Gino Torretta (Miami)
Gino Torretta led his University of Miami Hurricanes to the 1993 Sugar Bowl — where they would eventually lose their shot at the national championship — capping off a two-year college career where the threw for more than 6,100 yards and 39 touchdowns. Despite his collegiate-level success, Torretta received little attention from NFL teams during the 1993 NFL Draft; he wasn’t taken until the seventh round. He didn’t play a single snap in his first two years in the NFL, and eventually bounced around five more NFL teams before finally retiring in 1997. During his limited time in the NFL, he never started a single game, and attempted only 16 passes in his entire NFL career. I hate to pile on here, but Torretta finished his career with 41 passing yards, or 102 yards LESS than running back Ladainian Tomlinson (who finished with 143 yards).