7. Matt Jones (2005)
"He'll probably enter the league as a wide receiver, though if you talk to 10 NFL coaches and general managers, you'll get five or six different answers about where he should play. This much is clear: We haven't seen this type of player come around in a long time."
That's what Peter King of Sports Illustrated said of Matt Jones prior to the 2005 NFL Draft. Jones was a 6-foot-6, 237-pound quarterback at Arkansas and an absolute freak of an athlete. He ran a 4.37 40 and had a vertical leap just shy of 40 inches. NFL teams didn't know what to do with him. Scouts thought he could play anything from safety to tight end to running back to a wildcat-type quarterback. What they did know was that type of athleticism in that body is so rare that someone would take a gamble on him.
The Jacksonville Jaguars selected Jones with the 21st pick, intending to use him as a wide receiver. Jones showed signs of great potential at times but substance-abuse issues curtailed his tenure with the team and he was released in 2009. After sitting out all of that year, Jones missed the 53-man cut for the 2010 Bengals, and decided to retire.