The Falcons made a blockbuster trade to move up to select Julio Jones sixth overall in the 2011 NFL Draft, and the dynamic receiver hasn't disappointed.
Last season, Jones put up career bests in catches (104) and yards (1,593) while missing one game. The 1,593 yards he amassed also set a franchise record for most receiving yards in a season.
Through four seasons, Jones has totaled 278 catches for 4,330 yards and 26 touchdowns. In 2013, his season was cut short after injuring his foot, but he was on a blistering pace through the five games he played in with 41 catches for 580 yards and two touchdowns.
While he's great in his own right, Jones admittedly didn't have much competition for the #11 title. His opponents were all quarterbacks: Billy Joe Tolliver, Dick Shiner, Doug Johnson, Kim McQuilken, and Randy Johnson.
Shiner gets the award for the most interesting name, while Doug Johnson was supposed to make a name for himself after Michael Vick went down in 2003, but that never came to fruition.
Randy Johnson also deserves some recognition for being the first starting quarterback for the Falcons.