On the NFL’s opening week of the 2022 year, there ended up 55 Broward County higher school alumni drawing an NFL verify as a participant, far and away the most-represented county from expertise-abundant South Florida.
The tally signifies a slight dropoff from very last year’s 62 gamers, the significant-water mark for the county.
Meanwhile, Miami-Dade had 23 gamers drawing a paycheck as the time kicked off, down a whopping 36.1% from the county’s participant rely of 36 on opening weekend 2021. Broward had a 139% higher existence than its 305 neighbors as the NFL headed to Week 2.
When in several years past St. Thomas Aquinas has evidently led the way for the county, this yr they shared the leading spot, with the Raiders and American Heritage every single seeing a dozen alumni on rosters.
The opening-weekend gamers hailed from 19 educational institutions and could be identified on 25 teams, with the Denver Broncos major the way with five.
Due to the fact opening weekend, the number of Broward alumni has inched up from 55 to 57.
Below is the listing, in alphabetical order by last title of the players, who were both on the 53-person roster, the follow squad or on an wounded record. At the stop, there is a listing of how lots of arrive from each university and are on each NFL crew.
Josh Ali, Falcons, Chaminade-Madonna
Robbie Anderson, Panthers, South Plantation
Kevin Austin Jr., Jaguars, North Broward Prep
Giovani Bernard, Buccaneers, St. Thomas Aquinas
Nik Bonitto, Broncos, St. Thomas Aquinas
Joey Bosa, Chargers, St. Thomas Aquinas
Nick Bosa, 49ers, St. Thomas Aquinas
Marquise Brown, Cardinals, Chaminade-Madonna
Brian Burns, Panthers, American Heritage
Devin Bush, Steelers, Flanagan
Josh Bynes, Ravens, Boyd Anderson
Yodny Cajuste, Patriots, Miramar
Tyson Campbell, Jaguars, American Heritage
Trevon Coley, Bears, Miramar
Phillip Dorsett, Texans, St. Thomas Aquinas
Jon Feliciano, Giants, Western
Jonathan Ford, Packers, Dillard
Mike Harley Jr., Browns, St. Thomas Aquinas
Bobby Hart, Charges, St. Thomas Aquinas
Khalil Herbert, Bears, American Heritage
Faion Hicks, Broncos, Flanagan
James Houston IV, Lions, American Heritage
Tyler Huntley, Ravens, Hallandale
Danny Isidora, Cardinals, Cypress Bay
Eddie Jackson, Bears, Boyd Anderson
Shemar Jean-Charles, Packers, Miramar
Jerry Jeudy, Broncos, Deerfield Beach front
Brandon Johnson, Broncos, American Heritage
Lamarcus Joyner, Jets, St. Thomas Aquinas
Chris Lammons, Chiefs, Plantation
James McCourt, Jaguars, St. Thomas Aquinas
Isaiah McKenzie, Expenses, American Heritage
Josh Metellus, Vikings, Flanagan
Marken Michel, Commanders, American Heritage
Sony Michel, Chargers, American Heritage
Herb Miller, Browns, Miramar
Elijah Moore, Jets, St. Thomas Aquinas
Fabian Moreau, Giants, Western
Zack Moss, Expenditures, Hallandale
Trayvon Mullen, Cardinals, Coconut Creek
Joshua Palmer, Chargers, St. Thomas Aquinas
Patrick (Johnson) Peterson, Vikings, Blanche Ely
James Pierre, Steelers, Deerfield Seaside
Jason Pierre-Paul, Ravens, Deerfield Seashore
Pierre-Paul was signed following 7 days 2.
Brandon Powell, Rams, Deerfield Beach
Calvin Ridley, Falcons, Monarch
Aaron Robinson, Giants, Deerfield Seashore
Asante Samuel Jr., Chargers, St. Thomas Aquinas
Anthony Schwartz, Browns, American Heritage
Tedarrell Slaton, Packers, American Heritage
Geno Smith, Seahawks, Miramar
Pat Surtain II, Broncos, American Heritage
Binjimen Victor, Ravens, Coconut Creek
Rashad Weaver, Titans, Cooper City
Mike White, Jets, University Faculty
Marco Wilson, Cardinals, American Heritage
Quincy Wilson, Steelers, College College
Quincy Wilson was signed by the Steelers immediately after 7 days 2.
High Colleges: American Heritage (12), St. Thomas Aquinas (12), Deerfield Beach (5), Miramar (5), Flanagan (3), Boyd Anderson (2), Chaminade-Madonna (2), Coconut Creek (2), Hallandale (2), College College (2), Western (2), Blanche Ely, Cooper Town, Cypress Bay, Dillard, Monarch, North Broward Prep, Plantation, South Plantation
Groups: Broncos (5), Cardinals (4), Chargers (4), Ravens (4), Bears (3), Charges (3), Browns (3), Giants (3), Jaguars (3), Jets (3), Packers (3), Steelers (3), Falcons (2), Panthers (2), Vikings (2), 49ers (1), Buccaneers (1), Chiefs (1), Commanders (1), Lions (1), Patriots (1), Rams (1), Seahawks (1), Texans (1), Titans (1), Cowboys (), Saints (), Eagles (), Bengals (), Colts (), Raiders (), Dolphins ()
NFC: 25 AFC: 32 (30 on opening weekend)
Past Several years:
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