How'd this ex-Ole Miss QB go from projected 1st-rounder to undrafted?

How'd ex-Ole Miss QB Jevan Snead go from projected 1st-round NFL pick to undrafted?

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SMU head coach Chad Morris called him possibly the best quarterback he's ever coached, yet he went undrafted in the 2010 NFL Draft.

That QB's name: Jevan Snead. Does it ring a bell?

Snead, who played his final two years of college ball at Ole Miss, threw 26 and 20 touchdowns in 2008 and 2009 for the Rebels. Some draft analysts projected Snead as a high first-round pick. However, after declaring for the draft and subsequently getting overlooked, he was signed by the Tampa Bay Bucs, but never played a snap.

Morris coached Snead in high school in Texas. The former Clemson OC recently sat down with FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman for a special episode of the Audible. What does Morris think went wrong with Snead's career? Listen to the conversation below. 

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