Indiana Football: Some of the most notable NFL Draft Picks in school history.

Indiana Football has had players drafted since inception of the NFL Draft. Who are some of the more notable players the Hoosiers have produced.
Michigan State Spartans vs University of Indiana Hoosiers
Michigan State Spartans vs University of Indiana Hoosiers / Rick Stewart/GettyImages
4 of 4

Antwaan Randle El: 2002

Antwaan Randle El
Antwaan Randle El / Chris Covatta/GettyImages

Illinois native Antwaan Randle El was too small to play Division I football. He was also too small to play in the NFL. It's a good thing that he didn't listen to anyone who told him those things. Randle El was one of the most exciting players -- if not the best player -- in school history.

He was an All-American and Big Ten Offensive player of the year (2001) before being drafted in the second round by the Pittsburgh Steelers. While in Pittsburgh, he converted to wide receiver. Randle El was an All-Pro (2005) and a Super Bowl Champion while with the Steelers.

Tracy Porter: 2008

Tracy Porter
Ball State v Indiana / Andy Lyons/GettyImages

Tracey Porter will always be remembered for his pick six against Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts when he was a member of the New Orleans Saints. There are few Super Bowls that meant more to a city than that one.

Porter was one of the more respected defensive backs of his era, playing for five teams in nine seasons. Before the Saints selected him in the second round, Porter was an All-Big Ten corner back. He finished his career in Bloomington second all-time in interceptions.