Ranking the colleges with the most players

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Many college programs will be represented in Super Bowl 55, as Michigan and LSU headline.

Michigan football fans will be ecstatic to see so many Wolverines playing in Super Bowl 55, as will LSU football fans.

With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers “hosting” the Kansas City Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium in two Sundays, we will see plenty of former college stars out in full force. Whether you root for Michigan, LSU or any other college team for that matter, here is a list of some of the school that will be the most represented at Super Bowl 55. Some of these programs listed may shock you.

Super Bowl 55 players from noted college programs

Michigan Wolverines (7)

  • Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady
  • Chiefs defensive lineman Taco Charlton
  • Chiefs defensive lineman Frank Clark
  • Chiefs defensive lineman Mike Danna
  • Chiefs quarterback Chad Henne
  • Chiefs offensive lineman Patrick Omameh
  • Buccaneers punter Matt Wile

LSU Tigers (6)

  • Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire
  • Buccaneers running back Leonard Fournette
  • Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu
  • Buccaneers linebacker Kevin Minter
  • Buccaneers linebacker Devin White
  • Chiefs running back Darrel Williams

Clemson Tigers (4)

  • Chiefs cornerback Bashaud Breeland
  • Chiefs linebacker Dorian O’Daniel
  • Buccaneers punter Bradley Pinion
  • Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins

Iowa Hawkeyes (4)

  • Chiefs linebacker Anthony Hitchens
  • Buccaneers defensive lineman Anthony Nelson
  • Chiefs linebacker Ben Niemann
  • Buccaneers offensive lineman Tristan Wirfs

Penn State Nittany Lions (4)

  • Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin
  • Buccaneers offensive lineman A.Q. Shipley
  • Buccaneers offensive lineman Donovan Smith
  • Chiefs offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski

South Carolina Gamecocks (4)

  • Chiefs cornerback Rashad Fenton
  • Chiefs cornerback Chris Gammons
  • Buccaneers defensive lineman Kobe Smith
  • Buccaneers kicker Ryan Succop

Central Michigan Chippewas (3)

  • Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown
  • Chiefs offensive lineman Eric Fisher
  • Buccaneers cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting

Minnesota Golden Gophers (3)

  • Buccaneers wide receiver Tyler Johnson
  • Chiefs linebacker Damien Wilson
  • Buccaneers safety Antoine Winfield Jr.

Mississippi State Bulldogs (3)

  • Chiefs linebacker Willie Gay
  • Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones
  • Chiefs offensive lineman Martinas Rankin

Texas A&M Aggies (3)

  • Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans
  • Chiefs tight end Ricky Seals-Jones
  • Chiefs safety Armani Watts

Washington Huskies (3)

  • Buccaneers wide receiver Jaydon Mickens
  • Buccaneers defensive lineman Brandon Potoa’e
  • Buccaneers defensive lineman Vita Vea

With players like Tom Brady and Frank Clark representing Michigan and Leonard Fournette and Tyrann Mathieu representing LSU, both schools are well-represented at seven players and six players apiece, respectively. Programs like Clemson, Iowa, Penn State and South Carolina have four apiece. Five other programs have at least three of its former players in Super Bowl 55.

Ultimately, having this many players playing in the Super Bowl from a particular school is a massive recruiting advantage. The head coach of said school can point to this NFL title bout and say, “If you come play for me, I can get you to the NFL and you might end up playing in a Super Bowl.” It is a bit of a reach, but you would not put this past the most relentless college recruiters.

Look for former Wolverines and Tigers to play a big part in if the Chiefs or Buccaneers win.

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