Ten Year NFL Draft Case Study: ACC

POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN

Here, I broke down the total number of players drafted at each position from ACC schools vs. the total number of players drafted at each position total year by year.

Finally I created a tally for each position with ACC players drafted per position vs. total draft picks per position to see what position the ACC churned out the most and least over the last ten years.

The ACC appeared to be very defensive heavy, especially in the front seven.

2012 QB: 0/11
2011 QB: 3/12
2010 QB: 0/14
2009 QB: 0/11
2008 QB: 1/13
2007 QB: 0/11
2006 QB: 1/12
2005 QB: 1/14
2004 QB: 2/17
2003 QB: 0/13

8/128 = 6.25%

2012 RB: 2/21
2011 RB: 5/30
2010 RB: 2/15
2009 RB: 3/22
2008 RB: 1/27
2007 RB: 2/24
2006 RB: 4/17
2005 RB: 3/26
2004 RB: 2/18
2003 RB: 1/23

25/223 = 11.2%

2012 WR: 6/33
2011 WR: 3/28
2010 WR: 2/28
2009 WR: 4/34
2008 WR: 4/35
2007 WR: 4/34
2006 WR: 3/33
2005 WR: 3/31
2004 WR: 4/32
2003 WR: 4/36

37/324 – 11.4%

2012 TE: 1/11
2011 TE: 2/12
2010 TE: 2/20
2009 TE: 4/20
2008 TE: 1/16
2007 TE: 1/13
2006 TE: 3/16
2005 TE: 3/9
2004 TE: 1/16
2003 TE: 0/14

18/147 – 12.2%

2012 OL: 4/44
2011 OL: 4/41
2010 OL: 6/38
2009 OL: 4/40
2008 OL: 5/40
2007 OL: 8/41
2006 OL: 7/51
2005 OL: 7/49
2004 OL: 4/43
2003 OL: 4/45

53/432 – 12.3%

2012 DL: 7/44
2011 DL: 6/44
2010 DL: 6/55
2009 DL: 7/43
2008 DL: 11/45
2007 DL: 4/43
2006 DL: 10/45
2005 DL: 5/35
2004 DL: 4/47
2003 DL: 4/49

64/450 – 14.2%

2012 LB: 7/33
2011 LB: 4/32
2010 LB: 3/29
2009 LB: 5/23
2008 LB: 5/27
2007 LB: 4/33
2006 LB: 9/31
2005 LB: 4/36
2004 LB: 4/28
2003 LB: 3/30

48/302 – 15.9%

2012 CB: 3/31
2011 CB: 7/39
2010 CB: 5/34
2009 CB: 3/36
2008 CB: 2/30
2007 CB: 4/30
2006 CB: 8/23
2005 CB: 6/29
2004 CB: 1/28
2003 CB: 0/30

39/310 – 12.6%

2012 S: 1/19
2011 S: 0/14
2010 S: 4/19
2009 S: 3/21
2008 S: 2/15
2007 S: 3/20
2006 S: 4/26
2005 S: 4/20
2004 S: 3/20
2003 S: 1/18

25/192 – 13%

2012 K: 0/4
2011 K: 0/1
2010 K: 0/0
2009 K: 0/2
2008 K: 0/2
2007 K: 0/3
2006 K: 1/2
2005 K: 0/3
2004 K: 0/3
2003 K: 0/1

1/21 – 4.76%

2012 P: 0/2
2011 P: 1/1
2010 P: 1/3
2009 P: 0/3
2008 P: 1/1
2007 P: 1/3
2006 P: 1/2
2005 P: 0/2
2004 P: 0/3
2003 P: 0/2

5/22 – 22.7%

YEAR BY YEAR BREAKDOWN: A full breakdown of the last ten drafts from an ACC perspective. (Page 2)

POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN: Which positions in the ACC get picked early? (Page 3)

SUCCESS/BUST BREAKDOWN: Which schools produce the most busts? (Page 4)

NCAA SCHOOL BREAKDOWN: Which schools perennially produce the top prospects? (Page 5)

NFL TEAM BREAKDOWN: Which NFL Teams like prospects from the ACC? (Page 6)

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4 Responses to “Ten Year NFL Draft Case Study: ACC”

  1. Prefectly Smart says:

    James, Nice work. As someone who has compiled similar data, I’m not sure everyone will appreciate the amount of effor that goes into such an undertaking.

    How did you treat players taken in the Supplemental draft? For example, Tony Hollings, RB from Georgia Tech, taken in the second round of the 2003 Supplemental draft by the Texans. Not that overlooking a few players is going to make any drastic shifts in the data, but in Holllings’ case it would erase the goose egg up on the board for GT in the 2003 draft.

  2. Patriots Draft Guru says:

    Patriots really haven’t had much luck from the ACC.

  3. John M says:

    How long will it take for Ochocincho jerseys to go on sale for $9.99 at Marshalls or TJ Max?



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