23. Tony Boselli:
Playing offensive line, Boselli didn’t necessarily garner the attention of more high-profile football players such as quarterbacks and wide receivers. But make no mistake; he was one of the greats during his playing years. Boselli was selected as the No. 2 pick in the 1995 NFL draft, making him the first-ever draft choice of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
He immediately paid dividends on that high draft investment, becoming one of the most effective offensive tackles in the NFL. His accomplishments in the NFL are many; he made five Pro Bowls and was thrice named a First-team All-Pro. Boselli was well-known for rarely allowing his quarterback to be sacked – he allowed only 15.5 such plays his entire career. Unfortunately, Boselli was forced into retirement when serious shoulder injuries derailed his otherwise illustrious career. He soon became a colorful commentator on TV, drawing high praise for his work as a play-by-play commentator for Jacksonville.