7. OG Andrew Norwell — Carolina Panthers (2016)
Andrew Norwell was a four star recruit and the 59th best high school player in the country in 2010 according to Rivals. He went on to start every game from his sophomore to his senior year at Ohio State, helping the Buckeyes to their best rushing attack ever in 2013, and he was First Team All Big Ten two seasons in a row before graduating.
Despite all that, Norwell went undrafted in 2014 due to concerns about his athleticism. Maybe teams should’ve focused on the film. The Panthers gave Norwell a chance and inserted him into the starting lineup midway through his rookie season. Norwell was Pro Football Focus’s number nine ranked guard as a rookie. He moved up to fifth, then third the next two years and helped lead the Panthers to Super Bowl 50, then left Carolina in 2018 for a massive contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Andrew Norwell is now the highest paid guard in the entire NFL. Not bad for an undrafted dude.