penn State's Unbeaten 1986 National Championship Team
All-American Selection: 1981, 1982
Tailback, 1981 and 1982, Pineville, W.Va., selected by Walter Camp and United Press International in 1981 and by Senior Team in 1982. In 1981, Warner rushed for 1,044 yards and scored nine touchdowns. He led Penn State to its first national title in 1982, rushing for 1,041 yards and eight TDs and catching 24 passes for 335 yards and five scores. Warner gained 100 or more yards 18 times in his career, including the final five games. The No. 1 pick of Seattle in the 1983 National Football League Draft, he played seven seasons (1983-89) there before signing with the Los Angeles Rams in 1990. Warner owns an automobile dealership and lives in Camas, Wash.