3. Orlando Brown Jr
In a 2018 NFL Draft that wasn’t exactly rich with talent at the offensive tackle position, many scouts thought Orlando Brown Jr. could sneak his way into the first round of the draft. The son of former NFL tackle Orlando “Zeus” Brown, the younger Brown was a massive, road-grading tackle at the University of Oklahoma.
But it looked like Brown spent the days leading up to the 2018 NFL Draft Scouting Combine curling nothing but Dorito’s, doing only 14 reps of 225lbs in the bench press (an absurdly low number), putting up a vertical leap of only 20 inches, and running the 40 yard dash in a comical 5.85 seconds.