The University of Texas. 1984 draft.
The highest percentage of college baseball players that get drafted into the MLB each year is about 2.5 percent This would be about 10 rookies per team - or 300 players. The exact number may fluctuate each year.
This school may not produce the most each year, but I understand that over the years, the University of Minneosta has produced 158 players to get drafted by the NHL... But most belive that the University of Michigan is NHL U..
57-60 players a year
50-60 assuming about 10 players are international players and not all players drafted are signed but there are about 5 undrafted free agents per year
It varies from year to year. Not all drafted players make the team, and not all free agents stick. There is also a practice squad.
Each year between the months of February to April about 300 nfl draft eligible collegiate football players declare to enter that years draft class....But only about 200 of these 300 college players are going to get drafted/picked by an NFL team. Then out of these 200 college players that were drafted only less than 75 % get offered a professional contract by the team that drafted them.
In the 2004 NFL draft there were 167 players drafted in a total of 6 rounds. More players are brought in during camp whom did not get drafted with the hopes of making a team. "Camp players" fill the need as practice players do during the season. Your NFL chances of making a team is an extreme in terms of the overall number of college athlete seniors available each year. Your hearing this from a formal 2 year NFL player 1979-81 and 1 year USFL player.