This graphic compiled by Reddit CFB shows what colleges sent the most players to the NFL this year with Michigan leading the charge with 19 players...


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Where's the colleges who produce overpaid doctors? Screw the Kapernick and the NFL.
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Sumlin doing less with more.
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Am I the only one shocked that Utah is number two. I know they some talent but that is crazy
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Wow Miami is bad. That's a lot of guys in the league with nothing to show for it
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Too early - wait until the final 53-man rosters. This early, the chart means little.
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Those numbers are extremely bloated right now. Teams sign players just to have enough guys on the field for rookie minicamps. A lot of those guys won't even get training camp invites.
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Ohio State had 9: Lattimore, Hooker, Conley, McMillan, Elflein, Samuel, Brown, Johnston and Wilson.
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Harbaugh is just like Les, all that NFL talent and not even a division title . Must be a Meeeechigan thing
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Harbaugh is about 1000 x's the coach Les ever was. Les is probably easier to be around but he is nowhere near the coach that harbaugh is
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Ole Miss looking good.
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This list includes undrafted free agents who signed with NFL teams. Which schools have the most players on the final rosters this fall is another story.
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Agreed. This list appears pretty dumb. Redo the list for final rosters and I bet it looks decently different.
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Utah in 2nd??! Didnt see that coming.... Pitt with a big number as well
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