All 53 SEC picks in the NFL Draft, and how many draftees from each school

Apr 26, 2018; Arlington, TX, USA; NFL commissioner Roger Goodell speaks in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

The SEC led all conferences with 53 picks in the 2018 NFL Draft.

This is the 12th straight year they’ve led all conferences, and the 12th straight year they’ve had over 50 draftees.

Kentucky is the only school that did not have a single player drafted.

This is the 2nd straight year that Mark Stoops’ team did not have a player drafted.

This is a breakdown of how many players were drafted from each school:

  1. Alabama: 12
  2. LSU: 7
  3. Georgia: 6
  4. Florida: 5
  5. Auburn: 4
  6. Ole Miss: 4
  7. Miss St: 4
  8. Tennessee: 3
  9. Texas A&M: 3
  10. Arkansas: 2
  11. Missouri: 1
  12. South Carolina: 1
  13. Vanderbilt: 1
  14. Kentucky: 0

Here is the list of all 53 SEC NFL Draft picks:

Round 1
Pick (Overall)AthleteSchoolNFL Team
8Roquan SmithGeorgiaChicago Bears
11Minkah Fitzpatrick AlabamaMiami Dolphins
13Da’Ron Payne AlabamaWashington Redskins
20Frank Ragnow ArkansasDetroit Lions
22Rashaan Evans AlabamaTennessee Titans
23Isaiah Wynn GeorgiaNew England Patriots
25Hayden Hurst South CarolinaBaltimore Ravens
26Calvin Ridley AlabamaAtlanta Falcons
29Taven Bryan FloridaJacksonville Jaguars
31Sony Michel GeorgiaNew England Patriots

Friday, April 27

Round 2
Pick (Overall)AthleteSchoolNFL Team
35Nick Chubb GeorgiaCleveland Browns
37Braden Smith AuburnIndianapolis Colts
43Kerryon Johnson AuburnDetroit Lions
46Breeland Speaks Ole MissKansas City Chiefs
47Christian Kirk Texas A&MArizona Cardinals
55Donte Jackson LSUCarolina Panthers
56Duke Dawson FloridaNew England Patriots
59Derrius Guice LSUWashington Redskins
61DJ Chark LSUJacksonville Jaguars
63Carlton Davis AuburnTampa Bay Buccaneers
Round 3
Pick (Overall)AthleteSchoolNFL Team
66Lorenzo Carter GeorgiaNew York Giants
80Martinas Rankin Mississippi StateHouston Texans
85Rashaan Gaulden TennesseeCarolina Panthers
87Arden Key LSUOakland Raiders
88Oren Burks VanderbiltGreen Bay Packers
93Ronnie Harrison AlabamaJacksonville Jaguars

Saturday, April 28

Round 4
Pick (Overall)AthleteSchoolNFL Team
105Antonio Callaway FloridaCleveland Browns
114Da’Shawn Hand  AlabamaDetroit Lions
118Anthony Averett  AlabamaBaltimore Ravens
124Armani Watts Texas A&MKansas City Chiefs
133J’Mon Moore Missouri  Green Bay Packers
136Marquis Haynes Ole MissCarolina Panthers
Round 5
Pick (Overall)AthleteSchoolNFL Team
167Daniel Carlson Auburn  Minnesota Vikings
169Jordan Wilkins Ole Miss  Indianapolis Colts
172JK Scott Alabama  Green Bay Packers
173Johnny Townsend Florida  Oakland Raiders
Round 6
Pick (Overall)AthleteSchoolNFL Team
175Damion Ratley Texas A&M  Cleveland Browns
176John Kelly Tennessee  Los Angeles Rams
184Marcell Harris Florida  San Francisco 49ers
194Russell Gage LSU  Atlanta Falcons
197Shaun Dion Hamilton AlabamaWashington Redskins
198Kahlil McKenzie TennesseeKansas City Chiefs
211Jordan Thomas Mississippi StateHouston Texans
215Bradley Bozeman AlabamaBaltimore Ravens
Round 7
Pick (Overall)AthleteSchoolNFL Team
219Danny Etling LSUNew England Patriots
224Javon Wims GeorgiaChicago Bears
226David Williams ArkansasDenver Broncos
236Bo Scarbrough AlabamaDallas Cowboys
239Hunter Bradley Mississippi StateGreen Bay Packers
245Will Clapp LSUNew Orleans Saints
246Joshua Frazier AlabamaPittsburgh Steelers
247Logan Cooke Mississippi StateJacksonville Jaguars
252Rod Taylor Ole MissCincinnati Bengals


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