Pavel Datsyuk,Centerman, Detroit Redwings: NHL Highlights: NHL Second All-Star Team — 2009, Selected to the NHL All-Star Game — 2004, 2008, 2009*, 2012, Played in the NHL Young Stars Game — 2002, Stanley Cup (Detroit Red Wings) — 2002, 2008, Lady Byng Memorial Trophy — 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, Frank J. Selke Trophy — 2008, 2009, 2010, NHL Plus-Minus Award — 2008, NHL Offensive Player of the Month — December 2003, Carhartt “Hardest Working” Player of the Month — December 2007, 2010–2011 NHL Players Poll: Hardest to Take the Puck Off of, Cleanest Player., 2011–2012 NHL Players Poll: Smartest Player, Most Difficult to Play Against, Hardest to Take the Puck From, Most Difficult to Stop, Cleanest Player, Toughest Forward to Play Against.
Calvin “Megatron” Johnson, Wide Receiver, Detroit Lions: CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Four Pro Bowl selections; Three-time First Team All Pro; Second Team All ProThe two-time NFL receiving yards leader, Johnson has a rare combination of size, speed, hands, strength, leaping ability, body control, and hand-eye coordination. ‘Megatron’ is a nickname given to him by a former teammate and it quickly caught on with fans due to his incredible pass-catching ability.
Justin Verlander, Pitcher, Detroit Tigers: CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: 6-time All Star; Rookie of the Year (AL); MVP (AL); Cy Young Award; Pitching Triple Crown (AL); Sporting News Player of the Year; Players Choice Award for Most Outstanding AL Pitcher; record for post-season scoreless innings (30) against one team (Athletics)
Andre Drummond, Center, Detroit Pistons: CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: All-Rookie Second Team; Rising Stars Challenge MVP. One of the most highly regarded prospects of the 21st century, Drummond was an instant jolt of energy for Detroit, averaging nearly eight points/eight rebounds and two blocks in less than 20 minutes per game in his inaugural professional season, and was a Rookie-of-the-Year finalist. The Gold Medal winner with the US National team at the FIBA World U-17 Championship, Drummond is a wealth of talent that will continue to flow for many years to come.