8. Antrel Rolle, CB, Arizona Cardinals
Rolle was one of the few top-10 picks in 2005 that lived up to his billing. He was a three-year starter at Miami and was named First-Team All-Big East as a sophomore in 2002 and First-Team All-ACC in 2004 as a senior. He was also a unanimous All-American with the Hurricanes in 2004.
Rolle went on to spend 11 seasons in the NFL, earning three invitations to the Pro Bowl. In 2010, the Giants made him the highest-paid safety in NFL history, and the following season, Rolle helped the Giants win a Super Bowl. He signed a three-year deal with the Bears in 2015, which turned out to be his final season, as injuries limited him to seven games and ultimately led to the Bears releasing him the following year.