2001: Jamal Reynolds, DE, Green Bay Packers
Reynolds was a highly decorated defensive end for coach Bobby Bowden at Florida State. At 6-foot-3 and 265 pounds of chiseled stone, Reynolds looked the part of an NFL wrecking machine. But things went downhill from the moment Green Bay selected Reynolds with the tenth overall pick in the 2001 draft.
Due to multiple knee injuries, Reynolds never started a game in the NFL, playing in just 18 of a possible 48 games from 2001 through 2003. Reynolds accumulated a grand total of three sacks and two forced fumbles in three NFL seasons. If they passed on Reynolds, the Packers could have taken Reggie Wayne, Drew Brees or Steve Smith.