Wide receiver Brandin Cooks, 20th pick in 1st round of 2014 by New Orleans Saints: Cooks has exploded into one of the speediest deep threats in the NFL, racking up over 80 catches and 1,100 yards last season.
Wide receiver Markus Wheaton, 79th pick in 3rd round of 2013 by Pittsburgh Steelers: Wheaton has become part of the most productive wide receiving corps in the NFL, complementing Antonio Brown and Martavis Bryant perfectly.
Offensive guard Andy Levitre, 51st pick in 2nd round of 2009 by Buffalo Bills: Levitre has played 100 games and started 100 games and made the All-Rookie team his first year in the league. Levitre has earned his keep with his performance in the pros.
Defensive tackle Stephen Paea, 53rd pick in 2nd round of 2011 by Chicago Bears: Paea still hasn’t found his footing, but the talent is all there to dominate at the next level.
Running back Jacquizz Rodgers, 145th pick in 5th round of 2011 by Atlanta Falcons: Quizz has had his moments in the NFL as a second speedier option in the backfield in the Georgia Dome.