9. Jake Locker (2011, Pick #8)
Nobody denied the fact that Jake Locker was one hell of an athlete coming out of the University of Washington. The question of whether he would be a good quarterback was always on the table, considering he completed less than 54% of his passes in college.
Despite that, the Tennessee Titans selected him with the 8th overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. But Locker’s inaccuracy and injuries followed him to the NFL. In 23 starts, Locker won only nine games, and retired after the 2014 NFL season after saying his heart was no longer in the game.