7. Pat Sullivan, Auburn
For a long time, Sullivan was the gold standard when it came to Auburn quarterbacks. He led the Tigers to a 26-7 record during his three years as a starter. In 1970, Sullivan led the nation in total yards and set a record by gaining over 8.5 yards per play. He finished off his college career in 1971 by claiming the Heisman Trophy.
Sullivan’s NFL career was brief and never matched what he accomplished in college. He played five seasons, appearing in only 30 games for the Falcons and Redskins. Sullivan then worked as a business executive and color analyst for Auburn radio broadcasts before going into coaching. He spent six seasons as the head coach at TCU and eight at Samford before retiring following the 2014 season.