8. Blaine Gabbert (2011, Pick #10)
The quarterback who really inspired terror in scouts and personnel guys in the league, about selecting guys who played in spread offenses. Gabbert’s stats weren’t terrible, but it was painfully clear that his destiny wasn’t to be even an above-average quarterback in the NFL.
Not only did the Jacksonville Jaguars move on from him just three seasons after drafting him, but they’ll forever be scarred by the fact that they took Gabbert one spot before the Houston Texans selected J.J. Watt in the 2011 NFL Draft.