5 biggest NFL Draft busts in Texas A&M football history

NCAA staff writer Sam Fariss ranks the five worst NFL Draft busts from Texas A&M.

May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M).
May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M). / Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports
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. Cleveland Browns QB. player. 535. Johnny Manziel. 2014 – Round 1, Pick 22. Johnny Manziel. Johnny Manziel. 1.

Johnny Football the Heisman trophy winner… He made a name for himself on and off the field in College Station. Making raucous and chaotic decisions during his collegiate career, many eyes were on Johnny Manziel as he headed to the NFL.

While he isn’t the highest draft pick out of A&M, he certainly is one of the most high-profile Aggies to enter the league.

In his two seasons, Manziel had just 1,675 yards in the air with a 57 percent completion rate. He scored only 8 total touchdowns and threw 7 interceptions.

A first-round quarterback is supposed to at least maintain a career in the NFL, even if it's as a backup. Manziel fell ridiculously short of this mark, he hasn’t been in the league since 2015.