​Kendall Gill

Member of the "Flyin Illini." As a Sr., led the Big 10 in scoring and was a 1st team All-American.  Inducted as a member of the Illini All-Century Team in 20014. 







Jim Grabowski

The Big Ten's career rushing leader after the 1965 season-third in the Heisman Trophy balloting. A two-time consensus All-American, was the 1964 Rose Bowl MVP. First-round draft pick of the Green Bay Packers and went on to play six seasons in the NFL with the Packers and Chicago Bears









Deon Thomas

Finished his career as the all-time leading scorer in Illini history, with 2129 career points scored and an 18.0 points per game scoring average. Thomas is the only men's basketball player in Illinois history to score at least 2000 career points








MORE TO COME!!!!







*All celebs subject to change and based on availability

Robert Archibald

32nd overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft





​Walter Young

Former Pitsburgh Steeler- Young finished his college career ranking third on the Illini all-time list with 2,382 receiving yards and 15 touchdown receptions.







​Kiwane Garris

Second All-Time in scoring at Illinois- 1,948 Pts





​Lucas Johnson

Won Back-to-Back Big 10 titles in 2001-2002. First Illini Player to win the "Matto Award" for hustle



​Kurt Kittner

Former NFL Player

All-time Illini Leader in Passing TD's- 70




​Stephen Bardo

Flying Illini Member, Big 10 Network Analyst

Big 10 - Defensive Player of the Year- 1989

Ryan Baker

CBS 2 Chicago Sports News Anchor

FRIDAY - AUGUST 11th, 2017 - DEERFIELD GOLF CLUB

Chicago's Premier Illini Golf Outing - All Proceeds Benefit The Department of Recreation, Sport & Tourism

​Run Independently and facilitated by RST Illini Alum 


***11:30 AM Registration starts,  1:00 PM Shotgun start***

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