10. DE/RLB Willie Jefferson, Stephen F. Austin (Senior) If it wasn't for marijuana, right now Willie Jefferson would likely be teaming up with Terrance Williams, Tevin Reese and Lanear Sampson to give Baylor one of the most dangerous wide receiver foursomes in all of college football for the 2012 season. However, due to his multiple run-ins with the law involving the drug, Jefferson was booted from the Bears' program back in 2010. After being dismissed from Baylor, Jefferson eventually ended up at another Texas school, Stephen F. Austin, where he made the switch from receiver to defensive end. He proved to be a natural fit at the position last season, as he racked up 15 sacks, the fourth-highest total at the FCS level in 2011. The 6’6’’, 234-pound senior may not be big or strong enough to man the defensive end spot in a 4-3 system in the NFL. Still, given his type of athleticism, explosiveness and speed off the edge, Jefferson will be a very intriguing potential 3-4 rush linebacker prospect who a team could definitely take a flyer on in the later rounds of next year’s draft if they believe that his character has changed since his time at Baylor.