WR Tim Brown, Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders:
After rating as the first wide receiver to win the Heisman Trophy, Brown stormed into the NFL with a rookie-season record for all-purpose yards with 2,317 after Oakland made him the sixth overall pick in the 1988 draft. He would go on to set numerous records that still stand, such as the record for most consecutive starts by a receiver with 176, in addition to Raiders team records for most touchdowns with 104, 1,070 receptions for 14,734 yards and 99 touchdowns, 320 punt returns for 3,272 yards and three touchdowns, most all-purpose yards with 19,431, and most yards from scrimmage with 14,924.
But the fact he never won the big game may have played into his status as perhaps one of the more underrated wide receivers to rack up such a decorated career. Brown was passed over for induction into the Hall of Fame in 2012 and 2013 before ultimately becoming enshrined in 2015. A Super Bowl may have altered that decision and got him in sooner like he deserved.