9. WR Ted Ginn Jr. — Miami Dolphins (2007)
Ted Ginn Jr. was absolutely electric in three seasons with the Buckeyes, doing a little bit of everything. Ginn returned eight kicks for touchdowns, racking up almost 2000 return yards and averaging over 14 yards per punt return and 26 yards on kickoffs. He added three rushing touchdowns and caught 15 more including nine his final season as he became Ohio State’s deep threat. Ginn was a three time First Team All American, and the Dolphins took Ginn and his blazing speed with the ninth pick in the 2007 draft.
Ginn has never quite lived up to the college hype, but he shows up on the highlight reel a handful of times every season. Ginn has almost 10,000 combined return yards and seven return touchdowns. He’s never caught more than 56 balls or had 800 yards in a season, but he has 31 career receiving touchdowns and has always been able to take the top of the defense, even if he can’t always put the ball away on those bombs. He’s still faster than pretty much everyone on the field.