Joe Burrow's college football career got off to a rocky start at Ohio State. He was buried on the depth chart behind Dwyane Haskins and ended up completing his undergraduate studies without ever becoming the starter.
Burrow was above-average in 2018, finishing with 2,894 yards and 16 touchdowns en route to a 10-3 record and a Fiesta Bowl victory, but 2019 is when the legend was born. The Louisiana legend threw for 5,671 yards and 60 touchdowns as his Tigers went 15-0 to become National Champions.
Burrow wasn't always a hero in Baton Rouge, as his connection with Joe Brady eventually led to the emergence of the future No. 1 overall pick. Prior to 2019, Mel Kiper, Jr., deemed Burrow a likely Day 3 Draft selection.
So much for that prognosis.