2020 Football Eligibles

A former MVP of the Citrus Bowl and second overall draft pick in 2005, Ronnie Brown may not have had the same success that he did at Auburn as he did in the NFL but this is still a professional football player who was good enough to make a Pro Bowl (2008) and have a 1,000 Yard Rushing Season (2006). …
Known for his philanthropy, Ryan Clark was a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XLIII Championship team and would be a member of the AFC 2011 Pro Bowl Team. Clark would have a long and consistent career, though is unlikely to gain much of a look from the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
A Pro Bowl Selection in 2005, former Miami Hurricane, Santana Moss would become a member of the 10,000 Yard Club.  Moss would four times go over 1,000 Yards in a season.  An adept returner, Moss would also go over 12,000 Yards from Scrimmage.
From the University of Tennessee, Scott Wells would work his way from Special Teams to the starting Center for the Green Bay Packers.  Wells would help the Packers win Super Bowl XLV.
Working his way to become the Atlanta Falcons starting Free Safety in 2009, Thomas DeCoud would gradually improve year by year, becoming a Pro Bowl Selection in 2012.   He would play all but his final year in the NFL with the Falcons.
Undrafted in 2004 from Wake Forest, Tyson Clabo fought his way to not just a roster spot in the National Football League but a Pro Bowl Selection in 2010.  The fact that he started well over 100 Games at the elite of professional football will always be worth celebrating.
Playing in multiple positions on the offensive line, Wade Smith would have his best run of his career when he was with the Houston Texans. It was in Houston where he would make his lone Pro Bowl in 2012.