11. Josh Freeman (2009 Pick #17)
Josh Freeman had an electrocardiogram-type NFL career: random spikes in between substantial valleys. In 2010, he looked like he’d be the franchise quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In 2011, he looked like he’d never played the quarterback position anymore. In 2012, he looked much closer to the guy we saw in 2010.
In 2013, you wondered if he was suffering from a case of amnesia, forgetting everything about football he’d ever learned. Freeman’s success led to the facade of the Buccaneers thinking that Raheem Morris would be a viable head coach, and then after firing Morris, replacing him with the hated Greg Schiano.