Which college football conference won the 2019 NFL Draft? Where do they all rank in terms of players sent to the next level?
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How did all the college football conferences do in the 2019 NFL Draft?
Which ones can brag, which ones sent the most talent off to the league of mercenaries, and which ones have to keep it quiet after the rough run?
So here’s how this works. A conference gets 7 points for each first round draft pick, 6 for a second, 5 for a third, 4 for a fourth, 3 for a fifth, 2 for a sixth, and 1 for a seventh round selection.
11. Sun Belt (2 points)
TOTAL PICKS BY ROUNDS
1st 0, 2nd 0, 3rd 1, 4th 1, 5th 0, 6th 1, 7th 0
2018 NFL Draft Conference Ranking: 11
Everyone else got to have a whole lot of fun over the NFL Draft weekend, but the Sun Belt only got one invite.
Marcus Green. That was it.
The ULM wide receiver was selected by Atlanta late in the sixth round, and that no other school in the league saw a player go – even though Georgia State WR Penny Hart should’ve gone.
Conference Winner: ULM, 1 player, 2 points overall
WR Marcus Green to Atlanta (6th)
T2. Appalachian State 0
T2. Coastal Carolina 0
T2. Georgia Southern 0
T2. Georgia State 0
T2. Troy 0
T2. Arkansas State 0
T2. Louisiana 0
T2. South Alabama 0
T2. Texas State 0