SEC football in the NFL

Total players drafted from the SEC/total players drafted from 2003-2012: 401/2552 – 15.7%

Which NFL teams drafted the most SEC players?

Atlanta Falcons – 22
Cincinnati Bengals – 22
New England Patriots – 19
Kansas City Chiefs – 18
Seattle Seahawks – 17
Chicago Bears – 16
Denver Broncos – 16
Minnesota Vikings – 16
Carolina Panthers – 15
Indianapolis Colts – 15
Green Bay Packers – 14
Philadelphia Eagles – 14
San Francisco 49ers – 14
Miami Dolphins – 13
San Diego Chargers – 12
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 12
Tennessee Titans – 12
Baltimore Ravens – 11
Buffalo Bills – 11
Dallas Cowboys – 11
New York Giants – 11
Arizona Cardinals – 10
Houston Texans – 10
Pittsburgh Steelers – 10
Cleveland Browns – 9
New Orleans Saints – 8
Oakland Raiders – 8
St. Louis Rams – 8
Washington Redskins – 8
Jacksonville Jaguars – 7
New York Jets – 7
Detroit Lions – 5

In total, there are 124 players drafted from the SEC no longer in the league. 124/401 players drafted gives a 30.9% percent no longer in the league.

Bust Rate for Each School and Pro Bowl Appearances (since 2003)

Georgia: 22/56
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 4

LSU: 14/56
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 10

Florida: 19/48
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 7

Alabama: 10/45
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 9

Tennessee: 14/39
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 16

Auburn: 7/33
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 11

South Carolina: 11/31
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 3

Arkansas: 12/29
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 6

Ole Miss: 6/21
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 12

Mississippi State: 1/16
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 1

Kentucky: 6/15
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 0

Vanderbilt: 2/12
Total All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 1

Total SEC All Pro/Pro Bowl appearances: 80

School breakdown with recent, highest pick:

Alabama: Marcell Dareus 3rd
1st – 11
2nd – 7
3rd – 6
4th – 2
5th – 7
6th – 3
7th – 9

QB – 2
RB – 6
WR – 2
TE – 1
OL – 7
DL – 10
LB – 6
CB – 7
S – 4
K – 0
P – 0

Arkansas: Darren McFadden 4th
1st – 6
2nd – 3
3rd – 4
4th – 5
5th – 4
6th – 2
7th – 5

QB – 1
RB – 4
WR – 5
TE – 1
OL – 7
DL – 5
LB – 1
CB – 2
S – 3
K – 0
P – 0

Auburn: Cam Newton 1st
1st – 7
2nd – 8
3rd – 2
4th – 4
5th – 2
6th – 3
7th – 7

QB – 2
RB – 4
WR – 4
TE – 0
OL – 6
DL – 8
LB – 3
CB – 6
S – 0
K – 0
P – 0

Florida: Joe Haden 7th
1st – 9
2nd – 8
3rd – 6
4th – 8
5th – 6
6th – 3
7th – 8

QB – 2
RB – 3
WR – 7
TE – 4
OL – 5
DL – 13
LB – 4
CB – 5
S – 5
K – 0
P – 0

Georgia: Matthew Stafford 1st
1st – 8
2nd – 8
3rd – 10
4th – 11
5th – 4
6th – 6
7th – 9

QB – 3
RB – 5
WR – 5
TE – 4
OL – 9
DL – 13
LB – 7
CB – 5
S – 3
K – 2
P – 0

Kentucky: Dewayne Robinson 4th
1st – 1
2nd – 1
3rd – 2
4th – 4
5th – 1
6th – 4
7th – 2

QB – 1
RB – 2
WR – 4
TE – 1
OL – 0
DL – 4
LB – 1
CB – 1
S – 1
K – 0
P – 0

LSU: JaMarcus Russell 1st
1st – 12
2nd – 5
3rd – 12
4th – 9
5th – 4
6th – 3
7th – 11

QB – 3
RB – 7
WR – 11
TE – 1
OL – 4
DL – 14
LB – 3
CB – 7
S – 5
K – 0
P – 1

Mississippi State: Fletcher Cox 12th
1st – 2
2nd – 0
3rd – 1
4th – 3
5th – 5
6th – 3
7th – 2

QB – 0
RB – 4
WR – 0
TE – 1
OL – 2
DL – 4
LB – 4
CB – 0
S – 1
K – 0
P – 0

Ole Miss: Eli Manning 1st
1st – 5
2nd – 2
3rd – 2
4th – 2
5th – 2
6th – 5
7th – 3

QB – 1
RB – 2
WR – 1
TE – 0
OL – 8
DL – 3
LB – 2
CB – 2
S – 2
K – 0
P – 0

South Carolina: Troy Williamson 7th
1st – 5
2nd – 2
3rd – 3
4th – 3
5th – 4
6th – 4
7th – 10

QB – 0
RB – 3
WR – 4
TE – 2
OL – 3
DL – 5
LB – 5
CB – 7
S – 3
K – 2
P – 0

Tennessee: Eric Berry 5th
1st – 7
2nd – 5
3rd – 6
4th – 2
5th – 11
6th – 3
7th – 5

QB – 2
RB – 3
WR – 4
TE – 3
OL – 4
DL – 10
LB – 7
CB – 2
S – 3
K – 0
P – 1

Vanderbilt: Jay Cutler 11th
1st – 2
2nd – 1
3rd – 2
4th – 1
5th – 2
6th – 2
7th – 2

QB – 1
RB – 0
WR – 1
TE – 0
OL – 3
DL – 1
LB – 3
CB – 3
S – 0
K – 0
P – 0

Players drafted from SEC/players drafted total:

QB: 18/128 = 14.1%

RB: 42/223 = 18.8%

WR: 48/324 = 14.8%

TE: 17/147 = 11.6%

OL: 58/432 = 13.4%

DL: 90/450 = 20%

LB: 46/302 = 15.2%

CB: 47/310 = 15.2%

S: 30/192 = 15.6%

K: 3/21 = 14.3%

P: 2/22 = 9.09%

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