20. Jack Youngblood, 1971, Rams
Youngblood gives us another old-school pick, out-performing every other 20th overall pick for over 40 years. He actually started out his career backing up the great Deacon Jones, but soon got his chance and made the most of it. The Rams ended up trading Jones to make way for Youngblood to take over.
Despite being a little undersized, even by 1970s standards, Youngblood was strong and quick, not to mention tough. He spent the 1979 playoffs playing with a broken fibula and even played in the Pro Bowl with it after the Rams lost the Super Bowl. He was NFL Defensive Player of the Year on two occasions, a member of the 1970s All-Decade Team, and truly one of a kind.