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.
Reply6 months
Sumlin doing less with more.
Reply6 months
Am I the only one shocked that Utah is number two. I know they some talent but that is crazy
Reply6 months
Wow Miami is bad. That's a lot of guys in the league with nothing to show for it
Reply6 months
Too early - wait until the final 53-man rosters. This early, the chart means little.
Reply6 months
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.
6 months
Ohio State had 9: Lattimore, Hooker, Conley, McMillan, Elflein, Samuel, Brown, Johnston and Wilson.
Reply6 months
Harbaugh is just like Les, all that NFL talent and not even a division title . Must be a Meeeechigan thing
Reply6 months
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
6 months
Ole Miss looking good.
Reply6 months
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.
Reply6 months
Agreed. This list appears pretty dumb. Redo the list for final rosters and I bet it looks decently different.
6 months
Utah in 2nd??! Didnt see that coming.... Pitt with a big number as well
Reply6 months
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