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They have a lot of really old dudes in the league.
And Lo and behold, no Clemson on that list.
Actually, theyre 26th.
Never thought I would do this but here is an up-vote for you. This is a cool resource. Thank you!
How many years does that cover?
Current NFL rosters...
Thank you for that; you made my day.
I counted them as 27th, right behind Utah.
I upvoted noscreename also, this is a cool chart. It also shows that having the most NFL talent, although it cannot hurt, is not necessarily the key to winning. Texas has an insane amount of NFL players, and has a top 3 recruiting class every single year, yet they suck. SoCal is another example of a school that consistently has top 5 recruiting classes, and NFL talent all over the place, yet is not a consistent winner. LSU is the top rated SEC school at 4th. Iowa is ahead of Bama at 10th. You have to have coaches that develop players to be leaders. Also, some of the best college players I've ever seen never made it in the NFL.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
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