College, not really. I went to a community college. High School? I went to two. We had some good Alumni: Forrest Fezler, former PGA Tour golfer Melissa Haro, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model Thomas A. Heredia, C.E.O. of Ionics Ultrapure Water in East San Jose Roger Maltbie, professional golfer and sportscaster Jim Plunkett, former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Willy T. Ribbs, first African-American to race in the Indianapolis 500 Luis Valdez, an American playwright and film director, "father of Chicano theater" The Undertaker, American Pro Wrestler, Multitime WWF/WWE Champion. Undefeated at Wrestlemania 20-0 The second high school: Viet Pham, chef, Extreme Chef, Iron Chef America Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns Sandra McCoy, actress/dancer Matt Sanchez, war correspondent/journalist Brian Nixon, author, journalist, and broadcaster Rex Walters, former National Basketball Association player and currently University of San Francisco men's basketball coach Eric Guerrero, three time NCAA wrestling champion and 2004 Olympian Mekenna Melvin, actress John Tuggle, former National Football League player, member of the 1983 New York Giants, drafted with the final pick (nicknamed Mr. Irrelevant) of the 1983 NFL Draft. Phil Johnson, comedian and musician Alana Evans, adult film actress Vanessa Tran, 2011 World Series of Tetris Champion, Paris By Night Guest Host. Al De Guzman, De Anza Bomber When I graduated in 1987 Plunkett had won 2 Super Bowls and Jim McMahon 1. Jim played high school football in the same 11 school high school district. I think that was pretty impressive that East Side Union High School District of San Jose quarter backs had won 3 of 20 Super bowls at the time.