10. LB Kwon Alexander Drafted By: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2015)
Kwon Alexander didn’t come to the NFL with a lot of hype compared to many of his LSU counterparts, falling to the fourth round on draft day, but he settled quickly into the Bucs defense after an impressive training camp. Alexander started all 12 games he played as a rookie, then led the NFL with 108 solo tackles his sophomore season.
Kwon Alexander continued his ascent in his third season with a career high three interceptions, and he made his first Pro Bowl that offseason. The 2018 season started well again for Alexander before disaster struck when he tore his ACL and missed most of the season. Alexander signed a big contract with the 49ers in March and will continue his career in San Francisco this fall.