NFL Running Back 7yrs
- New York Giants 5 years (1989-1993)
- Chicago Bears 2 years (1993-1994)
- Tillman was drafted in the 4th round in 1989 by the NY Giants.
- He spent five years as a running back and special teams player for the Giants.
- He also was part the NY Giants Super Bowl Championship team in 1991.
- He spent two seasons with the Chicago Bears where he was the leading rusher in 1994.
- Prior to the NFL, Tillman enjoyed a great career at Jackson State University where he broke Walter Payton’s school career rushing record with 3,989 yards.
- He was a two-time Kodak All-American and Walter Camp All-American.
- In addition to being named the SWAC Offensive Player of the Year in 1987, he won the MVP award in both the East-West Shrine and
- Blue-Gray All-Star games.
- Since retiring from the NFL, Tillman has coached for 18 years on the high school and collegiate level.