Katherine Wright | NCAA.com | February 3, 2020

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Super Bowl LIV between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs gathers 106 former college football players. The Big Ten and SEC garner the largest representation in Miami, combining for 34 players.

Penn State ranks at the top with five representatives, and the FCS and DII football both have former players on active rosters.

Super Bowl LIV Miami

Here is how the rosters break down:

Super Bowl Rosters: Colleges represented by the San Francisco 49ers

Active Roster

Player Number Position College
Azeez Al-Shaair 51 LB Florida Atlantic
Kwon Alexander 56 LB LSU
Arik Armstead 91 DL Oregon
C.J. Beathard 3 QB Iowa
Nick Bosa 97 DL Ohio State
Kendrick Bourne 84 WR Eastern Washington
Matt Breida 22 RB Georgia Southern
Daniel Brunskill 60 OL San Diego State
DeForest Buckner 99 DL Oregon
Tevin Coleman 26 RB Indiana
Sheldon Day 96 DL Notre Dame
Ross Dwelley 82 TE San Diego
Dee Ford 55 DL Auburn
Ben Garland 63 OL Air Force
Jimmy Garoppolo 10 QB Eastern Illinois
Kevin Givens 90 DL Penn State
Robbie Gould 9 K Penn State
Dre Greenlaw 57 LB Arkansas
Marcell Harris 36 S Florida
Daniel Helm 43 TE Duke
Richie James Jr. 13 WR Middle Tennessee State
Dontae Johnson 35 CB North Carolina State
Kyle Juszczyk 44 FB Harvard
George Kittle 85 TE Iowa
Elijah Lee 47 LB Kansas State
Jordan Matthews 81 WR Vanderbilt
Mike McGlinchey 69 T Notre Dame
Earl Mitchell 93 DL Arizona
Tarvarius Moore 33 DB Southern Mississippi
Emmanuel Moseley 41 CB Tennessee
Raheem Mostert 31 RB Purdue
Nick Mullens 4 QB Southern Mississippi
Kyle Nelson 86 LS New Mexico State
Mark Nzeocha 53 LB Wyoming
Mike Person 68 OL Montana State
Dante Pettis 18 WR Washington
D.J. Reed Jr. 32 DB Kansas State
Deebo Samuel 19 WR South Carolina
Emmanuel Sanders 17 WR Southern Methodist
Richard Sherman 25 CB Stanford
Justin Skule 67 OT Vanderbilt
Joe Staley 74 T Central Michigan
Jaquiski Tartt 29 S Samford
Solomon Thomas 94 DL Stanford
Levine Toilolo 83 TE Stanford
Laken Tomlinson 75 OL Duke
Jimmie Ward 20 DB Northern Illinois
Fred Warner 54 LB BYU
K'Waun Williams 24 CB Pittsburgh
Jeff Wilson Jr. 30 RB North Texas
Mitch Wishnowsky 6 P Utah
Ahkello Witherspoon 23 CB Colorado
Anthony Zettel 92 DL Penn State

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Super Bowl Rosters: Colleges represented by the Kansas City Chiefs

Active roster

Player Number Position College
Khalen Saunders 99 DT Western Illinois
Xavier Williams 98 DT Northern Iowa
Chris Jones 95 DT Mississippi State
Terrell Suggs 94 DE Arizona State
Tanoh Kpassagnon 92 DE Villanova
Derrick Nnadi 91 DT Florida State
Travis Kelce 87 TE Cincinnati
Deon Yelder 82 TE Western Kentucky
Blake Bell 81 TE Oklahoma
Andrew Wylie 77 G Eastern Michigan
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif 76 G McGill (Canada)
Cam Erving 75 T Florida State
Nick Allegretti 73 G Illinois
Eric Fisher 72 T Central Michigan
Mitchell Schwartz 71 T California
Jackson Barton 68 OT Utah
Mike Pennel 64 DT Colorado State Pueblo
Austin Reiter 62 C South Florida
Stefen Wisniewski 61 G Penn State
Ryan Hunter 60 G Bowling Green
Reggie Ragland 59 LB Alabama
Ben Niemann 56 LB Iowa
Frank Clark 55 DE Michigan
Damien Wilson 54 LB Minnesota
Anthony Hitchens 53 LB Iowa
Demone Harris 52 LB Buffalo
Darron Lee 50 LB Ohio State
Daniel Sorensen 49 S BYU
Dorian O'Daniel 44 LB Clemson
Anthony Sherman 42 FB Connecticut
James Winchester 41 LS Oklahoma
Charvarius Ward 35 CB Middle Tennessee State
Darwin Thompson 34 RB Utah State
Tyrann Mathieu 32 S LSU
Alex Brown 30 DB South Carolina State
Kendall Fuller 29 CB Virginia Tech
Rashad Fenton 27 CB South Carolina
Damien Williams 26 RB Oklahoma
LeSean McCoy 25 RB Pittsburgh
Jordan Lucas 24 S Penn State
Armani Watts 23 S Texas A&M
Bashaud Breeland 21 CB Clemson
Morris Claiborne 20 CB LSU
Mecole Hardman 17 WR Georgia
Patrick Mahomes 15 QB Texas Tech
Sammy Watkins 14 WR Clemson
Byron Pringle 13 WR Kansas State
Demarcus Robinson 11 WR Florida
Tyreek Hill 10 WR West Alabama
Matt Moore 8 QB Oregon State
Harrison Butker 7 K Georgia Tech
Chad Henne 4 QB Michigan
Dustin Colquitt 2 P Tennessee

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Breakdown by college

Here are all the schools with at least three players or more:

School Number of players
Penn State 5
Iowa 4
Oklahoma 3
Clemson 3
LSU 3
Kansas State 3
Stanford 3

Breakdown by Conference

Here are all the conferences represented at least two times or more:

Note: The FCS has 10 total players and DII has two, respectively.

Conference Players
Big Ten 17
SEC 17
ACC 12
Pac-12 13
Big 12 7
Conference USA 7
Mid-American 6
FBS Independent 5
American 4
Mountain West 4
Big Sky (FCS) 2
Missouri Valley Football Conference (FCS) 2

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