31. Nnamdi Asomugha, 2003, Raiders
This is a close call because you could also make a strong argument for both Greg Olsen and Cameron Heyward. But we’ll give the nod to Asomugha, who spent half a decade as one of the top shutdown cornerbacks in the NFL. Those can be tough to find.
Asomugha was named to either the first or second-team team All-Pro on four occasions, yet was only invited to three Pro Bowls. He spent all of his best years with the Raiders despite playing elsewhere later in his career and is still considered to be one of the best defensive backs in franchise history.