Top 10 No. 20 overall picks in NFL Draft history

The late first-round could end up producing more gems
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8. Mike Quick, Philadelphia Eagles (1982)

Quick had a...uh...quick pro career in the NFL, as injuries forced him out of the league by the time he was 30. The North Carolina State product ranks this highly due to his prime from 1983 to 1987, during which he, an older Ron Jaworski, and a young Randall Cunningham made one of the more interesting passing games of the mid-1980s.

Quick, who led the league in yards in 1983, averaged 73.5 yards per game in those five years, catching 53 touchdown passes in 74 games. Quick was a Pro Bowler five years in a row, making First-Team All-Pro twice in that span. Had he stayed healthy, who knows what Quick could have accomplished?

Mike Quick was a solid No. 20 pick in the NFL Draft

7. Will Wolford, Buffalo Bills (1986)

Marv Levy's first draft pick with Buffalo, the Vanderbilt product Wolford wasted no time becoming a high-end starter on the offensive line. The popular trio of QB Jim Kelly, RB Thurman Thomas, and WR Andre Reed got all the love, Wolford was keeping everything operating with tremendous left tackle play.

Wolford started 191 games in a 13-year career, making three Pro Bowls in that span. Be it as a key member of those Bills teams who dominated the AFC for so long or on the pre-Peyton Manning Colts, Wolford carved out a solid career that was worthy of being picked might higher than 20th overall.