10 biggest NFL draft busts in Oklahoma football history

Oklahoma has produced plenty of first-round draft picks, and most of them have gone on to have successful careers, but a few underwhelmed in the NFL.

New Orleans Saints tackle Willie Roaf (77) blocks New York Giants DE Cedric Jones
New Orleans Saints tackle Willie Roaf (77) blocks New York Giants DE Cedric Jones / RVR Photos-USA TODAY Sports
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2000. 9. 50. Stockar McDougle, OT. Stockar McDougle. player. . No. 20 overall. Stockar McDougle, OT.

When the Detroit Lions selected Stockar McDougle 20th overall in the 2000 NFL draft, they expected him to be a franchise left tackle, but instead, he started just 11 games across his first two seasons and had to flip to right tackle to start 11 games in 2002. 

McDougle had a fairly consistent run of play in 2003 and 2004, starting all 32 games at right tackle, but as his rookie contract came to an end, the Lions weren’t desperate to keep him in Detroit. 

McDougle signed with Miami in 2005 on a one-year deal for under a million dollars and only started two games for the Dolphins. 2006 was his final season, and he played in 11 games in Jacksonville on a one-year deal but did not start.