1. Ko Simpson - The kid has all-world potential, but he came out too soon. Before the draft NFL.com said, "he should have stayed for another season to improve his fundamentals/techniques and could have been the top safety in the 2007 draft." Apparently, he slipped because of his penchant for biting on fakes and his poor tackling form. Was drafted in the 4th Round.
2. Omar Jacobs - Came out after his junior season to be drafted in the 5th Round? What a waste. Upon what planet did he reside that his stats would've put him in the 1st or 2nd Rounds?
3. Dee Webb - Florida CB left early only to land in the 7th round. Ouch. If he didn't do it for family reasons, he put himself behind a career long 8 ball for nothing.
4. Stanley McGlover - Auburn Defensive End elected to go pro as a JR. Was picked with about 20 players remaining in the 7th round. Another kid that ignored most of the good advice available to him.
McGlover was hell on UGA QBs the past 2 years. Good to see him go.
Who did I miss? Anyone make a bigger mistake to come out early than these guys?