Antonio Brown went from a converted quarterback walk-on at Central Michigan University in 2007, to perhaps the NFL’s best wide receiver a decade later. In three years at Central Michigan, he had over 990 yards receiving each year, and at least six touchdown catches. But no NFL team selected Brown until the Pittsburgh Steelers took him with the 195th pick in the 6th round of the 2010 NFL Draft. In his eight NFL seasons since then, Brown has recorded 1,000+ yards receiving in six of them, and has led the NFL twice in receiving yards. In 2015, he had a career-high 1,834 yards receiving.