13. CB Andre Woolfolk, 28th Pick in 2003 Draft
A lot of people might not remember Andre Woolfolk’s tenure with the Tennessee Titans. That’s because Woolfolk’s time with the team can be summed up in one word: forgettable. Lauded for his size and coverage abilities coming out of Oklahoma, the Titans tried to fill their need at cornerback by selecting Woolfolk. In his career, he only managed to snag 3 interceptions in 4 seasons. He played in 39 games with the team, but only started 12 of those games.
Andre Woolfolk is somewhat of an enigma in that he was a halfway decent cornerback without any glaring flaws or major strengths, yet he only managed to last 4 years in the league. Woolfolk was so average and decent at the cornerback spot, that his only action after leaving the Titans was a brief stint on the New York Jets in training camp. All this said, Woolfolk was able to string together a couple seasons of decent cornerback play for a team that needed it badly. This combined with Woolfolk’s lack of notoriety and lower draft position puts him ahead of Locker and Jones, but not by much.