20. Jim Plunkett (Stanford)
Before the golden-armed prospects from Stanford University like John Elway and Andrew Luck, there was Jim Plunkett — the winner of the 1970 Heisman Trophy and the guy who set Pac-10 passing records. When Plunkett won the Heisman Trophy, he beat out guys like Joe Theismann of Notre Dame and Archie Manning of Ole Miss to win the award, joining the those two in having accomplished NFL careers.
In 1970, during his senior year, Plunkett led the Cardinal to their first Rose Bowl appearance, and helped his team subsequently upset the heavily-favored Ohio State Buckeyes.