11. Eric Turner, S
Eric Turner was the second-overall pick of the 1991 Draft, and his selection seemed to kick the Bill Belichick era off on the right foot.
Turner started seven games at strong safety as a rookie, and started 13 of the 15 games he played in during the 1992 campaign.
He really broke out in 1993 after moving to free safety, coming up with five interceptions and 159 tackles.
With the Browns headed to the playoffs in 1994, Turner recorded one of the most memorable seasons ever by a Browns since, intercepting nine passes. He was named first-team all-pro and earned a Pro Bowl nod that season. His only other Pro Bowl selection came in 1996 as a member of the Baltimore Ravens.
He died in 2000 of stomach cancer.