19. Alex Barron, OT, St. Louis Rams
At 6’8’’ and 315 lbs., Barron looked the part of a dominating offensive tackle. He was exactly that at Florida State, earning First-Team All-ACC and All-American honors in both 2003 and 2004, including unanimous All-American honors his senior season.
But the NFL game proved to be a little too quick for Barron to handle. During his five seasons with the Rams from 2005 to 2009, he led the NFL in penalties. After his time with the Rams, he was traded to the Cowboys. In his first game with Dallas, Barron committed a crucial holding penalty that negated a touchdown and ended the game. It turned out to be his last play in a regular-season game. Barron spent the next three years in an NFL training camp but never made the 53-man roster.