18. Randy Moss, WR, Marshall (1996-97)
It took Moss a while to land at Marshall thanks to off the field issues, but he was worth the wait for the Herd, posting two of the greatest receiving seasons in college football history. He scored at least one touchdown in all 28 of his college games, finishing with 174 catches for 3,529 yards and 54 scores. He was fourth in the Heisman balloting in 1997, and some speculated he would have finished higher in the voting if he played at a bigger school.