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Selection: 101st overall, 2005, Denver Broncos
Remember Maurice Clarett? I'm sure you do.
He played only one season at Ohio State, 2002, and starred as a freshman, helping to lead the Buckeyes to the national championship.
That would be his only season in Columbus.
Clarett, plagued by off-field issues and immaturity, was eventually suspended by the football team after being charged with filing a false police report, and subsequently missed the 2003 season.
After trying unsuccessfully to force his way into the 2004 draft, Clarett devoted his time to preparing for 2005, even participating at the combine in Indianapolis, where he was labeled "Slow-Mo" by the media for his snail-like 40-yard dash times.
So, after not playing competitive football for over two years and a poor performance at the combine, Clarett wasn't expected to go in the early rounds of the draft, making it a total stunner when Mike Shanahan and the Denver Broncos reached to take him in the third round, 101st overall.
Predictably, Clarett washed out of the league, and later went on to play his best football with the Omaha Nighthawks of the UFL.
If that doesn't make you a reach, I'm not sure what does.