21. Matt Jones, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars
Most people forget that Jones was a quarterback at Arkansas. He was the full-time starter for the Razorbacks for three seasons and oversaw a 9-game winning streak his junior season. In fact, Jones left Arkansas as the SEC’s all-time leader in rushing yards by a quarterback, only to be passed by both Tim Tebow and Nick Fitzgerald.
The Jaguars made the risky pick of selection Jones as a wide receiver, a position he hadn’t played in any meaningful way. Despite a lack of experience, the 6’6’’ Jones had a few decent seasons at wide receiver. However, his fourth NFL season ended with a suspension for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy. Jacksonville released him the following spring when Jones was arrested on charges related to substance abuse. After a year out of football, he tried making a comeback in 2010 but was one of the last players the Bengals cut before the season.