2013. DeAndre Hopkins (Pick: Eric Fisher)
You can make a great argument around the 2013 NFL Draft being one of the worst classes of the past two decades. While 11 players from the first round of this group did make a Pro Bowl at some point in their career, almost none of them would be considered among the very best at their position.
The only exception to this would be wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who went from being one of the best wide receivers in the NFL over the past few years to perhaps the best wide receiver in the NFL today.