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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1. SEC (269 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.

2021 NFL Draft Rankings By Team

TOTAL PICKS BY ROUNDS
1st 12, 2nd 10, 3rd 7, 4th 8, 5th 7, 6th 16, 7th 5
NFL Draft Conference Rankings
2020: 1, 2019: 1, 2018: 1

Team Winner: Alabama, 10 players, 58 points
1 (06) Miami – WR Jaylen Waddle
1 (09) Denver – CB Patrick Surtain
1 (10) Philadelphia – WR DeVonta Smith
1 (15) New England – QB Mac Jones
1 (17) Las Vegas – OT Alex Leatherwood
1 (24) Pittsburgh – RB Najee Harris
2 (37) Philadelphia – OG/C Landon Dickerson
2 (38) New England – DT Christian Barmore
6 (193) Carolina – OG Deonte Brown
6 (222) Carolina – LS Thomas Fletcher

2 Georgia 40
3 Florida 35
4 LSU 26
5 Texas A&M 21
6 Kentucky 20
7 Missouri 17
8 South Carolina 16
9 Auburn 13
10 Ole Miss 10
11 Tennessee 7
12 Vanderbilt 6
T13 Arkansas 2
T13 Mississippi State 2

2021 NFL Draft: Day 3 Mock Drafts By Team
AFC East Buffalo | Miami | NY Jets | New England
AFC North Baltimore | Cincinnati | Cleveland | Pitt
AFC South Houston | Indy | Jacksonville | Tenn
AFC West Denver | KC | Las Vegas | LA Chargers
NFC East Dallas | NY Giants | Phil | Washington
NFC North Chicago | Detroit | Green BayMinn
NFC South Atlanta | Carolina | New Orleans | TB
NFC West Arizona | LA Rams | San Fran | Seattle

CFN 2021 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings
from the college perspective …
QB | RB | WR | TE | OT | OG & C
DE & Edge | DT | LB | CB | Safeties
Top 105 2021 NFL Draft Prospects

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