Matt LaPan

Ranking The All-Time Top Supplemental Draft Picks

Jul 10, 2013 4:00 PM EST

3. Jamal Williams, DT, 1998

Williams faced off-field problems at Oklahoma State that forced him to enter the Supplemental Draft, where San Diego selected him in the second round. Williams went on to become one of the most dominant defensive linemen in Chargers history.

Although Williams saw varied success in a 4-3 system early in his career, he became dominant following a shift to a 3-4 in 2004. Williams' move to the nose helped him earn three-consecutive All Pro nominations (2004-2006) and three straight Pro Bowl appearances from (2005-2007).