2013: Tyler Eifert, TE, Cincinnati Bengals
Even though the Bengals already had a good tight end, this still turned out to be a pretty nice pick. Eifert started 15 games and caught 39 balls for 445 yards and two touchdowns. While he wasn’t an immediate star, Eifert was a very solid contributor as a rookie and he’s a guy you expect to continue to improve. If a guy like this was sitting around at No. 21 this year, you’d have to think the Packers would be pretty happy taking him. They need a tight end and Eifert has already posted better statistical numbers than the Packers current top tight end, Andrew Quarless.