If NFL Draft prospects were evaluated solely based on winning, former Alabama quarterback AJ McCarron may have gone No. 1 overall — The Crimson Tide won 34 of their 36 games with McCarron as the starter.

Wins are great, but much more goes into players' draft evaluations, which is likely why the 2013 Heisman Trophy runner up slipped to the Cincinnati Bengals with the 164th overall pick. But perhaps McCarron would have graded better on film had he been healthy in college. In a recent interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio, he claimed he was not.

"A lot of people don't realize I wasn't healthy at Alabama," McCarron said. "I sacrificed a lot to play for coach Saban and that university; I played through a lot of injuries and we never leaked it because that's just the way it is.