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2011 National Football League player demographics

2011 National Football League player demographics

 

October 17, 2011

 

Using National Football League roster data posted on Yahoo sports as of Sunday, October 16, 2011, there are:

 

1815 players are the 32 NFL teams

324 players are 5 feet 11 inches tall or shorter

138 players are 6 feet 6 inches to 6 feet 9 inches tall

299 players weigh between 155 pounds and 199 pounds.

382 players weigh between 300 pounds and 360 pounds.

 

The shortest 300-pound players are six feet zero inches.

Right Defensive Tackle Anthony Adams (age 31) of the Chicago Bears (Penn State)

Nose Tackle Kelly Gregg (age 34) of the Kansas City Chiefs (Oklahoma).

 

Four players played college ball in Canada. (4/1815=.22%)

Jon Ryan-Holder/punter-Seattle Seahawks (Regina, Saskachewan)

Derrick Ward-Running Back-Houston Texans (Ottawa Canada)

Israel Idonije-Left Defensive End-Chicago Bears (Manitoba)

Vaughn Martin-Right Defensive End-San Diego Chargers (Western, Ontario)

 

One player only has Community College experience (1/1815=.055%)

Mike Sellers (age 36-fullback-Washington Redskins-Walla Walla Washington Community College.

 

1578 played div 1-a college football (as defined today) (1578/1815=86.94%)

157 played div 1-aa college football. (157/1815=8.65%)

60 played div 2 college football (60/1815=3.30%)

12 played div 3 college football (12/1815=.66%)

2 played NAIA college football (2/1815=.11%)

1 player had no college football experience. Sav Rocca (age 37)-Washington Redskins-Holder/Punter (1/1815-.055%)

 

Using present college conference alignments (although the numbers are skewed because of all the realignment):

 

Of the 1578 players from div 1-a college football:

114 played in the ACC Atlantic

133 played in the ACC Coastal

109 played in the Big East

124 played in the Big Ten Leaders

116 played in the Big Ten Legends

157 played in the Big Twelve

42 played in Conference USA East

22 played in Conference USA West

34 played div 1-a independent

31 played in the MAC East

33 played in the MAC West

59 played in the Mountain West

107 played in the PAC Twelve North

127 played in the PAC Twelve South

137 played in the SEC East

143 played in the SEC West

32 played in the Sun Belt

58 played in the WAC

 

Of the 157 players from div 1-aa college football:

25 played in the Big Sky

5 played in the Big South

35 played in the Colonial League

1 played div 1-aa independent

6 played in the Great West

6 played in the Ivy League

15 played in the Mid-Eastern Athletic

19 played in the Missouri Valley

3 played in the Northeast Conference

9 played in the Ohio Valley

4 played in the Patriot League

2 played in the Pioneer League

11 played in the Southern Conference

6 played in the Southland Conference

6 played in the Southwestern Athletic East

3 played in the Southwestern Athletic West

 

Of the 60 players from div 2 college football:

2 played in the Central IAA East

8 played in the Great Lakes IAC

3 played in the Great Northwest AC

3 played in the Gulf South

1 played in the Lone Star North

12 played in the Lone Star South

9 played in the Mid-America IAC

2 played in the Northeast Ten

3 played in the Penn State AC East

5 played in the Penn State AC West

3 played in the Rocky Mountain AC

1 played in the South Atlantic Conference

1 played in the Southern IAC

 

Of the 12 players from div 3 college football:

1 played in the Atlantic Central Football conference

1 played in the CC Illinois and Wisconsin

1 played in the Central States Football League

1 played in the Iowa IAC

1 played in the Liberty League

1 played in the Mid-South West

1 played in the Mid-State FA ME

4 played in the Ohio AC

1 played in the Southern Collegiate AC

 

Of the 2 from NAIA college football:

1 played in the Heart of America AC

1 played for Concordia Oregon which dropped football

 

Of the 1815 total players:

48 played college football in the state of Alabama

24 played in Arkansas

28 played in Arizona

147 played in California

4 played in Canada

27 played in Colorado

11 played n Connecticut

3 played in Washington D.C.

5 played in Delaware

131 played in Florida

85 played in Georgia

12 played in Hawaii

42 played in Iowa

20 played in Idaho

42 played in Illinois

49 played in Indiana

26 played in Kansas

32 played in Kentucky

58 played in Louisiana

30 played in Massachusetts

33 played in Maryland

5 played in Maine

67 played in Michigan

6 played in Minnesota

22 played in Missouri

46 played in Mississippi

10 played in Montana

1 played in None

60 played in North Carolina

5 played in North Dakota

28 played in Nebraska

1 played in New Hampshire

18 played in New Jersey

8 played in New Mexico

10 played in Nevada

26 played in New York

85 played in Ohio

43 played in Oklahoma

47 played in Oregon

65 played in Pennsylvania

1 played in Rhode Island

52 played in South Carolina

5 played in South Dakota

55 played in Tennessee

124 played in Texas

40 played in Utah

61 played in Virginia

27 played in Washington

18 played in Wisconsin

16 played in West Virginia

6 played in Wyoming

 

Of the 1815 total players:

295 are rookies

33 have 1 year experience

290 have 2 years experience

215 have 3 years

195 have 4 years

149 have 5 years

161 have 6 years

116 have 7 years

102 have 8 years

75 have 9 years

50 have 10 years

37 have 11 years

27 have 12 years

14 have 13 years

12 have 14 years

9 have 15 years

4 have 16 years

1 has 17 years (Colts QB Kerry Collins, age 38, Penn State)

1 has 19 years (Jets Holder/QB Mark Brunell, age 41, Washington)

1 has 20 years (Lions K Jason Hanson, age 41, Washington State)

1 has 21 years (Saints K John Kasay, age 41, Georgia)

 

Of the 88 quarterbacks listed: (Saints Chase Daniel (age 25) and Jets Mark Brunell (age 41) listed as Holder/QB.

15 are rookies

2 have 1 year experience

9 have 2 years experience

8 have 3 years

8 have 4 years

6 have 5 years

7 have 6 years

7 have 7 years

6 have 8 years

5 have 9 years

3 have 10 years

3 have 11 years

2 have 12 years

2 have 13 years

2 have 14 years

1 has 15 years

1 has 17 years

1 has 19 years

 

If you would like some specific data, let me know and I will try to sort it for you.

 

George Sarkisian

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