11. JJ Watt, 2011, Texans
This spot is nearly impossible to pick. Quarterbacks Frank Gifford and Ben Roethlisberger were an option, as was wide receiver Michael Irvin. But how do you not go with a guy like Watt, who has such an amazing football story, makes such an impact on the field, and is such an incredible person off the field?
Think about this, Watt began his college career at Central Michigan as a tight end before having to walk-on at Wisconsin. From there, he became an All-American, was drafted 11th overall, and won NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors three times. With all due respect to Gifford, Roethlisberger, and Irvin, getting Watt 11th overall is the best value.