8. University of Georgia: 38
There’s a reason why Georgia finally decided to part ways with former head coach Mark Richt. You could make the argument that no team in the nation underperformed as consistently over the past two decades as the University of Georgia, given the ridiculous amount of talent collected over the years in Athens. Matthew Stafford, A.J. Green, Justin Houston, Geno Atkins, and Todd Gurley are some of the best players at their respective positions in the NFL; all of them played for the Bulldogs at one point. If you go down a tier to the “solid to really good” NFL players, there’s Thomas Davis, Reshad Jones, and Alec Ogletree. Outside linebacker Leonard Floyd was a top 12 selection in the 2016 NFL Draft.