College football: SEC has dominated Big 12 in the NFL Draft

Since the Big 12 began play in 1996, the SEC has dominated the conference in draft numbers.
by Ryan Aber Modified: August 27, 2013 at 9:00 am •  Published: August 25, 2013

Since the Big 12 began play in 1996, the SEC has dominated the conference in draft numbers. Only three times (2010, 2003 and 1997) has the Big 12 had more first-round picks and only once, in 1997, has the Big 12 have more overall players selected. Here's a look at the year-by-year breakdown:

Conference: first-round picks, overall

2013

SEC: 12, 63

Big 12: 3, 22

2012

SEC: 9, 42

Big 12: 5, 26

2011

SEC: 10, 38

Big 12: 8, 30

2010

SEC: 7, 49

Big 12: 9, 30

2009

SEC: 8, 37

Big 12: 7, 28

2008

SEC: 6, 35

Big 12: 1, 29

2007

SEC: 11, 41

Big 12: 4, 28

2006

SEC: 4, 37

Big 12: 3, 29

2005

SEC: 10, 37

Big 12: 5, 34

2004

SEC: 6, 42

Big 12: 4, 23

2003

SEC: 4, 43

Big 12: 6, 35

2002

SEC: 6, 47

Big 12: 4, 25

2001

SEC: 5, 40

Big 12: 3, 30

2000

SEC: 6, 41

Big 12: 1, 25

1999

SEC: 8, 37

Big 12: 1, 31

1998

SEC: 10, 40

Big 12: 3, 28

1997

SEC: 4, 23

Big 12: 5, 35

1996

SEC: 4, 39

Big 12: 4, 38


by Ryan Aber
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Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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