Vince Young is possible the most exciting quarterback since Michael Vick not to win a Heisman Trophy. The Texas Longhorn QB threw for over 3,000 yards and rushed for over 1,000 his junior, and final, season at Texas. He capped that year with that sensational Rose Bowl performance that won Texas the National Championship.
Young would make the Pro Bowl twice during his five seasons in Tennessee, but injuries derailed any sort of development Young would have made. He was never able to establish the ability to run the football, robbing him of what made him so exciting in college. He was out of the league in 2011, but spent the next two seasons on the practice squads of a couple teams. After retiring, Young took a job with his alma mater, but was let go in 2019.