Which SEC Football Team Produces The Best NFL Players?

Which SEC Football Team Produces The Best NFL Players?

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This is a great discussion for any SEC football fan, as every SEC school has produced many talented players that impact the next level. Below the facebook comments is a list of every SEC football player in the NFL sorted by their SEC school. Take a look and leave your thoughts on who are the best. Here are some topics for discussion:

Who is your favorite player in the NFL from the SEC?

How would you rank the top NFL players from the Southeastern Conference?

How would you rank the football programs in the SEC for producing quality NFL players?

Current NFL Players List by SEC Football Team

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Alabama Crimson Tide – 23 players

  • Mark Anderson, DE, New England Patriots
  • Javier Arenas, DB, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Antione Caldwell, G, Houston Texans
  • James Carpenter, OL, Seattle Seahawks
  • Terrence Cody, DT, Baltimore Ravens
  • Marcell Dareus, DT, Buffalo Bills
  • Brandon Deaderick, DE, New England Patriots
  • Wallace Giberry, DE, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Roman Harper, S, New Orleans Saints
  • Mark Ingram, RB, New Orleans Saints
  • Kareem Jackson, DB, Houston Texans
  • Mike Johnson, G, Atlanta Falcons
  • Jarret Johnson, LB, Baltimore Ravens
  • Rashad Johnson, S, Arizona Cardinals
  • Marquis Johnson, DB, St. Louis Rams
  • Julio Jones, WR, Atlanta Falcons
  • Evan Mathis, G, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Le’Ron McClain, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Rolando McClain, LB, Oakland Raiders
  • Greg McElroy, QB, New York Jets
  • Charlie Peprah, QB, Green Bay Packers
  • DeMeco Ryans, LB, Houston Texans
  • Andre Smith, OL, Cincinnati Bengals

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Arkansas Razorbacks – 15 players

  • Jamaal Anderson, DE, Indianapolis Colts
  • Nate Garner, OL, Miami Dolphins
  • Brett Goode, LS, Green Bay Packers
  • Peyton Hillis, RB, Cleveland Browns
  • Chris Houston, DB, Detroit Lions
  • Felix Jones, RB, Dallas Cowboys
  • DeMarcus Love, OL, Minnesota Vikings
  • Ryan Mallett, QB, New England Patriots
  • Darren McFadden, RB, Oakland Raiders
  • Jason Peters, OL, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Mitch Petrus, OL, New York Giants
  • Malcolm Sheppard, DT, Tennessee Titans
  • Bobbie Williams, OL, Cincinnati Bengals
  • DJ Williams, TE, Green Bay Packers
  • George Wilson, S, Buffalo Bills

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Auburn Tigers – 28 players

  • Devin Aromashodu, WR, Minnesota Vikings
  • Ronnie Brown, RB, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Jason Campbell, QB, Oakland Raiders
  • Zach Clayton, DT, Tennessee Titans
  • Karlos Dansby, LB, Miami Dolphins
  • King Dunlap, OL, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Nick Fairley, DT, Detroit Lions
  • Mario Fannin, RB, Denver Broncos
  • Tyronne Green, OL, San Diego Chargers
  • Quentin Groves, LB, Oakland Raiders
  • Ben Grubbs, OL, Baltimore Ravens
  • Will Herring, LB, New Orleans Saints
  • Spencer Johnson, DE, Buffalo Bills
  • Pat Lee, DB, Green Bay Packers
  • Sen’Derrick Marks, DT, Tennessee Titans
  • Marcus McNeill, OL, San Diego Chargers
  • Cam Newton, QB, Carolina Panthers
  • Ben Obomanu, WR, Seattle Seahawks
  • Jarraud Powers, DB, Indianapolis Colts
  • Jay Ratliff, DT, Dallas Cowboys
  • Carlos Rogers, DB, San Francisco 49ers
  • Pat Sims, DT, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Takeo Spikes, LB, San Diego Chargers
  • Ben Tate, RB, Houston Texans
  • Reggie Torbor, LB, Buffalo Bills
  • Jonathan Wilhite, CB, Denver Broncos
  • Cadillac Williams, RB, St Louis Rams
  • Lee Ziemba, OL, Carolina Panthers

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Florida Gators – 32 players

  • Andre Caldwell, WR, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Cooper Carlise, OL, Oakland Raiders
  • Riley Cooper, WR, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Jermaine Cunningham, LB, New England Patriots
  • Andra Davis, LB, Buffalo Bills
  • Carlos Dunlap, DE, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Jabar Gaffney, WR, Washington Redskins
  • Marcus Gilbert, OL, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Earnest Graham, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Rex Grossman, QB, Washington Redskins
  • Joe Haden, DB, Cleveland Browns
  • Derrick Harvey, DE, Denver Broncos
  • Percy Harvin, WR, Minnesota Vikings
  • Chas Henry, P, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Aaron Hernandez, TE, New England Patriots
  • Ray McDonald, DL, San Francisco 49ers
  • Drew Miller, C, St. Louis Rams
  • Jeremy Mincey, DE, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Jarvis Moss, DE, Oakland Raiders
  • Louis Murphy, WR, Oakland Raiders
  • Reggie Nelson, S, Cincinnati Bengals
  • David Nelson, WR, Buffalo Bills
  • Mike Peterson, LB, Atlanta Falcons
  • Markice Pouncey, C, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Mike Pouncey, C, Miami Dolphins
  • Brandon Siler, LB, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Brandon Spikes, LB, New England Patriots
  • Tim Tebow, QB, Denver Broncos
  • Marcus Thomas, DT, Denver Broncos
  • Justin Trattou, DE, New York Giants
  • Gerard Warren, DE, New England Patriots
  • Major Wright, S, Chicago Bears

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Georgia Bulldogs – 35 players

  • Asher Allen, CB, Minnesota Vikings
  • Geno Atkins, DT, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Champ Bailey, CB, Denver Broncos
  • Clint Boling, G, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Chris Clemons, DE, Seattle Seahawks
  • Thomas Davis, LB, Carolina Panthers
  • Akeem Dent, LB, Atlanta Falcons
  • Demarcus Dobbs, DT, San Francisco 49ers
  • Kris Durham, WR, Seattle Seahawks
  • Dannell Ellerbe, LB, Baltimore Ravens
  • Darryl Gamble, LB, San Diego Chargers
  • Robert Geathers, DE, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Kedric Golston, DE, Washington Redskins
  • A.J. Green, WR, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Justin Houston, LB, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Tim Jennings, CB, Chicago Bears
  • Charles Johnson, DE, Carolina Panthers
  • Sean Jones, S, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Reshad Jones, S, Miami Dolphins
  • John Kasay, PK, New Orleans Saints
  • Kregg Lumpkin, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Mohamed Massaquoi, WR, Cleveland Browns
  • Randy McMichael, TE, San Diego Chargers
  • Knowshon Moreno, RB, Denver Broncos
  • Paul Oliver, S, New Orleans Saints
  • Leonard Pope, TE, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Dennis Roland, OT, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Richard Seymour, DT, Oakland Raiders
  • Matthew Stafford, QB, Detroit Lions
  • Fernando Velasco, C, Tennessee Titans
  • Hines Ward, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Danny Ware, RB, New York Giants
  • Benjamin Watson, TE, Cleveland Browns
  • Will Witherspoon, LB, Tennessee Titans
  • Jarius Wynn, DE, Green Bay Packers

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Kentucky Wildcats – 12 players

  • Randall Cobb, WR, Green Bay Packers
  • John Conner, FB, New York Jets
  • Jeremy Jarmon, DT, Denver Broncos
  • Steve Johnson, WR, Buffalo Bills
  • Trevard Lindley, CB, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Tim Masthay, P, Green Bay Packers
  • Corey Peters, DT, Atlanta Falcons
  • Myron Pryor, DR, New England Patriots
  • Alfonso Smith, RB, Arizona Cardinals
  • Jacob Tamme, TE, Indianapolis Colts
  • Garry Williams, OT, Carolina Panthers
  • Wesley Woodyard, LB, Denver Broncos

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
LSU Tigers – 38 players

  • Joseph Addai, RB, Indianapolis Colts
  • Joe Barksdale, OT, Oakland Raiders
  • Dwayne Bowe, WR, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Ryan Clark, S, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Travis Daniels, CB, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Glenn Dorsey, DE, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Early Doucet, WR, Arizona Cardinals
  • Kevin Faulk, RB, New England Patriots
  • Matt Flynn, QB, Green Bay Packers
  • Howard Green, NT, Green Bay Packers
  • Chris Hawkins, CB, Tennessee Titans
  • Devery Henderson, WR, New Orleans Saints
  • Jacob Hester, FB, San Diego Chargers
  • Tyson Jackson, DE, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Bradie James, LB, Dallas Cowboys
  • Ricky Jean Francois, DT, San Francisco 49ers
  • Quinn Johnson, FB, Tennessee Titans
  • Donnie Jones, P, St. Louis Rams
  • Brandon LaFell, WR, Carolina Panthers
  • LaRon Landry, S, Washington Redskins
  • Nate Livings, G, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Todd McClure, C, Atlanta Falcons
  • Danny McCray, S, Dallas Cowboys
  • Richard Murphy, RB, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Drake Nevis, DT, Indianapolis Colts
  • Stephen Peterman, G, Detroit Lions
  • Patrick Peterson, CB, Arizona Cardinals
  • Stevan Ridley, RB, New England Patriots
  • Perry Riley, LB, Washington Redskins
  • Kelvin Sheppard, LB, Buffalo Bills
  • Marcus Spears, DE, Dallas Cowboys
  • Craig Steltz, S, Chicago Bears
  • Terrence Toliver, WR, Houston Texans
  • Corey Webster, CB, New York Giants
  • Andrew Whitworth, OT, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Kyle Williams, DT, Buffalo Bills
  • Keiland Williams, RB, Detroit Lions
  • Al Woods, DT, Seattle Seahawks

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Mississippi State Bulldogs – 15 players

  • Titus Brown, LB, Cleveland Browns
  • Jamar Chaney, LB, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Anthony Dixon, RB, San Francisco 49ers
  • Mario Haggan, LB, Denver Broncos
  • Antonio Johnson, DT, Indianapolis Colts
  • Reggie Kelly, TE, Atlanta Falcons
  • Tommy Kelly, DT, Oakland Raiders
  • Kyle Love, DT, New England Patriots
  • Pernell McPhee, DE, Baltimore Ravens
  • Jerious Norwood, RB, St. Louis Rams
  • Derek Sherrod, OL, Green Bay Packers
  • David Stewart, OL, Tennessee Titans
  • Chris White, LB, Buffalo Bills
  • Floyd Womack, OL, Arizona Cardinals
  • KJ Wright, LB, Seattle Seahawks

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Ole Miss Rebels – 21 players

  • Stacy Andrews, OL, New York Giants
  • BenJarvus Green-Ellis, RB, New England Patriots
  • Bruce Hall, RB, Buffalo Bills
  • Greg Hardy, DE, Carolina Panthers
  • Peria Jerry, DT, Atlanta Falcons
  • John Jerry, OL, Miami Dolphins
  • Kendrick Lewis, S, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Eli Manning, QB, New York Giants
  • Dexter McCluster, RB, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Jayme Mitchell, DE, Cleveland Browns
  • Michael Oher, OL, Baltimore Ravens
  • Ashlee Palmer, LB, Detroit Lions
  • Jermey Parnell, OL, Dallas Cowboys
  • Jerrell Powe, NT, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Jamarca Sanford, S, Minnesota Vikings
  • Chris Spencer, C, Chicago Bears
  • Michael Spurlock, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Emmanuel Stephens, DE, Cleveland Browns
  • Cassius Vaughn, DB, Denver Broncos
  • Mike Wallace, WR, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Patrick Willis, LB, San Francisco 49ers

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
South Carolina Gamecocks – 22 players

  • John Abraham, DE, Atlanta Falcons
  • Jasper Brinkley, LB, Minnesota Vikings
  • Sheldon Brown, CB, Cleveland Browns
  • Emanuel Cook, S, New York Jets
  • Jared Cook, TE, Tennessee Titans
  • Chris Culliver, SB, San Francisco 49ers
  • Patrick DiMarco, FB, San Diego Chargers
  • Clifton Geathers, DE, Dallas Cowboys
  • Andre’ Goodman, CB, Denver Broncos
  • Lemuel Jeanpierre, G, Seattle Seahawks
  • Johnathan Joseph, CB, Houston Texans
  • Jarriel King, OT, Seattle Seahawks
  • Cliff Matthews, DE, Atlanta Falcons
  • Captain Munnerlyn, CB, Carolina Panthers
  • Eric Norwood, DE, Carolina Panthers
  • Sidney Rice, WR, Seattle Seahawks
  • Dunta Robinson, CB, Atlanta Falcons
  • Weslye Saunders, TE, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Shaun Smith, DT, Tennessee Titans
  • Darian Stewart, S, St. Louis Rams
  • Ryan Succop, PK, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Travelle Wharton, G, Carolina Panthers

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Tennessee Volunteers – 36 players

  • Jason Allen, CB, Houston Texans
  • Robert Ayers, DE, Denver Broncos
  • Eric Berry, S, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Kevin Burnett, LB, Miami Dolphins
  • Chad Clifton, OT, Green Bay Packers
  • Dustin Colquitt, P, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Britton Colquitt, P, Denver Broncos
  • Morgan Cox, LS, Baltimore Ravens
  • Shaun Ellis, DE, New England Patriots
  • Arian Foster, RB, Houston Texans
  • Ramon Foster, OT, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Aubrayo Franklin, DT, New Orleans Saints
  • Oman Gaither, LB, Carolina Panthers
  • Deon Grant, S, New York Giants
  • Jabari Greer, CB, New Orleans Saints
  • Parys Haralson, LB, San Francisco 49ers
  • Montario Hardesty, RB, Cleveland Browns
  • Albert Haynesworth, DT, New England Patriots
  • John Henderson, DT, Oakland Raiders
  • Anthony Herrera, G, Minnesota Vikings
  • Peyton Manning, QB, Indianapolis Colts
  • David Martin, TE, Buffalo Bills
  • Jerod Mayo, LB, New England Patriots
  • Turk McBride, DE, New Orleans Saints
  • Jacques McClendon, G, Detroit Lions
  • Tony McDaniel, DE, Miami Dolphins
  • Robert Meachem, WR, New Orleans Saints
  • Marvin Mitchell, LB, Miami Dolphins
  • Denarius Moore, WR, Oakland Raiders
  • Chris Scott, OT, Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Donte’ Stallworth, WR, Washington Redskins
  • Luke Stocker, TE, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Scott Wells, C, Green Bay Packers
  • Dan Williams, DT, Arizona Cardinals
  • Gibril Wilson, S, Cincinnati Bengals
  • Jason Witten, TE, Dallas Cowboys

Southeastern Conference Football NFL Players List
Vanderbilt Commodores – 6 players

  • Earl Bennett, WR, Chicago Bears
  • Jay Cutler, QB, Chicago Bears
  • Jonathan Goff, LB, New York Giants
  • Myron Lewis, CB, Tampa Bay Buccanneers
  • D.J. Moore, CB, Chicago Bears
  • Chris Williams, OT, Chicago Bears

Note: All player roster information taken from ESPN.com





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Comments 18

  1. For ranking SEC programs for producing quality NFL players, must only active players be considered, or can we look into the past?

    • Jon
      Commented : 3 years ago

      For this purpose, just active. But you can throw in the past if you wish.

      • If we stick with current players only, then LSU and Tennessee are vying for the top spot. In fact, except for the Jamarcus Russell debacle, I can’t think of any of the current large crop of players they have who aren’t producing (Although I would like to see Jabari Greer pick up a little slack downfield. I’m still stewing over the awful pass coverage the Saints put up against the Packers.)

        However, in historical terms, I think Alabama can claim the title for QBs. How can I say that? The first three Super Bowls were won by Alabama QBs.

        • According to the Alabama Football Media Guide, Bammer has 5,378,907 current and former NFL players dating all the way back to 2827 BC which is the same year they won their 9th National Championship.

  2. Emanuel Cook plays safety for the Jets, not Jared. Jared plays TE for the Titans, so the Total for South Carolina should be 22, not 21. No relation, BTW.

  3. I don’t know about the other teams but Alabama has more than 23 on the current rosters. He may be third on the depth chart but J. P. Wilson is still with the Falcons.

  4. LSU #1 with 38

  5. Jweab
    Commented : 3 years ago

    If you are counting numbers then sure Randy.

  6. As much as I hate to admit it, Tennessee wins this one hands down. That list of NFL players is ridiculous.

  7. Quality not Quantity. Bart Star, Joe Namath, Ken Stabler, Shuan Alexander, Roman Harper, DeMeco Ryans, Andre Smith, Rolondo McClain, Julio Jones, Wallace Gillberry, Kareem Jackson, Marcell Dareus. All of which have either won a super bowl, hall of famers, future hall of famers, and current starters on NFL rosters

  8. I think he said active not former dude, but if thats how you want to play it.
    Here is a list of every Tennessee player to go into the NFL: http://www.databasefootball.com/players/bycollege.htm?sch=University+of+Tennessee.

  9. Jweab
    Commented : 3 years ago

    I think you didn’t really read his last sentence. The fact that you want to argue it as him posting this in response to the article and not as just a related set of facts for ONE team is totally subjective to you lukeallen.

    • well you caught me and i wont deny it but come on man how can you argue with the list he put up that Tennessee is the best pro factory in the SEC in the last 20 years? I remember NFL channel and SI did ratings on the best recent pro factories and Tennessee was #5 in the SI one and in the top 10 in the NFL one. I am totally biased because it is my team but come on man if you tell me that UT inst producing top tier football players you are out your damn mind.

    • how did I get logged in under Chris Duncan idk sorry Chris. but that whole post was mine and not his.

      • Jweab
        Commented : 3 years ago

        Haha that’s kind of weird. But I never said Tennessee doesn’t put out quality NFL players. I was just backing up Tideroller’s post is all. No disrespect to UT’s player history.

  10. Jon, well since this is an SEC website and it is always fun to poke at other SEC schools currently LSU is the top of the heap simply because it has the most players CURRENTLY “key word being currently that is why it is capitalized” in the NFL. So rock on Tigers with a big GEAUX TIGERS.

    But I feel that us SEC-ites should be proud as hell of that list from top to bottom, I have to believe 283 current NFL players “I hope that math works out, no calculator on hand and I did graduate from the SEC so who knows” is tops from any conference out there. We should be all proud of the caliber of football our conference plays and the talent we have in the conference, I know I am!!!! To me this just proves “that is if the last 5 national titles don’t the SEC is the best in the land and if you want to be the best than come down and play the best in the SEC, that is if you have the stones to do so!!!! — Geaux LSU and Go SEC!!!! — Keep up the great work!!!