20. Tee Martin, Tennessee
Like a lot of Tennessee quarterbacks, Martin is sometimes forgotten or overshadowed by Peyton Manning, who he backed up for two seasons before finally getting a chance to start. When he got that chance, all he did was lead the Vols to a 13-0 record and a national championship. Along the way, he broke the NCAA record for consecutive completions and registered 2-0 records against SEC foes Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, Vanderbilt, and Kentucky.
The Steelers took Martin in the 5th Round of the 2000 draft but he rarely got a chance to play in the NFL. Martin attempted just 16 passes over four NFL seasons. He then spent a year in NFL Europe before starting a successful coaching career, returning to Tennessee in 2019.