2. Aeneas Williams -1991
Williams, selected 59th overall in the third round in 1991, was the first Arizona Cardinals player drafted in Arizona to be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He went into the HOF in 2014.
He played 10 seasons with the Cardinals before playing the last four with the St.Louis Rams. He had 55 career interceptions, with a career high of nine in 1994, the first year the Cardinals had a non-losing record at 8-8 since moving from St. Louis in 1988.
He is not only in the HOF but also in the Cardinals Ring of Honor. He is also a member of the NFL’s 1990s All-Decade Team and an eight-time Pro Bowler.
He ended up with 13 total touchdowns for his career as well. Of those 13, nine were via interception return, three via fumble return, and one via a blocked field goal return.
Not only a great player but he’s also a great person. He did a lot for the community in Phoenix and continues that today in St. Louis as a pastor of his own church.