10. Marcus Allen, 1982, Raiders
This was another impossible decision because Rod Woodson, Jerome Bettis, Herman Moore and a couple of other players were excellent choices at no. 10 overall. On the other hand, there’s only one Marcus Allen.
He’s one of the few players to win the Heisman one year and Rookie of the Year the next year. Allen also led the NFL in rushing touchdowns as a rookie and did so again over a decade later. In between, he won MVP, Super Bowl MVP, and went to six Pro Bowls on his way to over 12,000 yards rushing and a spot in the Hall of Fame.