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- Apr 28, 1999
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- Mesa, AZ
>>Link to articleWhat would happen if you created an All-Alumni starting lineup of current players NFL players? Which schools would be able to put together the best teams? In a recent ASK CFN, a reader basically asked that question and it sparked a ton of debate with as much response as the article has ever received.
Do you go with the teams that have the best skill players, or the ones that can field the best overall lineups? Which schools are shockingly average at cranking out current pro stars? It’s an interesting exercise.
Remember, these are current players, or players that are still close to playing, with the occasional current college stars thrown in to to fill out a starting lineup. A * is next to the names of the incoming rookies, and a ** is next to the names of the players coming back to school next year. Also to note, the idea is to find the best players for the lines and the secondaries; they might not always fit with four safeties or five tackles if needed.
Since the NFL has 12 playoff teams, here are the top All-Alumni squads, and the one that just missed.
I think this is fairly accurate, although in a playoff situation there is potential for upsets. I think the #6 ranked team could win it all with some help at receiver.