2021 NFL Draft: College Football Conference Rankings. How Did The Leagues Do?

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2021 NFL Draft: College Football Conference Rankings. How Did The Leagues Do?

2021 NFL Draft

2021 NFL Draft: College Football Conference Rankings. How Did The Leagues Do?

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2. Big Ten (184 points)

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.

TOTAL PICKS BY ROUNDS
1st 7, 2nd 4, 3rd 9, 4th 3, 5th 13, 6th 5, 7th 6
NFL Draft Conference Rankings
2020: 2, 2019: 2, 2018: 2

Team Winner: Ohio State, 10 players, 45 points
1 (11) Chicago – QB Justin Fields
2 (60) New Orleans – LB Pete Werner
2 (62) Green Bay – C Josh Myers
3 (105) Denver – LB Baron Browning
3 (86) Minnesota – OG Wyatt Davis
3 (88) San Francisco – RB Trey Sermon
4 (132) Cleveland – DT Tommy Togiai
5 (145) Jacksonville – TE Luke Farrell
5 (160) Baltimore – CB Shaun Wade
7 (239) Denver – DE Jonathon Cooper

2 Michigan 27
3 Penn State 23
4 Northwestern 17
5 Iowa 16
6 Minnesota 12
7 Purdue 10
8 Illinois 8
9 Wisconsin 7
10 Nebraska 4
11 Indiana 3
12 Maryland 1
T13 Michigan State 0
T13 Rutgers 0

NEXT: 2021 NFL Draft Conference Rankings No. 1

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