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    Birmingham, Ala. -- The 2013 NFL Draft takes place April 25-28 in Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The Southeastern Conference figures to be heavily mentioned in the opening picks, with several former league players expected to be selected. Consider this the one stop shop for all of your SEC/NFL information.

    2013 NFL Draft

    Pick NFL Team Player Pos. School
    ROUND 1
    2 Jacksonville Jaguars Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M
    6 Cleveland Browns Barkevious Mingo DE LSU
    9 New York Jets Dee Milliner CB Alabama
    10 Tennessee Titans Chance Warmack OG Alabama
    11 San Diego Chargers DJ Fluker OT Alabama
    13 New York Jets Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri
    17 Pittsburgh Steelers Jarvis Jones LB Georgia
    18 San Francisco 49ers Eric Reid S LSU
    23 Minnesota Vikings Sharrif Floyd DT Florida
    29 Minnesota Vikings Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee
    30 St. Louis Rams Alec Ogletree LB Georgia
    32 Baltimore Ravens Matt Elam S Florida
    Pick NFL Team Player Pos. School
    ROUND 2
    34 Tennessee Titans Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
    36 Detroit Lions Darius Slay CB Mississippi State
    43 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Johnthan Banks CB Mississippi State
    45 Arizona Cardinals Kevin Minter LB LSU
    50 Chicago Bears Jon Bostic LB Florida
    57 Houston Texans D.J. Swearinger SS South Carolina
    61 Green Bay Packers Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
    62 Seattle Seahawks Christine Michael RB Texas A&M
    Pick NFL Team Player Pos. School
    ROUND 3
    65 Detroit Lions Larry Warford OG Kentucky
    67 Philadelphia Eagles Bennie Logan DT LSU
    69 Arizona Cardinals Tyrann Mathieu CB LSU
    77 Miami Dolphins Dallas Thomas OL Tennessee
    81 New York Giants Demontre Moore DE Texas A&M
    82 New Orleans Saints Johnathan Jenkins DT Georgia
    84 Cincinnati Bengals Shawn Williams S Georgia
    85 Washington Redskins Jordan Reed TE Florida
    88 San Francisco 49ers Corey Lemonier DE Auburn
    95 Houston Texans Sam Montgomery DE LSU
    96 Kansas City Chiefs Knile Davis RB Arkansas
    97 Tennessee Titans Zaviar Gooden LB Missouri
    Pick NFL Team Player Pos. School
    ROUND 4
    99 Kansas City Chiefs Nico Johnson LB Alabama
    101 Jacksonville Jaguars Ace Sanders WR South Carolina
    104 Miami Dolphins Jelani Jenkins LB Florida
    112 Oakland Raiders Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
    113 St. Louis Rams Barrett Jones OG Alabama
    118 Cincinnati Bengals Sean Porter LB Texas A&M
    131 San Francisco 49ers Marcus Lattimore RB South Carolina
    132 Detroit Lions Devin Taylor DE South Carolina
    Pick NFL Team Player Pos. School
    ROUND 5
    134 Kansas City Chiefs Sanders Commings CB Georgia
    137 Seattle Seahawks Jesse Williams DT Alabama
    138 Seattle Seahawks Tharold Simon CB LSU
    142 Tennessee Titans Lavar Edwards DE LSU
    157 San Francisco 49ers Quinton Dial DE Alabama
    160 St. Louis Rams Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt
    161 Denver Broncos Tavarres King WR Georgia
    164 Miami Dolphins Mike Gillislee RB Florida
    166 Miami Dolphins Caleb Sturgis K Florida
    167 Green Bay Packers Josh Boyd DT Mississippi State
    Pick NFL Team Player Pos. School
    ROUND 6
    169 Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Evans FS Florida
    174 Arizona Cardinals Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M
    184 Oakland Raiders Mychal Rivera TE Tennessee
    185 Dallas Cowboys DaVante Holloman LB South Carolina
    185 Chicago Bears Cornelius Washington LB Georgia
    191 Washington Redskins Bacarri Rambo SS Georgia
    194 Seattle Seahawks Spencer Ware RB LSU
    197 Cincinnati Bengals Cobi Hamilton WR Arkansas
    Pick NFL Team Player Pos. School
    ROUND 7
    211 Detroit Lions Michael Williams TE Alabama
    220 Seattle Seahawks Ryan Seymour OG Vanderbilt
    222 Buffalo Bills Chris Gragg TE Arkansas
    251 Cincinnati Bengals T.J. Johnson C South Carolina
    254 Indianapolis Colts Justice Cunningham TE South Carolina

    10 players from the SEC will be in attendance for this year's event. Check out the list below to see who will be in New York for the NFL Draft.

    The SEC players confirmed to attend this year’s NFL Draft:
     
    Barkevious Mingo, LSU
    Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
    Eric Reid, LSU
    Sharrif Floyd, Florida
    Sheldon Richardson, Missouri
    D.J. Fluker, Alabama
    Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M
    Chance Warmack, Alabama
    Eddie Lacy, Alabama
    Dee Milliner, Alabama
      
    SEC Early NFL Draft Entries

    •    DJ Fluker, OL, Alabama
    •    Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
    •    Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
    •    Knile Davis, RB, Arkansas
    •    Alvin Bailey, OL, Arkansas
    •    Corey Lemonier, DE, Auburn
    •    Matt Elam, S, Florida
    •    Jordan Reed, TE, Florida
    •    Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
    •    Jelani Jenkins, LB, Florida
    •    Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia
    •    Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia
    •    Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    •    Kevin Minter, LB, LSU
    •    Eric Reid, S, LSU
    •    Tharold Simon, CB, LSU
    •    Spencer Ware, RB, LSU
    •    Brad Wing, P, LSU
    •    Barkevious Mingo, DE, LSU
    •    Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU
    •    Bennie Logan, DT, LSU
    •    Michael Ford, RB, LSU
    •    Chris Faulk, OT, LSU
    •    Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
    •    Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina

    •    Ace Sanders, WR, South Carolina
    •    Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
    •    Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee
    •    Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
    •    Darrington Sentimore, DT, Tennessee
    •    Luke Joeckel, OL, Texas A&M
    •    Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M

     

    NFL Mock Draft Central

    Sports Illustrated (Peter King)
    NFL.com Mock Draft Central (Charlie Casserly, Matt Smith, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah)
    CBS Sports (Rob Rang, Dane Brugler, Pat Kirwan, Pete Prisco, Clark Judge, Will Brinson)
    Sports Illustrated (Don Banks)
    FOX Sports (Peter Schrager)
    USA Today (Nate Davis)
    Sports on Earth (Mike Tanier)
    Big Lead Sports (Jason McIntyre)
    SB Nation (Dan Kadar)
    National Football Post (Russ Lande)
    Bleacher Report (Matt Miller)
    Bleacher Report (Richard Langford)
    Bleacher Report (Tim Daniels)
    Bleacher Report (Joseph Zucker)
    Bleacher Report (John Rozum)
    Bleacher Report (Rob Goldberg)
    Bleacher Report (Ethan Grant)
    Walter Football
    Draftek
    Football's Future
    NFL Draft Geek
    NFL's Future
    Optium Scouting
    Draft Countdown
    Ourlads
    The Road To Radio City (Trevor Sikkema)
    Rebuilding The Franchise (Joshua Buckley)

    SEC/NFL Draft Video Previews

    Tennessee's Tyler Bray (ESPN – Gruden Camp)
    Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel (ESPN – Gruden Camp)
    South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore (ESPN – Gruden Camp)
    Arkansas' Tyler Wilson (ESPN – Gruden Camp)

    SEC Draft Notes

    • The SEC has had more draft selections since 2006 than any other conference.  The league has averaged almost 40 selections per draft since 2006 (39.5).  

    • Since 2006, the SEC has had 46 first-round selections, an average of 7.67 per year.  The league had a high of 11 first-round selections in 2007 and 10 selected last season.

    • Since 2006, the SEC has had three players selected first in the NFL Draft (2007 – JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU to Oakland; 2009 – Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia to Detroit; 2011 - Cam Newton, QB, Auburn to Carolina) and seven other players selected among the top five in the draft (2009 - #3 Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU to Kansas City; 2008 - #4 Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas to Oakland; 2008 - #5 Glenn Dorsey, DT, LSU to Kansas City; 2010 – #5 Eric Berry, DB, Tennessee to Kansas City; 2011 - #3 Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama to Buffalo; #4 A.J. Green, WR, Georgia to Cincinnati; #5 Patrick Peterson, DB, LSU to Arizona).

    • In the 2012 NFL draft, the SEC had 42 players selected, the most from any conference. It included a high of nine first round draft selections, including six of the first 14 selections.  The SEC led the nation's conferences in draft picks for the sixth consecutive year. The last time that the SEC did not top the conference draft list was in 2006, when the Big Ten had 41 and the SEC had 37.

    SEC In The NFL Success

    • Former Southeastern Conference football players have had success in the National Football League.  Here is a snapshot of that success since 2000.

    2000s All-Decade Team
    OG - Alan Faneca, LSU (Pittsburgh, N.Y. Jets, Arizona)
    C - Kevin Mawae, LSU (Seattle, N.Y. Jets, Tennessee)
    QB - Peyton Manning, Tennessee (Indianapolis)
    RB - Jamal Lewis, Tennessee (Baltimore, Cleveland)
    RB - Shaun Alexander, Alabama (Seattle, Washington)
    DT - Richard Seymour, Georgia (New England, Oakland)
    CB - Champ Bailey, Georgia (Washington, Denver)

    NFL MVPs
    2003 - Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (Tennessee)
                Jamal Lewis, Baltimore (Tennessee)
    2004 - Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (Tennessee)
    2005 - Shaun Alexander, Seattle (Alabama)
    2008 - Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (Tennessee)
    2009 - Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (Tennessee)

    Super Bowl MVPs
    XL - Hines Ward, Pittsburgh (Georgia)
    XLI - Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (Tennessee)
    XLII - Eli Manning, New York Giants (Ole Miss)
    XLVI - Eli Manning, New York Giants (Ole Miss)

    SEC Players Taken In 2012 NFL Draft (FINAL)

    First Round (9)

    Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama – 3rd to Cleveland Browns
    Morris Claiborne, DB, LSU – 6th to Dallas Cowboys
    Mark Barron, SAF, Alabama – 7th to Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Stephon Gilmore, DB, South Carolina – 10th to Buffalo Bills
    Fletcher Cox, DL, Mississippi State – 12th to Philadelphia Eagles
    Michael Brockers, DL, LSU – 14th to St. Louis Rams
    Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama – 17th to Cincinnati Bengals
    Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina – 18th to San Diego Chargers
    Dont’a Hightower, ILB, Alabama – 25th to New England Patriots

    Second Round (5)
    Courtney Upshaw, LB, Alabama – 35th overall / 3rd in round to Baltimore Ravens
    Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia – 42nd overall / 9th in round to Buffalo Bills
    Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina – 45th overall / 13th in round to Chicago Bears
    Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt – 62nd overall / 30th in round to Green Bay Packers
    Rueben Randle, WR, LSU – 63rd overall / 31st in round to New York Giants

    Third Round (2)
    Brandon Taylor, SAF, LSU – 73rd overall / 10th in round to San Diego Chargers
    Jake Bequette, DE, Arkansas – 90th overall / 27th in round to New England Patriots

    Fourth Round (10)
    Ben Jones, C, Georgia – 99th overall / 4th in round to Houston Texans
    Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas – 104th overall / 9th in round to Carolina Panthers
    Bobby Massie, OT, Ole Miss – 112th overall / 17th in round to Arizona Cardinals
    Jaye Howard, DT, Florida – 114th overall / 19th in round to Seattle Seahawks
    Orson Charles, TE, Georgia – 116th overall / 21st in round to Cincinnati Bengals
    Jarius Wright, WR, Arkansas – 118th overall / 23rd in round to Minnesota Vikings
    Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia – 123rd overall / 28th in round to Philadelphia Eagles
    Ron Brooks, CB, LSU – 124th overall / 29th in round to Buffalo Bills
    Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn – 131st overall / 36th in round to New York Giants
    Greg Childs, WR, Arkansas – 134th overall / 39th in round to Minnesota Vikings

    Fifth Round (6)
    Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama – 136th overall / 1st in round to Indianapolis Colts
    Malik Jackson, DE, Tennessee – 137th overall / 2nd in round to Denver Broncos
    De’Quan Menzie, CB, Alabama – 146th overall / 11th in round to Kansas City Chiefs
    Rokevious Watkins, OG, South Carolina – 150th overall / 15th in round to St. Louis Rams
    Chris Rainey, RB, Florida – 159th overall / 24th in round to Pittsburgh Steelers
    Vick Ballard, RB, Mississippi State – 170th overall / 35th in round to Indianapolis Colts

    Sixth Round (4)
    Blair Walsh, PK, Georgia – 175th overall / 5th in round to Minnesota Vikings
    Winston Guy, SAF, Kentucky – 181st overall / 11th in round to Seattle Seahawks
    Danny Trevathan, LB, Kentucky – 188th overall / 18th in round to Denver Broncos
    Charles Mitchell, SAF, Mississippi State – 192nd overall / 22nd in round to Atlanta Falcons

    Seventh Round (6)
    Justin Anderson, OT, Georgia – 208th overall / 1st in round to Indianapolis Colts
    Tim Fugger, DE, Vanderbilt – 214th overall / 7th in round to Indianapolis Colts
    DeAngelo Tyson, DE, Georgia – 236th overall / 29th in round to Baltimore Ravens
    Antonio Allen, SS, South Carolina – 242th overall / 35th in round to New York Jets
    Brad Smelley, TE, Alabama – 247th overall / 40th in round to Cleveland Browns
    Travian Robertson, DT, South Carolina – 249th overall / 42nd to Atlanta Falcons

    2012 SEC Draft Notes

    * - The SEC had 42 selections in the 2012 NFL Draft.  The number led the nation for the sixth straight year.  (SEC – 42; Big Ten – 41; ACC – 31; Pac 12 – 28; Big 12 – 25; Big East – 12; Mountain West – 12; WAC – 11; Conference USA – 10)
    * - All 12 SEC teams had a player selected in the draft.  The SEC is the only conference to have had a player selected from every one of its teams.  (SEC by team total: Alabama 8, Georgia 7, South Carolina 6, LSU 5, Arkansas 4, Miss. State 3, Florida 2, Kentucky 2, Vanderbilt 2, Auburn 1, Ole Miss 1, Tennessee 1)
    * - The 42 selections bring the SEC’s total to 279 during the last seven NFL Drafts, an average of 39.8 per year.  The SEC by year since 2006:  37 picks (2006); 41 (2007); 35 (2008); 37 (2009); 49 (2010); 38 (2011); 42 (2012).
    * - Alabama led the nation in total draft selections with 8, followed by Georgia and Oklahoma with 7 each.  Seven teams had 6 selections each including South Carolina, California, Miami (Fla.), Michigan State, Iowa, Wisconsin and Boise State.
    * - Arkansas tied an NFL Draft record with three wide receivers taken this year.  It ties 1978 Florida and 1983 Tennessee and 11 other teams.
    * - Since 2006, the SEC has had 55 first-round selections, an average of 7.86 per year.  
    * - The 42 total during that span for the SEC is second to the 2010 total of 49.

    2012 NFL Draft Day One Notes

    * - It is the 6th year in a row and 8th in the last 10 years that the SEC has had multiple selections in the top 7 of the NFL Draft.
    * - In last 6 NFL Drafts’ top six picks (36 selections total), the SEC has had 15 total selections.
    * - The SEC has had a top three pick in the NFL Draft in 10 of the last 15 seasons.
    * - Second year in a row that the SEC has had six of the first 14 selections in the NFL Draft.
    * - Eight of the nine selections from the SEC were defensive selections.
    * - In last 6 NFL Drafts’ top 15 picks (90 selections total), the SEC has had 29 total selections.
    * - The SEC record for most players taken in the first round was 11, set in 2007.  The nine, tonight, is third highest, also behind last season’s 10.
    * - During the last six NFL Drafts, the SEC has had 51 players taken in the first round, an average of 8.5 per season.
    * - In the last five NFL Drafts (2008-12), 10 of the 12 SEC teams have had players drafted – a total of 30 players overall.