Offensive lineman is one of the few positions in football where college skills are generally a fair representation of professional skills. Generally speaking, a great college offensive lineman has serious potential to be great at the professional level. There are exceptions, of course. One of them is named Kenyatta Walker. Walker was the fourteenth pick in the 2001 NFL Draft. Fortunately for him, he was selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who were in the midst of building a pretty impressive team. Walker’s contributions were limited, but he still got that Super Bowl ring. Following the end of his career in 2007, Walker ended up going back to the University of Florida in order to acquire his bachelor’s degree in sociology. Despite this, he decided to go play football in Canada and was signed to the practice roster of the Toronto Argonauts in 2008. He’s remained quiet ever since.