Not only is the SEC dominant on Saturdays, but the league also flexes its muscles on NFL Sundays.
The SEC had a heavy contingent once again as the Top 100 Players of 2017 is being revealed once again by NFL Network.
The list, which is voted on by NFL players, rates the top 100 players in the league. The top 10 will be released at 8 p.m. ET on Monday.
SEC schools Georgia and Alabama led the way with alumni on the list, pegging five players apiece.
Georgia is represented by Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. Green, who is No. 17; Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford at 31; Cincinnati defensive tackle Geno Atkins at 68; Kansas City linebacker Justin Houston at 76; and Carolina linebacker Thomas Davis at 89. Georgia also had the most players on the 2016 list with six.
Alabama had only one player make the list in 2016, but this year, Atlanta wide receiver Julio Jones (who made the top 10 and will have his spot revealed on Monday), is joined by New York Giants safety Landon Collins at 28; Oakland wide receiver Amari Cooper at 53; Green Bay safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix at 77; and New England linebacker Dont’a Hightower at 94.
In all, the SEC landed 23 players on the list, compared to 19 from the Big Ten, 15 from the Pac-12, 14 from the ACC and 11 from the Big 12.
Four schools had four players apiece on the list, as Oklahoma, Stanford, USC and Wisconsin tied for third place.
LSU and Texas A&M were among a group of six schools that had three players.
For the Tigers, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is in the top 10, Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson is 19; and Miami wide receiver Jarvis Landry is 42.
For the Aggies, Denver defensive end Von Miller is in the top 10, Tampa Bay wide receiver Mike Evans is 29; and Seattle defensive end Michael Bennett is 46.
Mississippi State was one of 13 schools to place two players on the list, as Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott was rated No. 14 and Philadelphia defensive tackle Fletcher Cox was 38th.
Auburn’s lone representative is quarterback Cam Newton, who is 44th after being rated first in 2016.
Florida (Atlanta cornerback Janoris Jenkins, 54), South Carolina (Houston defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, 49), Tennessee (Kansas City safety Eric Berry, 13) and Vanderbilt (San Diego cornerback Casey Hayward, 64) also had one player on the list.