25. Michael Redd (Drafted 43rd Overall In 2000)
Michael Redd went to Ohio State, so one would have assumed enough scouts would have seen that Redd was worthy of a good pick in the 2000 NBA Draft. It was one of the weakest drafts of the 2000s, so there were tons of busts yet Redd succeeded heavily upon his arrival to Milwaukee. He did not play much his first year, but by year two, Redd began to destroy teams.
In fact, from 2003 to 2009, Redd put up 21 points or more per game each year. Injuries hurt him later on, which caused Redd’s career to end sooner than it would have. However, he was an NBA All-Star and even landed on the All-NBA Third Team once. He also has an Olympic Gold Medal, helping America win at the 2008 Summer Games.