6. Terrelle Pryor (Ohio State)
You know your collegiate career lives in infamy when you can get the fans of both the Ohio State Buckeyes and the University of Michigan Wolverines to hate you. As the PARADE National Player of the Year in 2007, Pryor teased Michigan fans with the prospect of enrolling to play college football in Ann Arbor; he would’ve been a perfect fit in head coach Rich Rodriguez’s spread offense. Yet, Pryor eventually chose Michigan’s arch rival, Ohio State. Pryor did enjoy success in Columbus, but his career came to an abrupt halt in 2011, after reports emerged that he made thousands of dollars autographing memorabilia. He withdrew from the university, and the school banned him from all contact with their athletic program and new incoming recruits.