3. OT Andrew Whitworth Drafted By: Cincinnati Bengals (2006)
Whitworth is the oldest player on this list at age 37, but he’s still going strong. Andrew Whitworth won LSU’s last national championship as a redshirt sophomore. He made All SEC his junior and senior seasons, not allowing a single sack over his final 22 games with the Tigers.
Whitworth played 11 seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals and started 164 games with the team, making a trio of Pro Bowls. He’s been a stalwart left tackle in the league for well over a decade. In 2017, Whiworth joined the Los Angeles Rams and made another Pro Bowl, and he’s anchored the line for a Rams team that’s been one of the best offenses in league history two years in a row. Whitworth has made three All Pro teams over the last five seasons and, even at age 37, remains an absolute rock at left tackle, ranked 11th among all offensive linemen for the 2018 season by Pro Football Focus.