Big East: Ten Year NFL Draft Case Study

Miami made the Big East a draft day powerhouse with players like Vince Wilfork.

NEPD Editor: Doug Kyed

Every Friday this summer I’m doing a case study on the last ten years draft history of every conference in the FBS.

Through these case studies we’ll be able to answer which schools and conferences produce the most talent, the most busts, the most players at each position and much more.

I know that it’s a lot of information to digest, but there’s some very interesting findings during this first week of research which will become even more telling as each week progresses.

This week, I’m taking on the Big East. You can also read about the Independents, C-USA, Big Ten, ACC and MAC.

OVERVIEW

From the 2003 draft until the 2012 draft, there were 2552 total players drafted, the Big East made up 184 of those draft picks, for 7.21% of the total players drafted. It’s hard to put this in context now, but after I’m able to tally the totals for some of the other major conferences, this will be more telling.

Total players drafted from the Big East/total players drafted from 2003-2012 184/2552 – 7.21%

By year, I broke down total number of players drafted, the total number of first round picks, the most picks by school, the least picks by school, the most picks by position and the least per position.

I also listed the total number of players drafted from each school per year and the total number of players drafted at each position per year.

YEAR BY YEAR BREAKDOWN: A full breakdown of the last ten drafts from a Big East perspective. (Page 2)

POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN: Which positions from Big East schools 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 Big east schools? (Page 6)

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Tags: Big East, Miami, Pittsburgh, Ten Year Conference Case Study, Vince Wilfork

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