11. Russell Wilson
Even in the weeks leading up to the 2012 NFL Draft, most people acknowledged the fact that if Russell Wilson was just a few inches taller, he would’ve challenged Robert Griffin III to be the second quarterback taken in said draft, behind Andrew Luck. But shortly after the Seattle Seahawks stole him with a 3rd round pick, it became apparent that they simply couldn’t justify Wilson not being the most capable player to start for his team, even as a rookie.
Wilson repaid the Seahawks decision with a playoff win in his rookie season, and a Super Bowl win in his second season. He owns a myriad of franchise records for passing, and has consistently been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL through the latter part of the 2010’s.