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) Athlete School NFL Team
8 Roquan Smith Georgia Chicago Bears
11 Minkah Fitzpatrick  Alabama Miami Dolphins
13 Da’Ron Payne  Alabama Washington Redskins
20 Frank Ragnow  Arkansas Detroit Lions
22 Rashaan Evans  Alabama Tennessee Titans
23 Isaiah Wynn  Georgia New England Patriots
25 Hayden Hurst  South Carolina Baltimore Ravens
26 Calvin Ridley  Alabama Atlanta Falcons
29 Taven Bryan  Florida Jacksonville Jaguars
31 Sony Michel  Georgia New England Patriots

Friday, April 27

Round 2
Pick (Overall) Athlete School NFL Team
35 Nick Chubb  Georgia Cleveland Browns
37 Braden Smith  Auburn Indianapolis Colts
43 Kerryon Johnson  Auburn Detroit Lions
46 Breeland Speaks  Ole Miss Kansas City Chiefs
47 Christian Kirk  Texas A&M Arizona Cardinals
55 Donte Jackson  LSU Carolina Panthers
56 Duke Dawson  Florida New England Patriots
59 Derrius Guice  LSU Washington Redskins
61 DJ Chark  LSU Jacksonville Jaguars
63 Carlton Davis  Auburn Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Round 3
Pick (Overall) Athlete School NFL Team
66 Lorenzo Carter  Georgia New York Giants
80 Martinas Rankin  Mississippi State Houston Texans
85 Rashaan Gaulden  Tennessee Carolina Panthers
87 Arden Key  LSU Oakland Raiders
88 Oren Burks  Vanderbilt Green Bay Packers
93 Ronnie Harrison  Alabama Jacksonville Jaguars

Saturday, April 28

Round 4
Pick (Overall) Athlete School NFL Team
105 Antonio Callaway  Florida Cleveland Browns
114 Da’Shawn Hand  Alabama Detroit Lions
118 Anthony Averett  Alabama Baltimore Ravens
124 Armani Watts  Texas A&M Kansas City Chiefs
133 J’Mon Moore  Missouri  Green Bay Packers
136 Marquis Haynes  Ole Miss Carolina Panthers
Round 5
Pick (Overall) Athlete School NFL Team
167 Daniel Carlson  Auburn  Minnesota Vikings
169 Jordan Wilkins  Ole Miss  Indianapolis Colts
172 JK Scott  Alabama  Green Bay Packers
173 Johnny Townsend  Florida  Oakland Raiders
Round 6
Pick (Overall) Athlete School NFL Team
175 Damion Ratley  Texas A&M  Cleveland Browns
176 John Kelly  Tennessee  Los Angeles Rams
184 Marcell Harris  Florida  San Francisco 49ers
194 Russell Gage  LSU  Atlanta Falcons
197 Shaun Dion Hamilton  Alabama Washington Redskins
198 Kahlil McKenzie  Tennessee Kansas City Chiefs
211 Jordan Thomas  Mississippi State Houston Texans
215 Bradley Bozeman  Alabama Baltimore Ravens
Round 7
Pick (Overall) Athlete School NFL Team
219 Danny Etling  LSU New England Patriots
224 Javon Wims  Georgia Chicago Bears
226 David Williams  Arkansas Denver Broncos
236 Bo Scarbrough  Alabama Dallas Cowboys
239 Hunter Bradley  Mississippi State Green Bay Packers
245 Will Clapp  LSU New Orleans Saints
246 Joshua Frazier  Alabama Pittsburgh Steelers
247 Logan Cooke  Mississippi State Jacksonville Jaguars
252 Rod Taylor  Ole Miss Cincinnati Bengals

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