13. Tommy Hodson, LSU
Few quarterbacks in SEC history were as accomplished and consistent as Hodson. He was a four-year starter at LSU, earning SEC Freshman of the Year honors in 1986 and then being named First-Team All-SEC in all four years. He threw for over 2,000 yards all four seasons and was the first SEC quarterback to eclipse 6,000 career passing yards and 60 career passing touchdowns. He also led LSU to two top-10 finishes and an SEC championship.
The Patriots drafted Hodson 59th overall in 1990, but after starting six games as a rookie, he was a career backup and played sparingly. Hodson ended up spending six years in the NFL before moving back to Baton Rouge to raise his family.