17. Frank Gore
Frank Gore is probably the Rodney Dangerfield of running backs among the top 10 in the NFL’s all-time rushing list: he just doesn’t seem to get the respect he deserves, especially considering the names he can be mentioned amongst. A third-round pick in the 2005 NFL Draft who is still in the NFL, Gore currently ranks eighth on the all-time rushing list — ahead of Tony Dorsett and Jim Brown — and could leapfrog guys like Jerome Bettis and LaDainian Tomlinson to move into the top five by the time this season is over. And yet, even with that type of productivity, Gore has never been named a First-Team All-Pro running back. If it’s any consolation, former Washington Redskins General Manager Scot McCloughan recently stated that Gore is one of the draft picks he’s most proud of identifying and taking as a lead personnel executive.