The SEC led all conferences with 25 players on the active rosters of Super Bowl LV teams. Now, 11 of those players have earned Super Bowl rings with Tampa Bay’s 31-9 dominating win over Kansas City at Raymond James Stadium, the Buccaneers’ home field.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers active roster (11)

  • Carlton Davis (Auburn)
  • Jamel Dean (Auburn)
  • Mike Edwards (Kentucky)
  • Mike Evans (Texas A&M)
  • Leonard Fournette (LSU)
  • Blaine Gabbert (Missouri)
  • Jeremiah Ledbetter (Arkansas)
  • Kevin Minter (LSU)
  • Ryan Succop (South Carolina)
  • Ke’Shawn Vaughn (Vanderbilt)
  • Devin White (LSU)

Fournette had a 27-yard touchdown run and White snagged an interception on the Chiefs’ final possession.

There may be more than 11 former SEC players receiving new jewelry when the Bucs hand out rings.

The NFL pays for 150 rings with distribution ultimately up to the team. Some owners pay for additional rings (or more expensive rings) out of pocket.

Here’s the list of other SEC alumni with the Bucs organization but not on the active roster:

Reserve/Injured/Practice Squad:

  • John Franklin III (Auburn)
  • Cyril Grayson (LSU)
  • O.J. Howard (Alabama)
  • Kobe Smith (South Carolina)
  • Prince Tega Wanogho (Auburn)