Here Are the College Majors of Every Player in Super Bowl

How important is your major? It’s an open question, just meant as food for thought. There are so many options and so much personal growth that happens before your 25 that committing to a major can seem daunting… and sometimes ridiculous.

There are the 1% of students who know in their heart of hearts who they are, but what about the other 99% of us? Where does that leave us? Are we behind if we don’t know what to major in in college by the time we’re 15? 18? 22?

Just to show you how much things can change here’s a list of the college majors of the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. Sure these guys are great at football but they all also went to college and majored in something!

New England Patriots

QB – Tom Brady: General Studies (Michigan)
QB – Jimmy Garoppolo: Management (Eastern Illinois)

RB – LeGarrette Blount: Political Science (Oregon)
RB – Brandon Bolden: Liberal Arts (Mississippi)
RB – James Develin: Mechanical Engineering (Brown)
RB – Jonas Gray: English/Political Science (Notre Dame)
RB – Shane Vereen: Media Studies (Cal)
RB – James White: Agricultural and Life Sciences (Wisconsin)

WR – Danny Amendola: Communications (Texas Tech)
WR – Josh Boyce: Sociology (TCU)
WR – Julian Edelman: Business Management (Kent State)
WR – Brandon LaFell: General Studies (LSU)
WR – Matthew Slater: Political Science (UCLA)

TE – Rob Gronkowski: Pre-Business (Arizona)
TE – Michael Hoomanawanui: Sports Management (Illinois)
TE – Tim Wright: Criminal Justice (Rutgers)

OL – Marcus Cannon: Communications (TCU)
OL – Dan Connolly: General Studies (Southeast Missouri State)
OL – Jordan Devey: Accounting (Memphis)
OL – Cameron Fleming: Aeronautics and Astronautics (Stanford)
OL – Josh Kline: History (Kent State)
OL – Nate Solder: Biology (Colorado)
OL – Sebastian Vollmer: Communications/Economics (Houston)
OL – Ryan Wendell: Psychology/Pre-Med (Fresno State)

DL – Chris Jones: Exercise Science (Bowling Green)
DL – Chandler Jones: Child and Family Studies (Syracuse)
DL – Zach Moore: Criminal Justice (Concordia-St. Paul)
DL – Rob Ninkovich: Organizational Leadership (Purdue)
DL – Sealver Siliga: N/A (Utah)
DL – Joe Vellano: Family Science (Maryland)
DL – Vince Wilfork: Liberal Arts (Miami)

LB – Akeem Ayers: History (UCLA)
LB – Jonathan Casillas: Agricultural Business Management (Wisconsin)
LB – Jamie Collins: Interdisciplinary Studies (Southern Miss)
LB – Darius Fleming: Business Consulting (Notre Dame)
LB – Dont’a Hightower: General Studies (Alabama)
LB – Chris White: N/A (Mississippi State)

CB – Kyle Arrington: Mass Media (Hofstra)
CB – Brandon Browner: Speech Communications (Oregon State)
CB – Malcolm Butler: Physical Education (West Alabama)
CB – Darrelle Revis: Social Sciences (Pitt)
CB – Logan Ryan: Labor Studies (Rutgers)

S – Patrick Chung: Political Science (Oregon)
S – Nate Ebner: Exercise Science (Ohio State)
S – Duron Harmon: Labor Studies (Rutgers)
S – Devin McCourty: Sociology (Rutgers)
S – Tavon Wilson: Communications (Illinois)

QB – Russell Wilson: Communications (Wisconsin)
QB – B.J. Daniels: Criminology (South Florida)
QB – Tarvaris Jackson: Psychology (Alabama State)

RB – Marshawn Lynch: Social Welfare (Cal)
RB – Christine Michael: Agricultural Leadership and Development (Texas A&M)
RB – Robert Turbin: Sociology (Utah State)
RB – Will Tukuafu: Political Science (Oregon)

WR – Doug Baldwin: Science, Technology and Society (Stanford)
WR – Jermaine Kearse: Sociology (Washington)
WR – Ricardo Lockette: Psychology (Fort Valley State)
WR – Chris Matthews: Community Communications and Leadership Development (Kentucky)
WR – Kevin Norwood: Human Environmental Science (Alabama)
WR – Bryan Walters: Economics (Cornell)

TE – Cooper Helfet: Sociology (Duke)
TE – Tony Moeaki: Recreation Management (Iowa)
TE – Luke Wilson: Philosophy and Political Science (Rice)

OL – Patrick Lewis: Agriculture and Life Sciences (Texas A&M)
OL – Max Unger: Art (Oregon)
OL – James Carpenter: N/A (Alabama)
OL – J.R. Sweezy: Sports Management (North Carolina State)
OL – Lemuel Jeanpierre: Sports and Entertainment Management (South Carolina)
OL – Keavon Milton: Criminal Justice (Louisiana-Monroe)
OL – Alvin Bailey: Recreation and Sports Management (Arkansas)
OL – Justin Britt: General Studies (Missouri)
OL – Garry Gilliam: Advertising/Public Relations (Penn State)
OL – Russell Okung: Marketing (Oklahoma State)

DL – Cliff Avril: Retail Management (Purdue)
DL – Michael Bennett: Agricultural and Life Sciences (Texas A&M)
DL – Demarcus Dobbs: Consumer Economics (Georgia)
DL – David King: Human Relations (Oklahoma)
DL – O’Brien Schofield: African-American Studies (Wisconsin)
DL – Landon Cohen: Criminology (Ohio)
DL – Tony McDaniel: Arts and Sciences (Tennessee)
DL – Kevin Williams: General Studies (Oklahoma State)

LB – Brock Coyle: Business (Montana)
LB – Bruce Irvin: Sociology and Anthropology (West Virginia)
LB – Mike Morgan: Public Policy, Management and Planning (USC)
LB – Malcolm Smith: Economics (USC)
LB – Bobby Wagner: Business Entrepreneurship (Utah State)
LB – K.J. Wright: N/A (Mississippi State)

CB – Jeremy Lane: Criminal Justice (Northwestern State)
CB – Byron Maxwell: Sociology (Clemson)
CB – DeShawn Shead: N/A (Portland State)
CB – Richard Sherman: Communications (Stanford)
CB – Tharold Simon: General Studies (LSU)
CB – Marcus Burley: Sports Management (Delaware)

S – Steven Terrell: Sports Management (Texas A&M)
S – Earl Thomas: Education (Texas)
S – Kam Chancellor: Human Development (Virginia Tech)
S – Jeron Johnson: Communications (Boise State)