The Big 12 had a successful season in improving the number of players it produced for an eventual shot at the NFL.
The conference had some of the most successful teams in terms of placing its former players in the league as draftees and undrafted free agents.
TCU was tied for fifth with Georgia among schools with the most new players in NFL camps this month with 12. The Horned Frogs had three draft picks and an FBS-leading nine UDFA players.
The Horned Frogs’ total of new NFL additions led all Big 12 schools. It was behind only Alabama (16 players), LSU (15), Penn State (14) and Ohio State (13).
Texas was tied for seventh with 11 players with four NFL draft picks and seven UDFA players.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State were tied for 15th with nine players. Both the Sooners and Cowboys had four draft picks apiece and five UDFA players.
Here’s a look at how all the schools rank:
New players in NFL camps from 2017 college rosters
Source: DieHards.com research.