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Carson Palmer (2003), Keyshawn Johnson (1996), Ricky Bell (1977), O.J. Simpson (1969), Ron Yary (1968)-No. 1 Overall
USC not only produces Heisman trophy winners, but also No. 1 draft picks as the Trojans have equaled Notre Dame for most No. 1 picks.
The latest is Carson Palmer. Palmer spent his first eight seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, making two Pro Bowls. He played the past two years with Oakland and is now a member of the Arizona Cardinals.
Next up is Keyshawn Johnson. Johnson was selected by the New York Jets in 1996. He spent time with the Jets, Tampa Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys and Carolina Panthers during his 11-year NFL career. He also made three Pro Bowls and won a Super Bowl.
Ricky Bell was drafted in 1977 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The running back spent five years in Tampa Bay before playing his final season with the San Diego Chargers. He only totaled 16 career touchdowns.
O.J. Simpson was not only a Heisman trophy winner, but also a dominant running back for the Buffalo Bills. "The Juice" played nine seasons for the Bills and then two with San Francisco. He made five Pro Bowls and was a four-time rushing champion. Simpson was also the 1973 NFL MVP.
The final name on the list is Ron Yary. The offensive tackle was taken one year before Simpson by the Minnesota Vikings. He played 14 seasons there and then a year with the Los Angeles Rams. The seven-time Pro Bowler was a member of the 1970s All-Decade Team along with Simpson.