18. Andre’ Woodson, Kentucky
Woodson got off to a slow start in his career at Kentucky, but he ended up having two amazing seasons for the Wildcats. Over his last two years in Lexington, Woodson threw 71 touchdown passes to just 18 interceptions. He led the SEC in passing during his junior year and eventually broke Danny Wuerffel’s record for touchdown passes in a season and Jared Lorenzen’s school record for career touchdown passes. Just for good measure, Woodson was the Music City Bowl MVP in his final two seasons, helping turning Kentucky around after the Wildcats went 3-8 his sophomore year.
Alas, Woodson couldn’t forge a career for himself in the NFL after being a 6th-round pick in 2008. He spent time with the Giants and Redskins but primarily on the practice squad. Woodson also spent a few years in coaching, including two seasons back at Kentucky as a graduate assistant. He now works for Amazon.