4. DB Malcolm Jenkins — New Orleans Saints (2009)
Malcolm Jenkins played mostly cornerback for the Buckeyes, playing in 50 games across four seasons with Ohio State. Jenkins had 11 interceptions for the Bucks, returning two for a touchdown, and he won the Jim Thorpe Award as a senior, given to the nation’s most outstanding defensive back.
Jenkins began his NFL career as a corner but moved pretty quickly to safety, settling in as mostly a free safety. He’s continued to be a huge playmaker in the NFL, with seven defensive touchdowns in his ten year career. Jenkins started five seasons with the Saints before signing with the Eagles, and he’s been there ever since. He is a two time Super Bowl champion, once with each franchise, and he’s made three Pro Bowls in the last four years.