Peter Warrick (Florida State)
During his four years at Florida State (1995-1999) Peter Warrick tortured opposing defenses with his elite athletic ability. A track star in high school, the Seminoles deployed Warrick as a receiver, punt returner, and occasionally a running back. He was named the MVP of the 2000 Sugar Bowl with over 160 yards receiving and three touchdowns, including a 59-yard punt return. The Cincinnati Bengals selected Warrick with the #4 pick in the 2000 NFL Draft, but injuries and a lack of effort plagued his NFL career, which ended after six uneventful seasons.
After leaving the NFL, Warrick made appearances in the CFL, and other fringe football leagues (earning $250 per game). He is currently the wide receivers coach at Creekside High School in Georgia. He’s heavily involved in the recruiting process, helping kids secure scholarships to play college football.