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Julian Edelman, New England Patriots Julian Edelman
New England Patriots

Julian Edelman(born May 22, 1986) is a wide receiver for the New England Patriots of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Patriots in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft. At Kent State, Edelman was a three-year starter at quarterback. His senior year, he was the Golden Flashes' leading passer and rusher. His total offense broke Joshua Cribbs' single-season school record, set in 2003. In 2005 at CSM, Edelman threw for 1,312 yards and 14 touchdowns. He rushed for a school-record 1,253 yards and 17 touchdowns and earned All American honors.

Ryan Boschetti, Washington RedskinsRyan Boschetti
Washington Redskins, Oakland Raiders

Out of Carlmont High School. Ryan achieved All American honors at the College of San Mateo as a defensive tackle while leading CSM to a Coast Conference Championship in 2001. He then signed with UCLA, where is was a two year starter for the Bruins. Ryan signed as a free agent with the Washington Redskins in 2004.

Albert Tuipulotu, Pittsburgh SteelersAlbert Tuipulotu
Pittsburgh Steelers

After setting the San Mateo County rushing record at San Mateo High School, Albert earned All Conference honors at CSM in 1997. He then transferred to Portland State University, where after starting for two years was signed as a free agent with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Keala Keana'aina, Cleveland BrownsKeala Keana'aina
Cleveland Browns

After playing linebacker at Serra High School, Keala went on a Mormon mission to Boston, MA. When he returned he played one season as a running back at the College of San Mateo. After earning All Conference honors at CSM in 1999, Keala transferred to the University of California - Berkeley where he played both fullback and tight end. After graduating at Cal, Keala was signed as a free agent with the Cleveland Browns. After playing for one year with Cleveland, Keala helped the San Jose Sabercats win an AFL championship as he was the leading rusher.

Devin Wyman, New England PatriotsDevin Wyman
New England Patriots

After playing defensive end at Carlmont High School in 1993, Devin became an All State at the College of San Mateo, leading the Bulldogs to an 8-3 record and an East County Bowl victory. Devin then attended Eastern Kentucky University. After playing his junior year, Devin was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs. Devin played for both the Kansas City Chiefs and the New England Patriots during his 5 year NFL career.

Paul Bradford, San Diego ChargersPaul Bradford
San Diego Chargers

After his high school career at Carlmont High School in 1993, Paul became an All State defensive back at the College of San Mateo. He then transferred to Portland State University where he earned All Big Sky honors. He was then drafted into the NFL by the San Diego Chargers.

Pat McGuirk, San Francisco 49ersPat McGuirk
San Francisco 49ers

After playing his high school football at Saint Ignatius High School, Pat earned All State honors as a defensive back with the Bulldogs. Pat eventually signed a free agent contract with the San Francisco 49ers. After his NFL playing days, Pat joined the Arena Football League where he was three times voted the Most Valuable Defensive Player of the year while playing for the San Jose Sabercats.

Bill Ring, San Francisco 49ersBill Ring
San Francisco 49ers

After playing running back at Carlmont High School, Bill became an All State member of the 1976 College of San Mateo football team. He then transferred to Brigham Young University, and was drafted into the NFL by the San Francisco 49ers, where in 1980 he earned a Super Bowl Ring when the 49ers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals.