19. David Greene, Georgia
After a redshirt year, Greene became a four-year starter at Georgia and immediately left his mark with a famous touchdown pass to beat Tennessee early in the season. He was SEC Rookie of the Year while leading the Bulldogs to their first conference title in nearly 20 years. Greene then won SEC Offensive Player of the Year honors his sophomore season. In four years, he guided the Bulldogs to 42 wins, which made him the winningest quarterback in FBS history. He was also the SEC’s all-time leader in yards gained until he was passed by fellow Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray.
Unfortunately, Greene didn’t have much of an NFL career. The Seahawks drafted him in the 3rd Round of the 2005 Draft but released him in 2006. He spent three seasons as a backup in the league but never threw one pass. Greene retired from football, moved back to Georgia, and began working in the insurance industry.