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Breaking down 2018 Pro Bowl players by college

EDITOR'S NOTE: These are totals based off the initial Pro Bowl roster. To see the players added to the roster as replacements, click here.

Five players from Ohio State were selected to the 2018 Pro Bowl, the most of any school.

Three former Buckeyes are on the NFC roster -- the Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins and Saints' Marshon Lattimore and Michael Thomas -- and two represent the AFC -- the Chargers' Joey Bosa and Steelers' Ryan Shazier.

Four of the five ex-Buckeyes were selected within the top 15 picks of the draft. Thomas was the lone player from the group who didn't go in Round 1 -- he was a second-round selection (No. 47 overall in 2016).

A couple SEC schools tied for second-most Pro Bowl selections, with four apiece for Alabama and Georgia.

Here's a look at the players selected to the Pro Bowl, broken down by school.

Michigan (2):Tom Brady, Taylor Lewan

Mississippi State (2):Fletcher Cox, Darius Slay

South Carolina (2):Jadeveon Clowney, Pharoh Cooper

Stanford (2):David DeCastro, Zach Ertz

Tennessee (2):Malik Jackson, Alvin Kamara

Toledo (2):Kareem Hunt, Brett Kern

Utah State (2):Donald Penn, Bobby Wagner

One player each

Arizona:Rob Gronkowski

Arizona State:Terrell Suggs

Boise State:Demarcus Lawrence

Boston College:Luke Kuechly

Buffalo:Khalil Mack

Central Michigan:Antonio Brown

Cincinnati:Travis Kelce

Clemson:DeAndre Hopkins

Harvard:Kyle Juszczyk

Iowa State:Kelechi Osemele

Kansas:Aqib Talib

Michigan State:Le'Veon Bell

Minnesota State:Adam Thielen

Missouri Western State:Greg Zuerlein

N.C. State:Philip Rivers

Nebraska:Richie Incognito

North Dakota State:Carson Wentz

Notre Dame:Zack Martin

Oregon State:Johnny Hekker

Syracuse:Chandler Jones

Texas:Earl Thomas

Texas A&M:Von Miller

Vanderbilt:Casey Hayward

Washington:Budda Baker

West Alabama:Tyreek Hill

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