18) Pick 156: David Reed, Utah (Ravens)
David Reed was drafted out of Utah as a kick return specialist and a wide receiver. He helped lead Utah to a 13-0 season in 2008 and ranked 15th in total receiving yards per game in the nation in 2009. The Ravens drafted him and immediately put him as a kick returner, where he found a lot of success, despite being suspended for four games his rookie season for marijuana use.
While Reed only caught six passes his entire NFL career as a wide receiver, he returned 63 kickoffs and averaged over 27 yards per return, including a 103-yard return for a touchdown his rookie season. Reed was a part of the Ravens Super Bowl team in 2012, but was traded after the season to the Colts. Reed only played a handful of games with Indianapolis before being waived. He never played another NFL game.