SEC Teams With Most First Round NFL Draft Choices
Discover the Southeastern Conference teams that are having the most players selected at the top of
the NFL Draft.  The 2010 - 2016 drafts are analyzed
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2014 NFL Draft
Auburn's Cam Newton
was the first player drafted
in 2011 when the Carolina
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2016 NFL Draft

Ole Miss (3) – Larry Tunsil, OT #13 Miami, Laquon Treadwell WR #23 Minnesota, #29 Robert
Nkemdiche, DT, Arizona
Florida (2) - Vernon Hargreaves CB #11, Tampa Bay, Keanu Neal S, #17, Atlanta
Alabama (1) Ryan Kelly, C, #18, Indianapolis
Georgia (1) - Leonard Floyd LB #9 Chicago
Texas A&M (1) – Germain Ifedi, OT #31 Seattle
2015 NFL Draft

Florida (2) – Dante Fowler Jr. DE #2 Jacksonville, D.J. Humphries OT #24 Arizona
Alabama (1) - Amari Cooper WR #4 Oakland
Georgia (1) - Todd Gurley RB #10 St. Louis
Texas A&M (1) – Cedric Ogbuehi OT #21 Cincinnati
Kentucky (1) - Bud Dupree LB #22 Pittsburgh
Missouri (1) - Shane ray DE #23 Denver
2014 NFL Draft

Texas A&M (3) – Jake Matthews OT #6 Atlanta, Mike Evans WR #7 Tampa Bay, Johnny Manziel
QB #22 Cleveland
Alabama (2) – CJ Mosley LB #17 Baltimore, Ha Ha Clinton-Dix S #21Green Bay
Auburn (2) – Greg Robinson OT #2 St. Louis, Dee Ford DE #23 Kansas City
Florida (1) – Dominique Easley DT #29 New England
LSU (1) – Odell Beckham WR #12 NY Giants
South Carolina (1) – Jadeveon Clowney DE #1 Houston
Tennessee (1) – Ja’Waun Jame`
2013 NFL Draft

Alabama (3) - Dee Milliner CB #9 NY Jets, Chance Warmack G, #10 Tennessee,
D.J. Fluker OT San Diego,
Florida (2) - Sharrif Floyd DT #23 Minnesota, Matt Elam S #32, Baltimore
Georgia (2) – Jarvis Jones LB #17 Pittsburgh, Alec Ogletree LB #30 St. Louis
LSU (2) - Barkevious Mingo  DE #6 Cleveland Browns, Eric Reid S #18 San Francisco
Missouri (1) - Sheldon Richardson  DT #13 NY Jets
Texas A&M (1) -  Luke Joeckel OT #2 Jacksonville
2012 NFL Draft  - TA&M is included even though Aggies weren't in the SEC

Alabama (4)
– Trent Richardson RB #3 Cleveland, Mark Barron S #7 Tampa Bay, Dre Kirkpatrick
CB #17 Cincinnati, Don’t’a Hightower LB #25 New England
LSU (2) – Morris Claiborne CB #6 Dallas, Michael Brockers DT #14 St. Louis
South Carolina (2) – Stephon Gilmore CB #10 Buffalo, Melvin Ingram LB #18 San Diego
Mississippi State (1) – Fletcher Cox DT #12 Philadelphia
Texas A&M (1) - Ryan Tannehill QB #8 Miami
2011 NFL Draft - TA&M and Mizzou included even though they weren't in the SEC

Alabama (4)
– Marcell Dareus DE #3 Buffalo, Julio Jones WR #6 Atlanta, James Carpenter OT #25
Seattle, Mark Ingram RB #28 New Orleans
Auburn (2) – Cam Newton QB #1 Carolina, Nick Fairley DT #13 Detroit
Missouri (2) – Aldon Smith LB #7 San Francisco, Blaine Gabbert QB #10 Jacksonville
Florida (1) – Mike Pouncey C #15 Miami
Georgia (1) – A.J. Green WR #4 Cincinnati
LSU (1) – Patrick Peterson CB #5 Arizona
Mississippi State (1) – Derek Sherrod OT #32 Green Bay
Texas A&M (1)  - Von Miller LB #2 Denver
2010 NFL Draft - Mizzou included even though they weren't in the SEC

Florida (3)
– Joe Haden CB #7 Cleveland, Maurkice Pouncey C #18 Pittsburgh, Tim Tebow #25
QB Denver
Alabama (2) – Rolando McClain LB #8 Oakland, Kareem Jackson CB #20 Houston
Tennessee (2) - Eric Berry S #5 Kansas City, Dan Williams DT #26 Arizona
Missouri (1) – Sean Weatherspoon LB #19 Atlanta
Number of NFL
First Round Draft
Choices for
2010-2016
Texas A&M and Missouri
are included even though
they didn't start SEC play
until 2013
Alabama
17
Florida
11
Texas A&M
8
LSU
6
Missouri
5
Auburn
4
Georgia
4
South
Carolina
3
Ole Miss
3
Tennessee
3
Miss. State
2
Kentucky
1
Arkansas
0
Vandy
0
The analysis below includes players from SEC schools that were drafted in the
first round of the draft.  Players from each school are included along with their
position, their draft selection position and the NFL team that drafted them.