There were 29 HBCU alumni playing on NFL rosters in the 2018 season.
South Carolina State University leads all HBCUs with 7 former Bulldogs on NFL rosters in 2018:
Justin Evans, OT, Arizona Cardinals; Rafael Bush, DB, Buffalo Bills; Joe Thomas, LB, Dallas Cowboys; Temarrick Hemingway, TE, Denver Broncos; Darius Leonard, LB, Indianapolis Colts; Antonio Hamilton, CB, New York Giants; Javon Hargrave, NT, Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Arizona Cardinals lead all NFL teams with 4 HBCU alumni on the roster in 2018:
Rodney Gunter, DT, Delaware State University; Chad Williams, WR, Grambling State Univeristy; Antoine Bethea, FS, Howard; Justin Evans, OT, South Carolina State University.
The NFL aired this video one year ago before the start of Super Bowl LII honoring the contributions of HBCU alumni in the league.
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The full list of HBCU ball players on 2018 NFL rosters includes (not including SC State alumni):
Grambling State University: Chad Williams, WR, Cardinals; Chester Rogers, WR, Indianapolis Colts; Trent Scott, G, Los Angeles Chargers; Montrel Meander, CB, Oakland Raiders; North Carolina A&T State University: Tarik Cohen, RB, Chicago Bears; Tony McRae, CB, Cincinnati Bengals; Brandon Parker, T, Oakland Raiders; Alabama A&M University: Anthony Lanier, DE, Los Angeles Chargers; Alabama State University: Isaiah Crowell, RB, New York Jets; Albany State University: Grover Stewart, DT, Indianapolis Colts; Alcorn State University: De’Lance Turner, RB, Baltimore Ravens; Bethune-Cookman University: Jawill Davis, WR, New York Giants; Delaware State University: Rodney Gunter, DT, Arizona Cardinals; Hampton University: Michael Ola, OT, New Orleans Saints; Howard University: Antoine Bethea, FS, Arizone Cardinals; Jackson State University: Daniel Williams, WR, Cleveland Browns; North Carolina Central University: Ryan Smith, CB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Prairie View A&M University: KhaDarel Hodge, WR, Los Angeles Rams; Southern University: Danny Johnson, OT, Washington Redskins; Tennessee State University: Anthony Levine Sr., LB/S, Baltimore Ravens; Texas Southern University: Darvin Kidsy, WR, Washington Redskins; Winston-Salem State University: William Hayes, DE, Miami Dolphins.