3. Braylon Edwards, WR, Cleveland Browns
For those who don’t remember, Edwards was a big deal in college. He had three 1,000-yard seasons at Michigan, scoring 39 career touchdowns. He was also a unanimous All-American selection, the Biletnikoff Award winner, and Big Ten MVP in his senior season. He also ran track in college, and his speed helped make him an attractive option for teams drafting in the top-5.
In 2005, the Browns traded for Trent Dilfer and then drafted Charlie Frye in the 3rd Round, passing on Rodgers and choosing Edwards instead. The young receiver hit some bumps in the road during his first two seasons, but he had a breakout campaign in 2007, earning his only Pro Bowl invitation. That turned out to be his only 1,000-yard season in 10 years in the NFL and one of only four seasons in which he topped 800 yards receiving.