The SEC produced more picks in the 2013 NFL Draft than the ACC, Big 12, Pac-12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, MAC, WAC, and Mountain West.
All of the 2013 NFL Draft picks broken down by college conferences. The SEC leads the ACC, Pac-12, Big 12, Big Ten, Big East and more.
After getting cut by the Eagles, corner Nnamdi Asomugha is struggling to choose his new team. A new report says he's torn between the 49ers, where he'd join an elite defense, and the Saints, where he'd be reunited with defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.
Now that the deadline for underclassmen entering the NFL Draft has passed, it's time to check in on the programs hit the hardest by early departure and, yes, it's the SEC that took the brunt of early exits.
The NFL officially recognized a record 73 underclassmen as having been granted special eligibility into the 2013 draft. The list includes Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel, NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated prospect, and a few surprises.
While the NFL has yet to announce the final tally, the deadline for underclassmen to declare themselves eligible for the 2013 draft was yesterday, January 15. And, with 25 of NFLDraftScout.com's top 50 prospects (including No 1 overall) forgoing eligibility, what is clear is that underclassmen will once again dominate the league's April selection show.
The Florida State pass rusher is projected to be one of the first players drafted in April.

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