18. Jordan Lynch
Lynch put up some of the most historic numbers ever for a quarterback in collegiate history. While he did see time on the field all four years he was at Northern Illinois, he started the last two. His junior season, Lynch passed for 3,138 yards and 25 TDs. This is along with 1,815 rushing yards and 19 TDs. His senior year was even bigger. He threw for 2,892 yards and 24 TDs, while he rushed for 1920 yards and 23 TDs. He even caught a TD for good measure.
This is years of 4,953 & 4,835 total yards from scrimmage each. Lynch would become the MAC Offensive Player of the Year both years as a result. He won Second-Team All-American honors his Junior year while winning First-Team All-American honors his senior year. However, the highest Lynch finished in the Heisman race was third.