The NFL is loaded with former SEC stars, and several of them are still playing deep into the postseason.

Nearly every SEC program has at least one representative on one of the NFL’s four remaining teams. Only Auburn does not have a player on the 53-man roster for the Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco 49ers or the Detroit Lions. A total of 46 former SEC players are listed on the primary rosters for the 4 remaining NFL franchises.

Here’s a breakdown of every former SEC player who will feature in 1 of the NFL’s 2 conference championship games on Sunday:

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Nick Bolton, linebacker (Missouri)
  • Mike Edwards, safety (Kentucky)
  • Clyde Edwards-Helaire, running back (LSU)
  • Neil Farrell, defensive end (LSU)
  • Blaine Gabbert, quarterback (Missouri)
  • Willie Gay, linebacker (Mississippi State)
  • Mecole Hardman, wide receiver (Georgia)
  • Malik Herring, defensive end (Georgia)
  • Chris Jones, defensive tackle (Mississippi State)
  • LaMical Perine, running back (Florida)
  • Trey Smith, offensive line (Tennessee)
  • Jawaan Taylor, offensive line (Florida)
  • Kadarius Toney, wide receiver (Florida)
  • Tommy Townsend, punter (Florida)

The Chiefs’ SEC contingent is led by linebacker Nick Bolton, the Missouri product who recovered a fumble and scored a touchdown in Kansas City’s 38-35 win over the Eagles in last year’s Super Bowl. Chris Jones is also amongst the headliners of this group as he’s regarded as one of the top interior defensive linemen in the NFL.

Baltimore Ravens

  • Odell Beckham Jr., wide receiver (LSU)
  • Ben Cleveland, offensive line (Georgia)
  • Jadeveon Clowney, defensive end (South Carolina)
  • Marlon Humphrey, cornerback (Alabama)
  • Justin Madubuike, defensive tackle (Texas A&M)
  • Jeremiah Moon, outside linebacker (Florida)
  • Patrick Queen, linebacker (LSU)
  • Tavius Robinson, outside linebacker (Ole Miss)
  • Roquan Smith, linebacker (Georgia)

The Ravens’ group of ex-SEC stars includes players from multiple generations. Odell Beckham Jr. and Jadeveon Clowney were tormenting SEC opponents over a decade ago. Patrick Queen and Roquan Smith are younger players, but they’re both expected to have a big impact in the middle of Baltimore’s defense on Sunday. Marlon Humphrey, who has been questionable this week, will also be a key part of the Ravens’ defensive efforts vs. Patrick Mahomes if he’s able to play.

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Detroit Lions

  • Alex Anzalone, linebacker (Florida)
  • Brian Branch, defensive back (Alabama)
  • C.J. Gardner-Johnson, defensive back (Florida)
  • Jahmyr Gibbs, running back (Alabama)
  • Charles Harris, defensive line (Missouri)
  • Hendon Hooker, quarterback (Tennessee)
  • Benito Jones, defensive line (Ole Miss)
  • Josh Paschal, defensive line (Kentucky)
  • Frank Ragnow, offensive line (Arkansas)
  • Jalen Reeves-Maybin, linebacker (Tennessee)
  • Josh Reynolds, wide receiver (Texas A&M)
  • Dan Skipper, offensive line (Arkansas)
  • Cameron Sutton, cornerback (Tennessee)
  • Jameson Williams, wide receiver (Alabama)

Former Arkansas center Frank Ragnow made headlines last week as he gutted through multiple injuries to help lead the Lions to the NFC Championship Game. Ragnow is once again expected to play through the pain on Sunday in San Francisco. C.J. Gardner-Johnson, Jahmyr Gibbs, Dan Skipper, Cameron Sutton and Jameson Williams are also amongst Detroit’s key players in this matchup.

San Francisco 49ers

  • Brandon Allen, quarterback (Arkansas)
  • Robert Beal Jr., defensive line (Georgia)
  • Oren Burks, linebacker (Vanderbilt)
  • Chris Conley, wide receiver (Georgia)
  • Dre Greenlaw, linebacker (Arkansas)
  • Jauan Jennings, wide receiver (Tennessee)
  • Javon Kinlaw, defensive tackle (South Carolina)
  • Deebo Samuel, wide receiver (South Carolina)
  • Charlie Woerner, tight end (Georgia)

Deebo Samuel is the headliner of this group. The former South Carolina star has become one of the NFL’s most versatile offensive weapons. He played sparingly last week against Green Bay due to injury, but is expected to give it a go on Sunday night. Dre Greenlaw made arguably the biggest play of San Francisco’s season last week as he picked off Jordan Love to effectively end the game and send the Niners to the NFC title game.

Here’s how it breaks down by team:

  • Georgia: 7
  • Florida: 7
  • Tennessee: 5
  • Alabama: 4
  • LSU: 4
  • Arkansas: 4
  • South Carolina: 3
  • Missouri: 3
  • Kentucky: 2
  • Texas A&M: 2
  • Ole Miss: 2
  • Mississippi State: 2
  • Vanderbilt: 1
  • Auburn: 0

These lists do not include players who are on the practice squad or injured reserve but may include players who are inactive for Sunday’s games.