In recent years, many people have given the University if Miami the nickname "NFL U," which many see as a fitting name for the school, as over the last 30 years or so, they have not just been amongst the top schools in the nation in sending players to the NFL, but they've also had those players regularly develop into top-tier talent in the pros.
This past season alone, the Hurricanes sent 10 players to the Pro Bowl, six of whom were starters. Last year, 12 players were elected, an all-time record for a school sending players to a single Pro Bowl.
But there was also plenty of talent coming out of The U before this current batch of stars. The Hurricanes have been sending players to the Pro Bowl since DL Bob Masterson was elected in 1942.
With all that in mind, let's take a look at the former Hurricanes who have had the most success in the NFL.
But instead of just doing a top 50 or something, this is going to be a full 53-man roster, something that is nearly impossible to do with the vast majority of college football teams but can be accomplished with the Hurricanes, despite their relatively short history compared to other elite college teams.
So let's get started by looking at the QBs who came out of Miami to make a name for themselves.