22. Mark Clayton, WR, Baltimore Ravens
In retrospect, it’s a little surprising that Clayton dropped to the 22nd pick and was only the fifth wide receiver picked. He was a two-time All-Big 12 performer and a two-time First-Team All-American at Oklahoma. His lack of size at 5’10’’ likely caused his stock to drop, although Clayton was incredible at gaining yards after the catch in college.
Clayton would go on to spend six seasons in the NFL, never sniffing the Pro Bowl. His second season with the Ravens was the best of his career with 939 receiving yards and five touchdowns. But he never quite lived up to the hype of being a 1st-round pick.