Tight end Dallas Goedert (above) had little issue transitioning from South Dakota State to the pros. Taken in the second round for his playmaking ability, Goedert finished the regular season with 33 catches for 334 yards and four touchdowns while playing 48 percent of the snaps, and proved a willing and effective blocker. He and Zach Ertz should make for the top tight end duo in the league moving forward.
Corner Avonte Maddox, a fourth-round selection, deserves some ink as well. He has started at three different positions (outside corner, safety, slot) and helped stabilize the secondary following a slew of injuries: