25. Gordon Jolley: Jolley was selected in the 17th round (436th overall) by the Detroit Lions in the 1971 draft. He spent six years playing in the NFL for the Lions and the Seattle Seahawks on the offensive line appearing in 59 games (19 starts). His most productive season came in 1977 when Jolley made 11 starts for the Seahawks at left guard.
24. Frank Christensen: Christensen played 42 games over four seasons for the Detroit Lions from 1934-1937 as a fullback. His best season came in 1934 when Christensen carried the ball 96 times for 304 yards and two touchdowns.
For his career, Christensen registered 109 carries for 308 yards and two touchdowns while also making eight receptions for 158 yards and two scores.
23. Chris Fuamatu-Ma’afala: Fuamatu-Ma’afala was selected in the sixth round (178th overall) by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1998 draft. He spent sevens seasons in the NFL with the Steelers and the Jacksonville Jaguars. For his career, Fuamatu-Ma’afala registered 227 carries for 964 yards and eight touchdowns while catching 43 passes for 351 yards and two more scores. His best season came in 2001 when as a Steeler, he carried the ball 120 times for 453 yards and three touchdowns as well as catching 16 passes for 127 yards and a score.
22. Craig McEwen: McEwen made the Washington Redskins as an undrafted free-agent. He spent five years in the NFL with the Redskins and the San Diego Chargers. During that time, McEwen appeared in 54 games and made 108 catches for 1,310 yards and six touchdowns. His best season came in 1991 when as a member of the Chargers, McEwen appeared in all 16 games (six starts) and registered 37 receptions for 399 yards and three touchdowns.
21. Darryl Haley: Haley was selected in the second round (55th overall) by the New England Patriots in the 1982 draft. Haley split time in his six-year career with the Patriots, Green Bay Packers and Cleveland Browns and played in 79 games. The most impressive stretch of his career came with New England where Haley made 24 of his 25 NFL starts.