We know how many great players from Great American Rivalry Series games go on to make a name for themselves at the highest level, but this year, an astonishing 26 players from Rivalry games will suit up for the biggest football game of the year. We’ll be watching the game to see if one of these guys can reel in the MVP award (looking at you Aaron Donald) and etch his name in the history books Not only that, but Head Coach of the Los Angeles Rams, Sean McVay, also played in one of our Rivalry games.

On Sunday evening, the New England Patriots will try to further enhance their dynastic run, while the Rams look to bring a championship to Los Angeles just three years after relocating to the city. Whoever wins, the game will be full of guys who have played at the highest level in each phase of their careers. Here are the Rivalry players we’ll be keeping an eye on:

Los Angeles Rams

Blake Countess: Good Counsel

Aaron Donald: Penn Hills

Dante Fowler: Lakewood

Bryce Hoyer: Westlake

Johnny Hekker: Bothell

Tyler Higbee: East Lake

Lamarcus Joyner: St. Thomas Aquinas

Jake McQuaide: Elder

Joe Noteboom: Plano

Andrew Whitworth: West Monroe

Marqui Christian: Caesar Rodney

Coach Sean McVay: Marist

New England Patriots

Rex Burkhead: Plano

Marcus Cannon: Odessa

Phillip Dorsett: St. Thomas Aquinas

Nate Ebner: Hilliard Davidson

Rob Gronkowski: Woodland Hills

Duron Harmon: Caesar Rodney

Brian Hoyer: St. Ignatius

J.C. Jackson: Immokalee

Devin McCourty: St. Joseph Regional

Jason McCourty: St. Joseph Regional

Cordarrelle Patterson: Northwestern

John Simon: Cardinal Mooney

Matthew Slater: Servite

James White: St. Thomas Aquinas

Champlin Park: Ramon Humber