Here's a look at the least productive player selected at each draft position from 17-32 since 2000. As a subjective list, some of the choices can be debated (Which quarterback has been the least productive as the 22nd pick: #Brady Quinn, Johnny Mansfield, J.P. Losman, or Brandon Weeden?). Players drafted last year were not a part of this as it takes more than one year to see how productive a player's career is.

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17. David Pollack (2004)

Unfortunately Pollack sustained a career-ending injury in the second game of his second season. The linebacker played just 16 career games with 4.5 sacks.

Dishonorable mention: Jarvis Moss (2007)

18. Erasmus James (2005)

James’ career lasted all of 28 games and 12 starts. The defensive end ended up with only 37 tackles and five sacks.

Dishonorable mentions: Bobby Carpenter (2006), Calvin Pryor (2014)

19. Cameron Erving (2015)

After just two years with the team, the Browns shipped the offensive lineman to the Chiefs for a fifth-round pick. Not many so-called “busts” have been taken with the 19th pick. Erving has time to build a more established career that has seen him play 42 games with 21 starts so far.

Dishonorable mention: Shea McClellin (2012)

20. Kenechi Udeze (2004)

Much like the 19th pick, the 20th pick hasn’t had its share of underperforming players.

Udeze, a defensive end, was forced to retire after four seasons with leukemia. He is doing well now as he has had numerous coaching jobs since his retirement.

Dishonorable mentions: None

21. Sylvester Morris (2000)

Knee troubles only allowed Morris to play in his rookie year of 2000. That season, he finished with 48 catches for 678 yards and three touchdowns.

Dishonorable mentions: Matt Jones (2005), Phil Taylor (2011)

22. Brady Quinn (2007)

A lot of quarterbacks struggled to meet expectations of a first-round pick at the 22nd selection. This spot could have easily gone to Johnny Manziel, but there is still hope he can get back into the #NFL. Quinn went 4-16 as a starting quarterback and threw more interceptions (17) than touchdowns (12).

Dishonorable mentions: Chris McIntosh (2000), J.P. Losman (2004), Brandon Weeden (2012), Johnny Manziel (2014)

23. Rashard Anderson (2000)

Anderson was suspended for the 2002 season for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, had the suspension extended for 2003 as well, and never played in the NFL after that.

Dishonorable mentions: Marcus Tubbs (2004), Danny Watkins (2011), Laquon Treadwell (2016)

24. Willie Middlebrooks (2001)

Middlebrooks played 56 career games over five seasons, only two of which came as a starter. The cornerback finished with zero career interceptions.

Dishonorable mentions: Peria Jerry (2009), Bjoern Werner (2013)

25. Tim Tebow (2010)

Tebow actually won a playoff game for the Broncos in the 2011 season but proved to be wildly inaccurate. He completed just 47.9 percent of his 361 career passes.

Dishonorable mentions: Freddie Mitchell (2001), William Joseph (2003), Ahmad Carroll (2004)

26. Jonathan Baldwin (2011)

Baldwin was traded to the 49ers by the Chiefs after two unproductive seasons. He played one year with San Francisco and never appeared in the NFL again. His career tallies are just 44 catches for 607 yards and two touchdowns.

Dishonorable mentions: Erik Flowers (2000), Jamar Fletcher (2001), Chris Perry (2004), John McCargo (2006), Datone Jones (2013), Marcus Smith (2014), Breshard Perriman (2015), Paxton Lynch (2016)

27. Mike Rumph (2002)

A cornerback, Rumph played five seasons with three teams finishing his career with only three interceptions.

Dishonorable mentions: #Anthony Becht (2000)

28. Andre Woolfork (2003)

Fun fact: Woolfork has three career interceptions. All of those picks came off David Carr, known by most as one of the worst first overall selections in recent memory.

Dishonorable mentions: Derrick Gibson (2001), Lawrence Jackson (2008), Jared Odrick (2010)

29. R. Jay Soward (2000)

Numerous times being suspended by the NFL for violating the league’s substance abuse policy, Soward’s only year in the pros came in 2000 where the receiver finished with 14 catches for 154 yards and a touchdown.

Dishonorable mentions: Kentwan Balmer (2008), Kyle Wilson (2010), Gabe Carimi (2011), Phillip Dorsett (2015), Robert Nkemediche (2016)

30. A.J. Jenkins (2012)

Jenkins was active for only three games in his rookie year with the 49ers and didn’t catch a pass. He was then traded to the Chiefs where he caught 17 balls over the next two years, and he hasn’t appeared in a game since.

Dishonorable mentions: Sammy Davis (2003), Craig Davis (2007), Jahvid Best (2010), Vernon Butler (2016)

31. Rashaun Woods (2004)

The all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns in Big 12 history lasted one season in the pros. Woods' career stats: seven catches, 160 yards, and one touchdown.

Dishonorable mentions: Trung Canidate (2000), Kelly Jennings (2006), Beanie Wells (2009)

32. Derek Sherrod (2011)

Sherrod broke his leg late in the 2011 season forcing him to miss all of 2012. He played two more years after that, and the offensive lineman ended his career with just 20 appearances with one start.

Dishonorable mentions: Patrick Ramsey (2002), Anthony Gonzalez (2007), Phillip Merling (2008), David Wilson (2012), Matt Elam (2013)