28. DeAngelo Williams
Williams is proof that running backs can come out of any college, in any division, and be a major asset to an NFL team at any point. Just ask Carolina and Pittsburgh about that. Williams played at the University of Memphis, part of the Conference USA. Williams was able to dominate every year he played there.
As a sophomore, he ran for 1,430 yards and 10 TDs. As a junior, he rushed for 1,948 and 22 TDs. Then as a senior, he rushed for 1,964 yards and 18 TDs. This final year landed him First-Team All-American honors. He’d sadly finish seventh in the Heisman race in 2005. However, he is among the only players ever to be named Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year more than once. He won it three times.