5. Ray Renfro
The Cleveland Browns drafted Ray Renfro in the fourth round of the 1952 draft. He began his career as a punt returner, but would eventually establish himself as a member of the Browns’ pantheon of top-notch receivers. During his career with the Browns from 1952 to 1963, Renfro amassed 5,508 career yards, good for fourth all time in the team’s record book. Renfro’s best year came in 1961, when he had 48 receptions, 834 yards, and six touchdowns. A three-time Pro Bowler, Renfro retired with 50 career touchdowns and 281 receptions with a yards-per-gain average of 19.6. He also boasts four rushing touchdowns and 682 rushing yards in his career.