18. Nate “Tiny” Archibald (Drafted 19th Overall In 1970)
Back in 1970, being drafted 19th meant you were a second round pick. In his time, Nate was considered “too small” to be effective coming out of college. His size ultimately made him a nightmare for defenders, allowing a speedy Archibald to run by them with ease. Nate was an amazing scorer, even proving this from 1971 to 1977 when he scored around 21 points a game or more.
He actually led the league in scoring, assists, and minutes played in 1973. In total for his career, he landed on the All-NBA Second Team twice and the All-NBA First Team three times, even becoming an NBA All-Star 6 times. On top of this, Nate became an NBA Champion in 1981.