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Which College Has Most Players in the Super Bowl? Players by School for 2022 Super Bowl 56

Adam Taylor McKillop
College with the most players in 2022 Super Bowl 56 features two major Power 5 programs tied for the top spot.
College with the most players in 2022 Super Bowl 56 features two major Power 5 programs tied for the top spot. / Rob Carr/GettyImages
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College With the Most Super Bowl Players This Year

With five former players from each, Louisiana State University (LSU) and the University of Florida are tied for the most players by college in this year's Super Bowl 56.

Super Bowl 56 Players by College 2022

1. LSU Tigers (5)

Bengals
Joe Burrow (QB)
Ja'Marr Chase (WR)
Tyler Shelvin (DT)
Rams
Odell Beckham (WR)
Andrew Whitworth (OL)

2. Florida Gators (5)

Bengals
Vernon Hargreaves III (CB)
Fred Johnson (OT)
Evan McPherson (K)
Rams
Van Jefferson (WR)
Brandon Powell (WR)

3. Ohio State Buckeyes (4)

Bengals
Eli Apple (CB)
Vonn Bell (S)
Sam Hubbard (DE)
Isaiah Prince (OT)

4. Clemson Tigers (4)

Bengals
Jackson Carman (OL)
Tee Higgins (WR)
D.J. Reader (DT)
Rams
Tremayne Anchrum Jr. (OL)

5. Georgia Bulldogs (4)

Bengals
Trey Hill (C)
Rams
Leonard Floyd (OLB)
Sony Michel (RB)
Matthew Stafford (QB)

6. Oklahoma Sooners (4)

Bengals
Joe Mixon (RB)
Samaje Perine (RB)
Rams
Bobby Evans (OL)
Ogbonnia Okoronkwo (OLB)

7. Washington Huskies (4)

Bengals
Drew Sample (TE)
Rams
Greg Gaines (DL)
Taylor Rapp (S)
Coleman Shelton (OL)

8. Purdue Boilermakers (3)

Bengals
Ricardo Allen (2)
Markus Bailey (LB)
Rams
Brycen Hopkins (TW)

9. Alabama Crimson Tide (3)

Bengals
Jonah Williams (OL)
Rams
Terrell Lewis (OLB)
A'Shawn Robinson (DL)

10. Texas A&M Aggies (3)

Bengals
Trayveon Williams (RB)
Rams
Bobby Brown III (DL)
Von Miller (OLB)

11. Utah Utes (3)

Rams
Terrell Burgess (S)
Matt Gay (K)
Eric Weddle (S)

12. Maryland Terrapins (2)

Bengals
Keandre Jones (LB)
Rams
Jake Funk (RB)

13. Colorado Buffaloes (2)

Bengals
Chidobe Awuzie (CB)
Josh Tupou (DT))

14. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (2)

Bengals
Jessie Bates III (S)
Rams
John Wolford (QB)

15. Pittsburgh Panthers (2)

Bengals
Tyler Boyd (WR)
Rams
Aaron Donald (DL)

16. Michigan Wolverines (2)

Bengals
Chris Evans (RB)
Rams
David Long Jr. (CB)

17. FAU Owls (2)

Bengals
Trey Hendrickson (DE)
Rams
Buddy Howell (RB)

18. NC State Wolfpack (2)

Bengals
B.J. Hill (DT)
Germaine Pratt (LB)

19. Cincinnati Bearcats (2)

Bengals
Kevin Huber (P)
Rams
Marquise Copeland (DL)

20. Stanford Cardinal (2)

Bengals
Trenton Irwin (WR)
Michael Thomas (S)

21. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (2)

Bengals
Khalid Kareem (DE)
Rams
Ben Skowronek (WR)

22. Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens (2)

Bengals
Zach Kerr (DT)
Rams
Troy Reeder (LB)

23. Michigan State Spartans (2)

Bengals
Trae Waynes (CB)
Rams
Brian Allen (OL)

24. Florida State Seminoles (2)

Rams
Cam Akers (RB)
Jalen Ramsey (CB)

25. Wisconsin Badgers (2)

Rams
David Edwards (OL)
Rob Havenstein (OL)

26. Iowa Hawkeyes (2)

Rams
Jake Gervase (S)
AJ Jackson (OL)

27. Penn State Nittany Lions (2)

Rams
Grant Haley (DB)
Nick Scott (S)

28. TCU Horned Frogs (2)

Rams
Travin Howard (LB)
Joe Noteboom (OL)

The following schools all have one former player represented:

Kansas
Arkansas
Utah State
Oklahoma State
Rutgers
Mississippi
Texas
Baylor
Nebraska
Boston College
Tulane
East Carolina
West Virginia
Southern Mississippi
Auburn
USF
Wyoming
Missouri
Nevada
Boise State
Concordia College St. Paul
Oregon State
Western Kentucky
Brown
Oregon
Eastern Washington
Azusa Pacific
Virginia
South Dakota
UAB


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