The National Football League Draft is an annual event in which teams select eligible college football players. Teams select players in descending order of worst to best regular season record.
With their position, teams can either select a player or trade their position to another team for players, draft picks or any combination of the two. After each team has used its position in the drafting order, a round is complete, and they start again. There are seven rounds in the NFL Draft.
Teams who select earlier in the draft receive the chance to select the better college players. But what happens when those players don’t live up to the hype from being drafted early and above so many others? The term used for those players who fizzle out of the league is “Draft Bust.”
In my opinion, these are the all-time top-ten draft busts.