2024 NFL Pro Bowl Rosters By College

    The NFL Pro Bowl rosters have been revealed, leaving college fans to wonder which universities were most represented across the all-star selections.

    The NFL Pro Bowl rosters have been revealed, highlighting the best players and most polarizing athletes from across the nation. These players were voted on by fans from their on-field success and off-field personas.

    But before their professional brands were built, each of these Pro Bowl players starred in college. Which colleges produced the most Pro Bowl talent?

    NFL Pro Bowl Rosters By College

    In total, 52 different colleges were represented across both sides of the Pro Bowl rosters. Of those, 17 different schools were presented by at least two selections.

    The Alabama Crimson Tide led all colleges in terms of most Pro Bowl selections with seven. Here’s how they stacked up.

    Alabama: 7
    Notre Dame: 6
    Oklahoma: 5
    Georgia: 4
    Cincinnati: 3
    Iowa: 3
    LSU: 3
    Mississippi State: 3
    Texas A&M: 3
    Boston College: 2
    BYU: 2
    Cal: 2

    NC State: 2
    Ohio State: 2
    Ole Miss: 2
    Temple: 2
    Wisconsin: 2
    Arkansas: 1
    Arkansas-Pine Bluff: 1
    Baylor: 1
    Buffalo: 1
    Clemson: 1
    Eastern Michigan: 1
    FAU: 1
    Florida State: 1
    Fresno State: 1
    Harvard: 1
    Illinois: 1
    Iowa State: 1
    Kentucky: 1
    Louisville: 1
    Miami (FL): 1
    Michigan: 1

    Middle Tennessee: 1
    Nevada: 1
    Oregon: 1
    Penn State: 1
    Pittsburgh: 1
    Purdue: 1
    Rutgers: 1
    South Carolina State: 1
    Southern Utah: 1
    Stanford: 1
    Tennessee: 1
    Texas: 1
    Texas Tech: 1
    Utah: 1
    Utah State: 1
    Wake Forest: 1
    Washington: 1
    Weber State: 1
    West Alabama: 1

    Pro Bowl Selections By Conference

    At the conference level, the SEC led the way by a large margin. Ten different SEC schools were represented across a total of 26 athletes from SEC schools.

    Here’s how the conferences stacked up with FCS players grouped all together:

    SEC: 26
    Big 12: 14
    Big Ten: 12
    ACC: 10
    Pac-12: 6
    Independent: 6
    FCS: 5
    American: 3
    Mountain West: 3
    MAC: 2
    Conference USA: 1

    AFC Rosters By College

    Quarterbacks

    • Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama
    • Lamar Jackson, Louisville
    • Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech

    Running Backs

    • Raheem Mostert, Purdue
    • James Cook, Georgia
    • Derrick Henry, Alabama
    • Alec Ingold (FB), Wisconsin

    Wide Receivers

    • Tyreek Hill, West Alabama
    • Amari Cooper, Alabama
    • Keenan Allen, Cal
    • Ja’Marr Chase, LSU

    Tight Ends

    • Travis Kelce, Cincinnati
    • David Njoku, Miami (FL)

    Tackles

    • Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss
    • Dion Dawkins, Temple
    • Terron Armstead, Arkansas-Pine Bluff

    Guards

    • Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame
    • Joel Bitonio, Nevada
    • Joe Thuney, NC State

    Centers

    • Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
    • Tyler Linderbaum, Iowa

    Defensive Ends

    • Myles Garrett, Texas A&M
    • Maxx Crosby, Eastern Michigan
    • Trey Hendrickson, FAU

    Interior Linemen

    • Chris Jones, Mississippi State
    • Quinnen Williams, Alabama
    • Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M

    Outside Linebackers

    • T.J. Watt, Wisconsin
    • Khalil Mack, Buffalo
    • Josh Allen, Kentucky

    Inside Linebackers

    • Roquan Smith, Georgia
    • Patrick Queen, LSU

    Cornerbacks

    • Pat Surtain II, Alabama
    • Sauce Gardner, Cincinnati
    • Jalen Ramsey, Florida State
    • Denzel Ward, Ohio State

    Free Safeties

    • Justin Simmons, Boston College
    • Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama

    Strong Safety

    • Kyle Hamilton, Notre Dame

    Specialists

    • Ross Matiscik (LS), Baylor
    • AJ Cole (P), NC State
    • Justin Tucker (K), Texas
    • Marvin Mins Jr. (KR), Oklahoma
    • Miles Killebrew (ST), Southern Utah

    NFC Rosters By College

    Quarterbacks

    • Brock Purdy, Iowa State
    • Dak Prescott, Mississippi State
    • Matthew Stafford, Georgia

    Running Backs

    • Christian McCaffrey, Stanford
    • D’Andre Swift, Georgia
    • Kyren Williams, Notre Dame
    • Kyle Juszczyk (FB), Harvard

    Wide Receivers

    • CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma
    • A.J. Brown, Ole Miss
    • Mike Evans, Texas A&M
    • Puka Nacua, BYU

    Tight Ends

    • George Kittle, Iowa
    • Sam LaPorta, Iowa

    Tackles

    • Trent Williams, Oklahoma
    • Lane Johnson, Oklahoma
    • Penei Sewell, Oregon

    Guards

    • Zack Martin, Notre Dame
    • Chris Lindstrom, Boston College
    • Landon Dickerson, Alabama

    Centers

    • Jason Kelce, Cincinnati
    • Frank Ragnow, Arkansas

    Defensive Ends

    • Nick Bosa, Ohio State
    • Montez Sweat, Mississippi State
    • Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan

    Interior Linemen

    • Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh
    • Dexter Lawrence, Clemson
    • Javon Hargrave, South Carolina State

    Outside Linebackers

    • Micah Parsons, Penn State
    • Danielle Hunter, LSU
    • Haason Reddick, Temple

    Inside Linebackers

    • Fred Warner, BYU
    • Bobby Wagner, Utah State

    Cornerbacks

    • DaRon Bland, Fresno State
    • Charvarius Ward, Middle Tennessee
    • Jaylon Johnson, Utah
    • Devon Witherspoon, Illinois

    Free Safeties

    • Jessie Bates, Wake Forest

    Strong Safety

    • Budda Baker, Washington
    • Julian Love, Notre Dame

    Specialists

    • Andrew DePaola (LS), Rutgers
    • Bryan Anger (P), Cal
    • Brandon Aubrey (K), Notre Dame
    • Rashid Shaheed (KR), Weber State
    • Jalen Reeves-Maybin (ST), Tennessee

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