10. Gordon Gravelle- Gravelle was the 38th overall pick in the second round by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1972 draft.
Gravelle started 68 games over eight seasons in the NFL with three different teams.
Gravelle earned two Super Bowl rings as a member of the Steelers in 1974 and 1975. During those two years, Gravelle started every game but one at right tackle.
9. Larry Moore- after going undrafted, Moore made the Indianapolis Colts in 1998.
In fact, Moore managed to play 96 games, including 73 starts in eight seasons in the NFL for three different teams.
Moore had his most success with the Colts where he spent time at center and right guard. He started 48 of the 54 games he played with Indianapolis and did very well protecting a young Peyton Manning.
8. Marc Wilson- Wilson was the 15th pick in the first round of the 1980 draft by the Oakland Raiders.
Wilson saw regular season time as a backup and occasional starter.
Wilson spent most of his career as a member of the Raiders and that where he found pretty much all of his success. Wilson won 31 of his 50 starts in silver and black including eight fourth quarter comebacks.
His best season came in 1985, when Wilson won 11 of his 13 starts while passing for 2,608 yards and 16 touchdowns.
For his career, Wilson threw for 14,391 yards and 86 touchdowns while rushing for 611 yards and five scores.
7. Chad Lewis- Lewis went undrafted out of BYU but was able to make the Philadelphia Eagles.
As a rookie, Lewis only caught 12 passes for 94 yards but found the end zone four times. In fact, the first touchdown of his career was thrown by fellow BYU alum Ty Detmer.
Lewis played 110 of his 116 Game NFL career with the Eagles and was a three-time Pro Bowler.
The best year of his career came in 2000 when Lewis caught 69 passes for 735 yards and three touchdowns.
For his career, Lewis caught 229 passes for 2,361 yards and 23 touchdowns in nine seasons.
He was also very effective in the playoffs catching 38 passes for 409 yards and four touchdowns.
6. John Tait- Tait was the 14th overall pick in the first round of the 1999 draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Tait spent 10 seasons in the NFL with the Chiefs and the Chicago Bears as a left and right tackle.
During his career, Tait started 139 of the 148 games he appeared in, including all 136 games he played in his last nine years.