University of Michigan Football All-American
Defensive Tackle, 1995
Learning the value of hard work while growing up on a farm in rural Indiana, Horn's efforts paid off in a stellar defensive career that was capped by being named first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches' Association in 1995. Consistently ranked among team and league leaders in sacks and tackles for loss, he was a two-time first team All-Big Ten pick. He made 18 tackles for loss as a senior and set a Michigan single season record with 122 yards of tackles for loss yardage. He finished as Michigan's second all-time leader in quarterback sacks (24), third in sack yardage (184), third in career tackles for loss (39) and second in TFL yardage (236).