It’s time to round out the Final Four. Both trios from North Carolina and Arizona State include veteran leaders who have had plenty of career-defining moments.

Read below to see who represents these two schools’ trios, then submit your vote on Twitter with the hashtags #UNCTrio or #ASUTrio.

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Julius Peppers, Carolina Panthers | 1999-01

Peppers is one of the rare breeds of DI athletes that played multiple sports in college. A power forward on the UNC basketball team as well as a star defensive end for the football team, Peppers was exceptional on the gridiron where he was named to the All-ACC First Team in his sophomore and junior seasons. He was a unanimous All-American in 2001. Peppers was drafted second overall in the 2002 NFL draft to his hometown Carolina Panthers. The now 37-year-old veteran has had a decorated pro career, being named to nine Pro Bowls, six All-NFL teams and the NFL’s 2000s All-Decade team. Now in his second stint with the Panthers after spending time with the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers, Peppers ranks fifth on the NFL’s all-time sack list (150) and is just 0.5 sacks away from jumping into fourth place.

Andrew Miller, Cleveland Indians | 2004-06