Jason and the rest of the guys in this club are total stars. It's not an easy team to get on, either. To even be considered, you have to go on at least one epic quest, kill tons of people in a war, or slay a monster or two. (What? Is that all?)
These twins are super jocks. Being the sons of Ares, they're definitely unafraid of the hard-hitting action required on the football field (or battlefield). The only trouble with these two is that they don't play well with others. Well, not with each other at least. When they were trying to decide where to build Rome, Romulus ended up stabbing his brother to death. (Man, where's a ref when you need one?)
Castor and Pollux (Polydeuces) totally made the team when they kicked butt with Jason and the Argonauts, helped hunt the Calydonian Boar, and rescued their sister Helen from the lecherous clutches of Theseus. Just like Romulus and Remus, the Dioscuri are twins. Today, they chill in the sky as the constellation Gemini.
Menelaus's brother Agamemnon was kind of like a quarterback mixed with a head coach for the Greek army during the Trojan War. He was the dude who made up the strategies and drafted the players, but he also didn't mind getting into the battle, calling the plays, and doing a little damage with his own two hands.
Agamemnon's brother, Menelaus, may not be the beefiest of all the Greeks, but he definitely got in the game. During the Trojan War, he took out enough Trojans to earn his place in the hall of fame. If only his wife Helen had been more into jocks than pretty boys like Paris, a whole lot of lives would've been saved.
If the Greek army had played football in their off time during the Trojan War, Achilles would have been first-pick for everybody's team. He was the buffest, hottest, most skilled dude around. Hate him or love him, you can't deny that Achilles was the jockiest jock of the Trojan War.
Hector was the number one player for Troy during the Trojan War, and he was definitely a sight to behold on the battlefield. Tons of Greeks fell to him, and his skills got him a draw in a one on one battle with the massive Ajax. Even though he had the home field advantage, though, Troy's top player was eventually taken down by the mighty Achilles.
If Ajax were still stomping around the earth today, you'd better believe every NFL team would be trying to recruit him. He's massive, strong, and not to be trifled with. Ajax might have been the second best warrior of the Greeks at Troy, but we're pretty sure he could wreak major havoc on a modern day football field.
Aeneas is not to be messed with on the battlefield, and we're guessing he could totally regulate on the football field, too. Sure, he's not totally popular with some of the big Greek jocks like Heracles and Achilles—they're still holding a grudge because he's Trojan and his descendants founded Rome. But to all the Trojan and Roman fans out there, Aeneas is the jock of jocks.
Heracles is probably the only Greek hero who could step to Achilles. It's a good thing they weren't from the same generation; we have a feeling they totally would've had it out. Heracles was massively strong, and his list of amazing feats is pretty much endless. Heracles, like Aeneas, did so much awesome stuff while he was alive that he became a god after he died.
God of thunder and the son of Odin, Thor is a top dog to the ancient Norse people. Like Heracles, this guy is freakishly strong. The cults of these two jocks actually got totally mixed up over the years, and Heracles's club pendants became kind of interchangeable with the hammer pendants of Thor. Hmm, maybe their marketing teams should've worked a little harder on brand recognition.
Gilgamesh is the awesome Sumerian/Babylonian king of Uruk. He is the star of The Epic of Gilgamesh, a poem about his adventures and his quest for immortality and eternal life. Just like Jason, Heracles, and Thor, Gilgamesh gets into lots of trouble and defeats some pretty gross monsters.
King Arthur is a noble warrior and star of some very famous legends. Does the phrase "the knights of the round table" ring any bells? Well, King Arthur is basically the first knight in shining armor. NBD.
Cúchullain is a rad hero from Celtic legends. He has a trusty, deadly spear that slaughters anything that comes in its path. Legend has it that Cúchullain was offered immortality, but he turned it down (how noble!). In battle, he is often described as being monster-like because he gets so stinkin' worked up.
That's right, you heard us. Superman also belongs in this clique of jocks. He's a very important American legend who has plenty of adventures and soars above any obstacles that come his way.