30. Mike Hughes, CB, Central Florida (Minnesota Vikings)
It seems like every year, the Minnesota Vikings use a premium draft pick to bolster a perpetually leaky secondary. For the fifth in seven NFL Drafts, the Vikings took a defensive back with their first or second round pick, opting for the talented Mike Hughes at #30 overall.
However, in mid-October of his rookie season, Hughes tore his ACL was immediately lost for the remainder of the season. He’s gradually worked his way towards more playing time in the second half of his sophomore year in the NFL, but he’s still a ways away from being the guy Minnesota envisioned when drafting him.