6. Brian BosworthLinebacker | Oklahoma
From his outrageous hair styles to his radical rants against the NCAA, the "Boz" was a poster child for Oklahoma's renegade ways of the 1980s. A two-time All-American and winner of the first two Butkus Awards as the country's top linebacker, Bosworth helped lead the Sooners to the 1985 national championship.
He was banned from playing in the 1987 Orange Bowl because of alleged steroid use and was later dismissed from the team by coach Barry Switzer.
Bosworth was selected in the NFL's first supplemental draft by the Seattle Seahawks in 1987 and had only four sacks in parts of three seasons.
-- Mark Schlabach