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Alumni in the NFL

2006

Kansas State

Josh Freeman – Miami Dolphins
Jordy Nelson – Green Bay Packers

Rutgers

Ray Rice – Baltimore Ravens (2006 Bowl MVP)
Kenny Britt – St Louis Rams
Brian Leonard – New Orleans Saints
Devin McCourty – New England Patriots
Jason McCourty – Tennessee Titans
Jamaal Westerman – New York Jets
Clark Harris – Cincinnati Bengals

2007

TCU

Andy Dalton – Cincinnati Bengals (2007 Bowl MVP)
David Hawthorne – New Orleans Saints
Jason Phillips – Carolina Panthers
Jerry Hughes – Buffalo Bills
Daryl Washington – Arizona Cardinals
Clint Gresham – Seattle Seahawks
Marshall Newhouse – New York Giants
Jeremy Kerley – New York Jets
Marcus Cannon – New England Patriots

Houston

Case Keenum – St Louis Rams
Donnie Avery – Kansas City Chiefs
Phillip Hunt – New Orleans Saints
Sebastian Vollmer – New England Patriots

2008

Western Michigan

E.J. Biggers – Philadelphia Eagles
Louis Delmas – Detroit Lions

Rice

James Casey – Denver Broncos
Scott Solomon – Cleveland Browns
Luke Wilson – Seattle Seahawks

2009

Missouri

Danario Alexander – San Diego Chargers
Blaine Gabbert – San Francisco 49ers
Andrew Gachkar – Dallas Cowboys
Kevin Rutland – Jacksonville Jaguars
Aldon Smith – Oakland Raiders
Sean Weatherspoon – Arizona Cardinals
Michael Egnew – Miami Dolphins
Tim Barnes – St. Louis Rams
Beau Brinkley – Tennessee Titans
Zaviar Gooden – Tennessee Titans
Dominique Hamilton – New York Giants
Kip Edwards – Cleveland Browns

2010

Illinois

Whitney Mercilus – Houston Texans
AJ Jenkins – Kansas City Chiefs
Jeff Allen – Kansas City Chiefs
Tavon Wilson – New England Patriots
Mikel Leshoure – Detroit Lions (2010 Bowl MVP)
Corey Liuget – San Diego Chargers
Martez Wilson – New Orleans Saints
Graham Pocic – St. Louis Rams
Hugh Thornton – Indianapolis Colts
Akeem Spence – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Baylor

Robert Griffin III – Washington Redskins
Kendall Wright – Tennessee Titans
Phillip Blake – Arizona Cardinals
Terrance Ganaway – New York Jets
Phillip Taylor – Cleveland Browns
Danny Watkins – Philadelphia Eagles
Josh Gordon – Cleveland Browns
Terrance Williams – Dallas Cowboys

2011

Texas A&M

Ryan Tannehill – Miami Dolphins (2011 Bowl MVP)
Randy Bullock – New York Jets
Cyrus Gray – Kansas City Chiefs
Terrence Frederick – New Orleans Saints
Tony Jerod-Eddie – San Francisco 49ers
Luke Joekel – Jacksonville Jaguars
Ben Bass – Dallas Cowboys
Damontre Moore – New Yorks Giants
Christine Michael – Washington Redskins
Patrick Lewis – Seattle Seahawks
Sean Porter – Cincinnati Bengals
Johnny Manziel – Cleveland Browns
Jake Matthews – Atlanta Falcons
Mike Evans – Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Northwestern

Drake Dunsmore – Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jeremy Ebert – Jacksonville Jaguars
Brian Arnfelt – Pittsburgh Steelers

2012

Texas Tech

Cody Davis – St. Louis Rams
Jace Amaro – New York Jets
Will Smith – Dallas Cowboys

Minnesota

MarQueis Gray – Buffalo Bills
Ra’Shede Hageman – Atlanta Falcons
Brock Vereen – New England Patriots

2013

Minnesota

MarQueis Gray – Buffalo Bills
Ra’Shede Hageman – Atlanta Falcons
Brock Vereen – Chicago Bears

Syracuse

Jay Bromley – New York Giants
Marquis Spruill – Atlanta Falcons

2014

Arkansas

A.J. Derby – New England Patriots
Martrell Spaight – Washington Redskins
Trey Flowers – New England Patriots
Tevin Mitchel – Indianapolis Colts

Texas

Mykkele Thompson – New York Giants
Jordan Hicks – Philadelphia Eagles
Quandre Diggs – Detroit Lions
Jaxon Shipley – Arizona Cardinals
Malcolm Brown – St. Louis Rams
Geoff Swaim – Dallas Cowboys
Cedric Reed – Buffalo Bills
John Harris – Atlanta Falcons

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