In one of the greatest drafts of all-time, there were plenty of players to choose from, including: Marvin Harrison, Muhsin Muhammad (Always one of the most underrated players in the NFL), Brian Dawkins, Ray Lewis, Zach Thomas, Tedy Bruschi, and Joe Horn.
But Terrell Owens is the biggest steal. Let me clarify quickly, this is not an article about the absolute best player from every draft. Otherwise, that might have to go to Ray Lewis. However, this article is entirely about getting more "Bang for your Buck," which I think teams got plenty of with Terrell Owens, who was drafted with the 89th pick of the 1996 NFL draft.
He is the only player in NFL history to score a receiving touchdown against every NFL team. Not only that, but he's scored two against every team.
He is the oldest player to have a 98-yard reception (two weeks before turning 36), 78-yard reception (a couple months from 37), and a 200-yard receiving game (also, nearing 37). It's incredible how in shape he is even though he's nearing his 40s.
Over his career, he has compiled a number of statistics and awards including:
Six-Time Pro Bowl selection (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007)
Five-Time All-Pro selection (2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007)
He also compiled 1,078 receptions, almost 16,000 receiving yards, 152 touchdowns, and second all-time in receiving yards and touchdowns.
People talk about T.O. like he isn't even in the top 10 receivers of all time, because of his attitude. But as a player, I believe he is arguably in the top three. Personally, I would put him behind only Jerry Rice and Cris Carter. So clearly, he is one of the biggest draft steals of all time.