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the Aggies have been a factory for offensive linemen with at least one drafted in the top-25 each of the last three years and redshirt junior Germain Ifedi could potentially stretch that streak to four years in the 2016 class.
With not a single player selected in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Volunteers broke a 54-year streak of sending prospects to the pros. But with a talented quarterback in junior Joshua Dobbs and a defense stacked with talent, head coach Butch Jones and the Vols appear poised for a resounding comeback this year.
The NFL loves playmakers but scouts will have to think twice about investing a draft pick in UCLA's star, who prior to being arrested on theft charges checked in as the No. 11 cornerback on NFLDraftScout.com's 2017 rankings.
Pharoh Cooper earned All-SEC recognition as both a wide receiver and return specialist in 2014 and could be on the verge of even greater things as a junior. He joins offensive tackle Brandon Shell and South Carolina's top defensive playmaker Skai Moore as South Carolina's NFL prospects to watch this season.
Missouri has long been a program known for producing high drafts picks along the line of scrimmage and has another NFL-ready talent in senior center Evan Boehm.
Coming off a 10-win season, Mississippi State set a new school record this past spring with five players drafted in the 2015 class. But the NFL talent cupboard in Starkville isn't empty.
Offensive tackles Clint Van Horn (Marshall) and Joe Haeg (North Dakota State), who both have top-100 potential as draft picks, lead the list of the top senior prospects in the country from non-power 5 conferences.
2013 super recruits Robert Nkemdiche, Laremy Tunsil and Laquon Treadwell could give the Rebels its first trio of first round picks in school history but if you're looking for the best NFL prospect in the SEC, you'll have to look elsewhere.
Of the 22 projected starters for the Tigers, 17 are underclassmen, but NFL scouts think highly of the few seniors at LSU, including top-100 hopefuls Vadal Alexander and Jalen Mills.
Not since 2001 has the Big Ten led all conferences in first round picks, but that could change in the 2016 class with Ohio State, Michigan State and Penn State all projected to have multiple representatives in the draft's opening round.
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