19. QB/WR Terrelle Pryor — Oakland Raiders (2011)
The former five-star, #1 recruit in the nation who played high school football only 70 miles away from the Ohio border, Terrelle Pryor was named the 2008 Big Ten Freshman of the year after his first season in Columbus. However, after multiple off-the-field transgressions, headlined by reports of earning money in exchange for autographed memorabilia, Pryor left the Buckeyes and was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the supplemental draft in 2011.
Pryor bounced around the NFL as teams figured out the best way to utilize his athleticism. His career highlight was the 1,007 receiving yards he had in 2016 with the Cleveland Browns. After spending time on the rosters of the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills in 2018, Pryor was a free agent after that season.