Pat White (West Virginia)
White had a historic career at West Virginia, including a stellar performance in a victory over Oklahoma in the 2008 Fiesta Bowl. He is the only quarterback in history to start and win four bowl games in his career, and when he headed to the NFL, he held the record for most rushing yards by a quarterback.
White was selected by the Miami Dolphins in the 2nd Round of the 2009 draft. But his magical collegiate career didn’t translate to the NFL. White was cut by the Dolphins after just one season. After he was cut by a team in the Canadian Football League (ouch) White decided to retire from pro football. Here are White’s career stats: 5 pass attempts, 0 completions, 0 passing yards. Not exactly the type of production you’d expect from one of the most decorated quarterbacks in the history of college football.