In 2011, the Seattle Seahawks drafted three key members of a defense that would be among the most vaunted group of the decade. In the fourth round, they selected linebacker K.J. Wright. In the 6th round, they selected cornerback Byron Maxwell. And in the 5th round, they selected a converted wide receiver out of Stanford University named Richard Sherman. Alongside Earl Thomas, Sherman became the leader of the team’s “Legion Of Boom” secondary, and quickly ascended into the conversation for best cornerback in the NFL. Between 2012 and 2014, Sherman was named a First-Team All Pro three consecutive times, and a second-team All-Pro another time.