16. Blake Bortles (2014)
Blake Bortles was the perfect example of giving an NFL team the perfect ball of clay, and asking them to mold a franchise quarterback out of it. Standing 6’5 and 232lbs, running the 40-yard dash in less than five seconds, and with a broad jump just under 10 feet, Bortles was an ideal combination of bulk and athleticism.
Sure, scouts debated whether the athletic ability and the arm talent was enough to merit making him a to pick in the NFL Draft, despite the fact that he was far from a finished product and his overall football intelligence was something of a question.