SEC: Ten Year NFL Draft Conference Case Study

SUCCESS/BUST RATE

Below, not only do we see how many total players were drafted from each school, but also how many players were out of the league by the 2011 season. If a player even participated in training camp in 2011, he was counted as being in the league.

For each team, the first number you see is players out of the league by 2011, then the total number of players drafted. Under, I broke down the players out of the league by round drafted.

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.

It’s not the best way to determine a “bust” rate, because we’re looking at a nine season span here, but it does tell which schools/conferences have the most long standing players.

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

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

POSITIONAL BREAKDOWN: Which positions from SEC 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 SEC schools? (Page 6)

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