School: Alabama
Team: Green Bay Packers
Position: Quarterback
Year: 1956
Round: 15 (181 overall)
Inducted Into HOF: 1977

Starr's most prolific accomplishment is undoubtedly his back-to-back Super Bowl MVP awards in the game's first two years, but he was a very accomplished passer in the regular season too. Like current Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Starr had to ride the bench and wait his turn as a young player; after being drafted in 1956, he didn't become the full-time starter until 1959. Once he did take the reins, though, he was an immediate success, making four Pro Bowls and being named the 1966 NFL MVP.