23. Connor Shaw, South Carolina
Shaw’s name doesn’t jump out among the most talented quarterbacks in SEC history, but it’s hard to argue with what he accomplished in his four years at South Carolina. He took over for a struggling Stephen Garcia during his sophomore season and went on to become one of the most steady and reliable quarterbacks in the league, throwing just one interception compared to 24 touchdowns as a senior. That year, he couldn’t start against Missouri because of an illness and a knee injury but came off the bench to help the Gamecocks complete a 17-point comeback and win in double overtime.
After Shaw went 27-5 as a starter and 17-0 at home at South Carolina, the best record for a quarterback in school history, he bounced around the NFL as a backup for a few years. He started one game for the Browns in 2014, but that was the extent of his pro career.