The 1998 NFL Draft was one of the biggest “hit-or-miss” drafts in recent memory.
While many of the players taken in the first round made at least one Pro Bowl in their careers, several others quickly washed out of the league.
Today, some of these players are still involved in football in some capacity, while others have gone on to do other things.
One player founded a church, another started a country music band, and one has even gone into comedy.
He was recently released from prison after serving two years for felony drug possession and burglary charges. He's been called one of the biggest draft busts of all-time.
Shortly after knee injuries derailed his three-year career, Wadsworth founded the ministry Impact Church, where he's an executive pastor.
After leaving the Raiders in free agency in 2006, he returned to the team in 2013. He remains the team's starting free safety.
Enis played just 36 games in the NFL. He most recently coached football at Bradford High School in Ohio, before resigning in 2014.
He now spends his time coaching his son's youth football team and volunteering at his children's schools in Missouri.
Shortly after retiring in 2007, Turley formed a country music band which -- as of 2013 -- plays more than 100 shows per year. He has also been critical of the NFL on player safety.
He's currently pursuing a career in Hollywood, and was an executive producer for the upcoming film 'Carter High.'
He was recently hired as a scouting intern by the Ravens. He also announced their 2nd-round pick at this year's draft.
He recently spent two years as an assistant coach with the Eagles, but was told he would not return for the 2015 season.
After a legal fight with Wells Fargo in 2012 over a $2 million loan, Brooking has kept a low profile. He attended the NFL Business Management & Entrepreneurial Program in 2014.
In 2009, Peter published his memoir titled 'Hero of the Underground,' which detailed his drug and alcohol addiction problems. It became a New York Times bestseller.
Dyson is famous for scoring the Titans 'Music City Miracle' game-winning touchdown. After coaching high school football, he's now a Titans pre- and post-game analyst.
After his 10-year career ended, he became a scout with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was recently named the AFC Scout of the Year.
In 2010, Holliday was honored by 'Black Gives Back' as one of the most charitable African American celebrity philanthropists.
He's now an analyst for Fox Sports 1. He also runs his own football academy, and helps train current NFL players.
After being hired as the head football coach at West Charlotte High School in North Carolina, Collins passed away last October. He was 38.
He has lost more than 100 pounds since retiring, and competed in the 2014 New Orleans Rock 'n' Roll Marathon.
He founded the RW McQuarters Foundation, which provides financial aid to other non-profit organisations. In 2014, he said his foundation started building homes for veterans.
Although his NFL career lasted just 28 games, Avery went on to play one season in the now-defunct XFL, and five in the CFL. He's now pursuing a career in comedy.
After washing out of the NFL in 2000, he went on to play in the Arena Football League for six seasons. He's now a strength and conditioning trainer at City Athletic Club in Las Vegas.
In 2011, he was one of a 12 players who sued the NFL alleging the league didn't take the necessary steps to protect players from concussions and other long-term injuries.
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