11. OT Taylor Decker — Detroit Lions (2016)
Decker started his career on special teams for the Buckeyes but turned into a pretty special player himself. He started at right tackle in 2013, then moved to left tackle as a junior, the only returning offensive line starter on a team that plowed holes for Ezekiel Elliott all season en route to a national championship. Not a bad little turnaround.
Taylor Decker was one of five Ohio State players selected in the first round of the 2016 draft, and this time he didn’t start on special teams or at right tackle. He grabbed that left tackle job and hasn’t looked back, protecting Matthew Stafford’s blind side for the Lions for three seasons as a pro — though he certainly does a little less run blocking and a little more passing in Detroit.