10 biggest NFL draft busts in Penn State football history

Penn State has produced plenty of top draft picks in the NFL, they just haven't always panned out in the league. Olu Fashanu and Chop Robinson don't want to end up on this list after their NFL careers.

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16. . No. 11 overall. Aaron Maybin, DE. 7. . 2009. Aaron Maybin, DE. player. Aaron Maybin

After seasons at Penn State, the Buffalo Bills selected Aaron Maybin 11th overall in 2009. The pass-rusher didn’t have much success getting after the quarterback in Buffalo after signing a five-year deal with the Bills. 

In two seasons he started just one game and didn’t record a single sack as a member of the Bills. Before the 2011 season, Maybin was waived and signed by the AFC East rival New York Jets. 

For a moment it looked like he was going to revive his career in New York, after a six-sack season in 2011. However, the success didn’t last and 2012 was his last season in the NFL. Maybin was released by the Jets midway through the year after recording zero sacks through the first eight games.