The Packers have had some outstanding quarterbacks throughout their history. Before Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre, there was the brilliant Starr. However, unlike Favre and Rodgers, nobody expected Starr to be a breakout star. He came out of nowhere after the Packers made him the 200th overall pick in 1956.
That’s right, the Alabama QB fell to the 17th round of a grueling draft. But he belied his lowly status and emerged as the starter in his third season. Then he became a franchise legend in Green Bay’s most successful period. They won five NFL Championships and two Super Bowls with Starr playing a crucial role (via NBC Sports).