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Check out this chart that breaks down all NFL Players from each school by position, conference and drafted round. Awesome!
Thanks for compiling this. 11 of 12 Bears in pros were guys Art Briles has coached. Major talent upgrade.
Nice. Shows how much the talent has increased and been developed since Briles arrived.
To nitpick, it looks like it may be 11 of 13. Justin Snow is still playing for the Redskins, but didn't make the list.
Snow was cut on November 6th by the redskins.
Surprised that OU is so far down the list.
Thanks. Hadn't noticed that.
Awesome list. If Chris Level doesn't buy out CAB's contract, we should be approaching the 20s in the next 5 years.
Could have 20 in 2 years.
Williams, Sampson, Wade, Kaufhold = 16
Richardson, Dixon, Reese, Seastrunk/Martin = 20
I have my doubts about Reese getting drafted. Hope I'm wrong.
If the Ole Miss guy from a couple years ago got drafted and was 5'7 165, then Reese has a chance as he's .2 faster.
McCluster? If that's who you're talking about then there's no comparison...Reese is nowhere near the player he is.
Yes, McCluster ran a 4.56 at the combine at that size as a RB. The Chiefs picked him and his biggest highlight was the hit where he flew 10 yards out of bounds.
They are two different players in college and in the pros.
he may not get drafted, but his speed will give him a really good shot at landing on somebody's roster.
First rounders currently in the NFL
Texas - 10
OU - 7
Osu - 6
Baylor - 5
KSt - 2
WVa - 2
KU - 1
Tech - 1
TCU - 1
ISU - 0
That's the list that means more. Having kids good enough to get drafted in the late rounds is a good thing, but first rounders are the ones who are program changers. Nice to see that we're rising to the upper echelon in the conference on that.
Reese will get drafted. He will have 900 yards receiving next year. Then he will be the star of the combine. That will get him atleast drafted in the 5-7th round by a team looking for speed.
Reese will destroy the combines with speed and his jumps.
If he goes 4.31 and 42 inch vertical he'll get drafted.
He will. He still has and offseason to go through then nfl combine training.
Definintely bookmarking this! Thanks for posting
Do practice squad players count?
No I don't think they include Practice Squad, only players on the Active Roster
I love Reese but can't seem him playing in the NFL. It isn't how big you are, it is how big you play. I just don't think he plays big enough.
I am not sure bout Kaufold, but I hope that is true.
There are three private schools on the top 20 list - USC, Notre Dame and Stanford.
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