It was hard to leave either one off the list, so Paul Hornung and Don Hutson get the nods.
Hornung played from 1957-66, and Hutson from 1935-45, but both had similar roles.
In Hutson's era, there was no prior WR position in the NFL, so he kind of invented the position. He had almost 8,000 yards receiving with 99 TDs, with a career-high 17 in 1942.
In 116 games, Hutson also had three rushing TDs, was 7-for-17 on field goals, went 1-for-11 passing with one TD, and had 30 INTs on defense with one TD.
The Golden Boy, Hornung, played 104 games in GB (suspened the entire '63 season for gambling) and had 3,711 yards rushing with 50 TDs.
He also had 12 receiving TDs, was 66-for-140 on field goals and 190-for-194 on PATs, and threw for five TDs.
Hornung and Hutson simply did it all during their time in Green Bay.
Hutson was enshrined in Canton in 1963, and Hornung in 1986.
Honorable Mentions: Arnie Herber, Clarke Hinkle and Cal Hubbard