Which College Football Teams Will Produce the Most NFL Players in 2010?

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Which College Football Teams Will Produce the Most NFL Players in 2010?

If you ask any of this year’s blue chip high school football recruits what is the most important factor when choosing a school to sign with, their answer probably won’t include who has the best communications program.

Nope, if they were being completely honest, they would tell you they’re looking to choose the school which they feel best prepares them for a chance to play on Sundays. That’s the goal for these players.

The powerhouses all specialize in it. Florida, Alabama, USC, Oklahoma, Texas, LSU, Ohio State and others all routinely send class after class off to the pros after every season.

Last year it was Florida who led the way with nine total draft selections, while Alabama came in second with seven.

Different schools lead the way every year, but normally there’s a consistency in who ranks near the top of the list. This year, there are a few teams that are stockpiled full of some top NFL talent.

Let’s take a look at 10 teams that should be producing a good amount of prospects for the 2011 NFL Draft.

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