NFL Training Camps are opening around the league and teams are getting a look at their 90-man rosters, trying to narrow that down to 53 by the time the season rolls around. Which college conferences are most represented on NFL Training Camp rosters?
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As you'd expect, the SEC leads the way with 492 players in the NF. That's an average of about 35 players per SEC team now on NFL rosters.
The Big Ten is next with 376 players, and the ACC is right behind with 371. The Pac-12 is fourth with 353 players, ut because they ave fewer schools in their conference, the Pac-12 is actually second to the SEC with the most players per school (29.4) on training camp rosters. (Big Ten has 26.9, ACC has 26.5).
Here's a full breakdown of all players in NFL training camps by college conference (or division for non-FBS programs):
|Conference/Division||No. of Players|