NFL Draft by Conference: Big Ten avoids first-round shutout
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.
The first round of the NFL Draft is in the books, and thanks to the Dallas Cowboys every one of the power five conferences was represented on Thursday night in Radio City Music Hall. The Cowboys selected Wisconsin center Travis Frederick with the 31st overall pick, continuing the Big Ten's 60-year streak of first-round draft picks.
The SEC was the leader after Thursday night. Check back after Friday for an updated count for all of the conferences.
Washington: DB Desmond Trufant (No. 22 overall, Atlanta Falcons)
Big 12 (3)
Texas: DB Kenny Vaccaro (No. 15 overall, New Orleans Saints)
Big East (1)
Big Ten (1)
Conference USA (1)
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