Runner-up: Noah Igbinoghene (2020)

The 2013 class was bad for half the league, but Miami’s trade up for Jordan was one of the more egregious misses. Jordan flamed out of Miami after two lackluster seasons, a season-long suspension, and a knee injury. It also hurts he was picked right before Lane Johnson and Ezekial Ansah.

Miami has a few other candidates for second-place, but 2020 first-rounder Noah Igbinoghene is already looking like a bust as well. Miami signed Justin Coleman to play in the slot over him this offseason, and the diminutive Auburn corner failed to show much in limited time last year. Miami could’ve had Higgins, Antoine Winfield Jr., or Jonathan Taylor instead and benefitted much more.