Draft Status: 2003 (First Round, 15th overall pick)
Jerome McDougle may be the biggest draft bust in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles.
The team traded up to get the University of Miami superstar, and McDougle was a colossal bust before he was mercifully released during the 2008 training camp.
McDougle picked up three sacks in his entire career with the Eagles, and one of those came with a pair of 15-yard penalties that ended up costing the team the game (the now-infamous 62-yard field goal game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2006).
McDougle missed substantial time due to injuries in his career, whether it was ankle, hip or knee injuries in 2003, an irregular heartbeat in 2004, a bullet wound in 2005 and a torn triceps in 2007.
In fact, it’s likely McDougle even got hurt as I was writing this section on him.
He's one of just two first-round players selected between 2000 and 2009 to never start a game in the NFL (Jamal Reynolds of the Green Bay Packers was the other).