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The SEC led all conferences with the most players picked in the 2024 NFL Draft this past weekend at 59 selections. Eleven of those picks were selected in the first round.

Draft Picks by Conference:
SEC: 59
PAC 12: 43
Big Ten: 42
ACC: 41
Big 12: 31
Independents: 8
Sun Belt: 6
American: 5
Conference USA: 3
Mountain West: 2
MAC: 2

Alabama (10 selections) led the SEC with the most draft picks, followed by Georgia (8). Both LSU and Georgia followed with six picks.

Alabama (10):
OT JC Latham (Tennessee 1st round)
Edge Dallas Turner (Minnesota 1)
CB Terrion Arnold (Detroit 1)
CB Kool-Aid McKinstry (New Orleans 2)
Edge Chris Braswell (Tampa Bay 2)
WR Jermaine Burton (Cincinnati 3)
DT Justin Eboigbe (LA Chargers 4)
RB Jase McClellan (Atlanta 6)
PK Will Reichard (Minnesota 6)
S Jaylen Key (NY Jets 7)

Arkansas (2):
K Cam Little (Jacksonville 6)
C Beaux Limmer (LA Rams 6)

Auburn (5):
CB Nehemiah Pritchett (Seattle 5)
S Jaylin Simpson (Indianapolis 5)
CB D.J. James (Seattle 6)
NT Justin Rogers (Dallas 7)
DT Marcus Harris (Houston 7)

Florida (1):
WR Ricky Pearsall (San Francisco 1)

Georgia (8):
TE Brock Bowers (Las Vegas 1)
OT Amarius Mims (Cincinnati 1)
WR Ladd McConkey (LA Chargers 2)
CB Kamari Lassiter (Houston 2)
S Javon Bullard (Green Bay 2)
S Tykee Smith (Tampa Bay 3)
C Sedrick VanPran-Granger (Buffalo 5)
DT Zion Logue (Atlanta 6)

Kentucky (4):
CB Andru Phillips (NY Giants 3)
LB Trevin Wallace (Carolina 3)
RB Ray Davis (Buffalo 4)
QB Devin Leary (Baltimore 6)

LSU (6):
QB Jayden Daniels (Washington 1)
WR Malik Nabers (NY Giants 1)
WR Brian Thomas (Jacksonville 1)
DT Maason Smith (Jacksonville 2)
DT Jordan Jefferson (Jacksonville 4)
DT Mekhi Wingo (Detroit 6)

Ole Miss (3):
CB Deantre Prince (Jacksonville 5)
Edge Cedric Johnson (Cincinnati 6)
S Daijahn Anthony (Cincinnati 7)

Mississippi State (3):
CB Decamerion Richardson (Las Vegas 4)
DT Jaden Crumedy (Carolina 6)
LB Nathaniel Watson (Cleveland 6)

Missouri (6):
DE Darius Robinson (Arizona 1)
CB Ennis Rakestraw (Detroit 2)
LB Ty'Ron Hopper Green Bay 3)
OT Javon Foster (Jacksonville 4)
CB Kris Abrams-Draine (Denver 5)
S Jaylon Carlies (Indianapolis 5)

South Carolina (4):
WR Xavier Legette (Carolina 1)
QB Spencer Rattler (New Orleans 5)
CB Marcellas Dial (New England 6)
C Nick Gargiulo (Denver 7)

Tennessee (3):
RB Jaylen Wright (Miami 4)
QB Joe Milton (New England 6)
DB Kamal Hadden (Kansas City 6)

Texas A&M (4):
LB Edgerrin Cooper (Green Bay 2)
DT McKinnley Jackson (Cincinnati 3)
OG Layden Robinson (New England 4)
WR Ainias Smith (Philadelphia 5)
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Chad4Bama25 days
Moot point now, but the Pac 12 had more picks than the Big Ten... interesting.

And Florida with only a single player drafted is pretty amazing.
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