The SEC’s dominance of the last decade of college football has translated to the next level, as no conference in the FBS had more NFL alums this season than the SEC.

Nine of the conference’s 14 teams had at least 20 former stars playing in the NFL in 2014, and five had at least 30 alums starring at the pro level. Alabama and LSU each boasted 42 NFL stars apiece, more than Kentucky, Mississippi State and Vanderbilt combined.

Here’s a rundown of how many NFL stars began their careers at SEC schools, and a list of some of the SEC’s notable alums starring in the NFL this season:

TeamNo. of playersNoteables
Alabama42Julio Jones, Eddie Lacy, Dre Kirkpatrick, C.J. Mosley
Arkansas15Peyton Hillis, Darren McFadden, Jason Peters, Jarius Wright
Auburn27Cam Newton, Nick Fairley, Karlos Dansby, Ronnie Brown
Florida36Carlos Dunlap, Joe Haden, Percy Harvey, Maurkice Pouncey
Georgia39Matthew Stafford, Geno Atkins, A.J. Green, Knowshon Moreno
Kentucky14Randall Cobb, Stevie Johnson, Tim Masthay, Jacob Tamme
LSU42Odell Beckham Jr., Dwayne Bowe, Jeremy Hill, Patrick Peterson
Mississippi State15Fletcher Cox, Johnthan Banks, Darius Slay, K.J. Wright
Missouri22Aldon Smith, Jeremy Maclin, Ziggy Hood, Blaine Gabbert
Ole Miss19Eli Manning, Patrick Willis, Mike Wallace, Michael Oher
South Carolina28Alshon Jeffery, Jadeveon Clowney, John Abraham, Melvin Ingram
Tennesse31Peyton Manning, Arian Foster, Jason Witten, Jerod Mayo
Texas A&M25Johnny Manziel, Mike Evans, Ryan Tannehill, Von Miller
Vanderbilt11Jay Cutler, Jordan Matthews, Zac Stacy