2008 — Brandon Rush
Brandon Rush was another busted Kansas pick at the tail end of the lottery. Rush led the 2008 national champion Jayhawks team in scoring before becoming the number 13 pick in the draft. Rush had a career 40% three that helped keep him around the league long enough, and he was a microwave bench scorer, only it was one of those old junky microwaves that only works once every few weeks.
The crazy thing about Brandon Rush is that he started 25 games for the 73–9 Golden State Warriors in 2015–16 in place of an injured Harrison Barnes. It’s true, look it up! Rush also won a championship with the Warriors the previous season, but he was out of the league either way two years later. Good things rings last forever.