10. Haloti Ngata – DT, 2006 NFL Draft
Haloti Ngata was drafted out of the University of Oregon with the 12th-overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, and it’s hard to say he was anything but a resounding success for the Baltimore Ravens.
During his career with the Ravens, Ngata went to five Pro Bowls, was twice selected First Team All-Pro, three times selected as Second Team All-Pro, and won a Super Bowl with the team.
Generally speaking, Ngata would line up as the Ravens’ strongside defensive end in their 3-4 defense, but he had the versatility to also line up as a nose tackle, especially in their nickel defense.
During his time in Baltimore, Ngata was generally considered to be one of the best defensive linemen in the NFL. Eventually, Ngata was traded by the Baltimore Ravens to the Detroit Lions in 2015 in exchange for a fourth- and fifth-round draft pick.
Ngata played for the Lions through last season, and signed with the Philadelphia Eagles this offseason.