3. Charles Woodson
Many consider Charles Woodson to be the one of the greatest corners of all-time. He got his start at the University of Michigan. How impressive was he at Michigan? Woodson became the first defensive player to win the Heisman Trophy, and to this day, he is the only one to do so. To be fair, he was used as an offensive weapon as well. Woodson also returned punts, but he’s primarily known for having a knack for huge interceptions. In Woodson’s three-year college career, he had 16 interceptions and 370 receiving yards to go along with three receiving touchdowns.
The Heisman Trophy winner was drafted by the Oakland Raiders. He might be their best defensive player of all-time. 27 of his career interceptions came with Oakland. However, his best years might have come with the Green Bay Packers. The highlight of his career sure did, as he helped the Packers win the Super Bowl in 2010.
Woodson tallied 65 interceptions in his career. That’s impressive because many quarterbacks chose not to throw anywhere near him, especially with the Raiders. Woodson is not a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame yet, but he shouldn’t have to wait too long to get in. He’s already a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.