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If you were to make a list of attributes necessary to compete and succeed in the NFL, you might end up with carpal tunnel syndrome from all the writing. Only the very talented and hardworking will get even a glimpse of training camp, let alone the ability to make a career between the sidelines. Our society is obsessed with football, and the drive to win is unmatched.
Year after year, college football programs take raw high school players and develop them into rock-hard football machines; however, some universities seem to do it on a much more consistent basis. The following 10 schools have shown that even though the competition is tough, their cream of the crop rises to the top and NFL teams get what they need.
University of Miami
Number of NFL graduates: 292
Reason for success: The state of Florida is second to none when it comes to talented high school players. Miami certainly gains its share of NFL-caliber recruits from within the state, and has been doing so since the early 1980s, when Howard Schnellenberger and Jimmy Johnson converted raw talent into unparalleled production on the field. Five total national championships and a 58-game at-home winning streak from 1985 to 1994 created a legacy that oozes winners and NFL talent — no school has produced as much first-round NFL product as the Hurricanes.
Honors list: Four total NFL Hall of Famers, including Michael Irvin, Jim Kelly and Ted Hendricks. Also among the alumni are Bernie Kosar, Vinny Testaverde, Russell Maryland, Warren Sapp, Ray Lewis, Edgerrin James, and Jeremy Shockey.
Class of 2008: Wide receiver Lance Leggett could follow Irvin and will scare NFL defensive backs. Quarterback Kyle Wright has gobs of talent and the frame to succeed against higher competition.
University of Texas
Number of NFL graduates: 309
Reason for success: The Longhorns have one of the richest talent pools in the nation. Folks get pretty crazy for their Friday Night Lights, and young high school players are ready to play very early in their college careers because of their experience. Combine that with a committed coaching staff and choices galore, and it stands to reason that the NFL would come knocking. The Longhorns also have a penchant for winning, and winning big. Austin is home to four national championships and more than 800 wins for the legendary program.
Honors list: Four total NFL Hall of Famers, including Earl Campbell and Tom Landry. Eric Metcalf, Ricky Williams, Roy Williams, and Vince Young also herald from Texas.
Class of 2008: Defensive tackle Frank Okam has a massive body and the power and speed combination to bull-rush the best in the NFL. Wide receiver Limas Sweed is quick, tall, strong, and could remind some of Calvin Johnson.
Number of NFL graduates: 311
Reason for success: Two words: Joe Paterno. Beaver Stadium's mainstay coach has trolled the sidelines for more than four decades, and has produced two national championships. The Nittany Lions had moderate success under previous coaches, but JoePa took the program to another stratosphere, and his undying commitment to Penn State football has translated to his players. State College players have always had the work ethic to go with the immense talent — NFL scouts love that kind of product.
Honors list: Five total NFL Hall of Famers including Jack Ham, Franco Harris and Lenny Moore. Rosey Grier, Matt Millen, Curt Warner, LaVar Arrington, and Larry Johnson should also be mentioned as relevant graduates.
Class of 2008: Linebacker Dan Connor is a force on the outside and tackles everything, while quarterback Anthony Morelli has the potential to become a star in the mold of Kerry Collins.
How many straight years has the University of Michigan appeared in a bowl?