12. Eli Manning, Ole Miss
As the son of Archie and brother of Peyton, the youngest Manning had a lot to live up to, but he acquitted himself well as a legacy at Ole Miss. He started for three seasons and was arguably the best quarterback in college football during that time. He threw for over 10,000 yards and 84 touchdowns, raising the level of the Ole Miss program substantially. As a senior, Manning won SEC Offensive Player of the Year, the Maxwell Award, the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, and finished third in the Heisman voting.
Manning was the top overall pick in the 2004 Draft and has at least come close to living up to that billing. He led the Giants to two Super Bowl wins, both of which were won in dramatic fashion with Manning leading a touchdown drive late in the 4th quarter. There have been some bumps along the way, but Manning will surely be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame one day.