4) Pick 39: Arrelleous Benn, Illinois (Buccaneers)
Benn was a standout at Illinois and a Maxwell Candidate after his final season there. The Bucs tried to make Benn a weapon and put him on the field a lot during his first two seasons. Some of the issues, however, were the struggles of Josh Freeman at quarterback. After 55 receptions his first two seasons in Tampa, Benn’s production dropped off dramatically. He was released after the 2012 season and went three years without seeing the game field before being given a chance by the Jaguars.
Benn only caught six passes there and was released after the 2016 season and has been out of the league since.
3) Pick 36: Dexter McCluster, Ole Miss (Chiefs)
Dexter McCluster was drafted early in the second-round and was considered a Tyreek Hill-type weapon, loaded with speed and playmaking ability and one that would scare defenses. He was used as both a wide receiver and a running back, but failed to find a starting role after seven years in the league. His best season came in 2011 where he had 900 all-purpose yards on the ground and through the air.
He bounced around from Kansas City to Tennessee and finished his career in San Diego in 2016. He ended up with 236 receptions for 1,993 yards and 250 rushes for 1,042 yards rushing.