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Aqib Talib was the 20thOverall Pick in 2008, but the former Kansas Jayhawk struggled early to live up to expectations.  Winning the starting job at Left Cornerback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in his sophomore year, Talib did well, but it was not until 2012, when he was traded to the New England Patriots where his star began to rise.
Drafted in 2004 with the third overall pick by the San Diego Chargers, Eli Manning did not want to play for the Bolts, and he was quickly dealt to the New York Giants, where he would play his entire career.  A four-time Pro Bowl Selection, he would take the Giants to two Super Bowl Championships, both against the heavily favored New…
James Develin was undrafted from Brown in 2010 and bounced from the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgz of the Arena League to the Florida Tuskers of the United Football League before he landed a spot on the practice squad of the Cincinnati Bengals.
A two-time Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year at Utah, Eric Weddle was drafted in the Second Round in 2007 by the San Diego Chargers.  Weddle took over as the starting Free Safety in his sophomore season, and he would play for the Chargers for nine seasons, with three of them earning him a trip to the Pro Bowl.  He…
One of the best football players, regardless of the position that Central Michigan ever produced, has to be Joe Staley.
Jon Condo was undrafted in 2005, but the Maryland Terrapin signed with the Dallas Cowboys, playing in three Games at Special Teams.
The son of Hall of Famer Howie Long and brother of Chris Long, Kyle Long had a nice career in his own right, especially in the beginning.
Luke Kuechly was the best Linebacker in the NCAA in 2011, where the Boston College player would win the ACC Defensive Player of the Year Award, Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Butkus Award, Lombardi Award, and Lott Trophy. He was drafted Ninth Overall in that year's draft by the Carolina Panthers, and he would immediately establish himself as one of the best interior…
Marshal Yanda played his entire career with the Baltimore Ravens, and he is easily amongst the best Offensive Lineman in team history.
Darren Sproles was nicknamed “The Lightning Bug” and it was an absolute joy to watch the 5’ 6” Running Back frustrate opposing tacklers on a weekly basis. 
Bennett went undrafted out of Texas A&M in 2009 but was signed by the Seattle Seahawks, though he was released after a brief run on the practice squad.  The Tampa Bay Buccaneers claimed him, where he made the team and as a backup Defensive End. Bennett became a starter in 2011, and in 2012, he had his best year as a Buccaneer…

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A late First Round pick from Wisconsin, Travis Frederick was an immediate starter for the Dallas Cowboys when he arrived in 2013.
The pro career of Vernon Davis began when he was drafted 6thOverall in 2006 by the San Francisco 49ers. In the Bay Area, Davis would spend the first ten seasons of his career and have his greatest individual success. In 2009 and 2013, Davis was named to the Pro Bowl, and he would lead the NFL in Receiving Touchdowns with 13.  He had…
Zak DeOssie was a three-time All-Ivy League player at Brown, where the New York Giants drafted the Linebacker in 2007.