Top 10 No. 20 overall picks in NFL Draft history

The late first-round could end up producing more gems
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2. Jack Youngblood, Los Angeles Rams (1971)

Perhaps the toughest man in NFL history, Youngblood played an entire Rams postseason run (and the Pro Bowl) with a broken leg in 1979. His toughness and tenacity led to him never missing a game in the pros, and that longevity made him a Hall of Fame defensive end with some incredibly impressive numbers.

Youngblood has been unofficially credited with 151.5 sacks, which would rank fifth all-time. He made seven Pro Bowls in a row and five First-Team All-Pro nods in a six-year span. Youngblood played in an era with a ton of great pass rushers, but his production is right up there with the best of them.

Forrest Gregg is the greatest No. 20 pick in NFL history

1. Forrest Gregg, Green Bay Packers (1956)

When Vince Lombardi reportedly calls you the finest player he ever coached, it's hard not to put Gregg at No. 1. Gregg is one of the greatest winners in NFL history, as he won the NFL championship five times and the Super Bowl three times during a 15-year career spent primarily in Green Bay.

Gregg was a Pro Bowler nine times and a First-Team All-Pro player seven times, all while manning left tackle for those iconic Packers teams and becoming the main reason Lombardi's famed "Packer Sweep" play worked so consistently. Gregg also became a fairly exceptional coach after playing.