1. Andre Ware, No. 7 overall, 1990.
The Heisman trophy winner was drafted by the Detroit Lions, but only got four years to soak in the expert tutelage of head coach Wayne Fontes. He could never beat out Erik Kramer or Rodney Peete for a permanent starting job, and ended up with the Raiders, where he was also promptly cut. Ware then made the move to the Canadian League, where he was also quite terrible.
But he's doing just fine these days, working as a college football analyst for ESPN, and as part of the Houston Texans broadcast team.
2. Ryan Leaf, No. 2 overall, 1998.
After doing everything he could to hurt the Chargers short of burning down Qualcomm Stadium and stabbing Junior Seau in the neck, Leaf
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