14. Aaron Murray, Georgia
He was never the biggest or strongest quarterback, but Murray may be the finest quarterback in Georgia history. He had a rough start during his freshman season but ultimately led the Bulldogs to two SEC Championship Games, nearly completing a comeback over Alabama in 2012. Murray threw for over 3,000 yards in all four seasons, totaling 121 touchdown passes to just 41 interceptions. He’s the SEC’s all-time leader in both passing yards and passing touchdowns.
As a pro, Murray’s lack of size hurt him. He spent two years as a backup in Kansas City but never threw a pass. He was on the practice squad of a few more teams and then ended up playing the 2019 season in the Alliance of American Football.