Buzzing on Yahoo Sports:

Draft winds: Facts and figures about 2012 picks

No one who follows college football will be surprised to learn that more players from SEC schools were selected in the 2012 draft than players from any other league. The SEC had 42 draftees, one more than the Big Ten.

That makes it six seasons in a row that the SEC has had the most draft picks among leagues.

Some other math from the 2012 draft:

[Related: Prolific QBs headline the 2012 Yahoo! Sports All-Undrafted Team]

• Eight Big Six programs didn’t have a draftee this year: Duke, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, Texas Tech, UCLA and Washington State. Duke hasn’t had a player drafted since 2004.

View photo

.

Alabama, led by RB Trent Richardson, had the most first-round picks of any school. (AP)

• Alabama had the most first-round picks of any school, with four. The Tide also had four players selected in the first round of the 2011 draft. Alabama also had the most picks overall, with eight.

• Baylor had two first-rounders for the second year in a row. The Bears’ four first-round picks in the past two years equaled the number the school had in the previous 29 drafts combined.

• Texas hasn’t had a first-round pick in either of the past two drafts. That’s the first time since 1992 and ’93 that Texas went back-to-back years without a first-rounder.

• The team with the most combined picks in the past two drafts? It’s Miami, which has had 14 players drafted. That’s one more draftee than UM had wins in the past two seasons. Tied for second are Alabama and Georgia, with 13 draftees each. Iowa and USC have had 12 each.

• A record 65 underclassmen declared for the draft, and 20 weren’t picked. Among those who didn’t hear their name called: Oregon QB Darron Thomas, Washington RB Chris Polk, Toledo WR Eric Page, North Carolina DE Donte Paige-Moss, Arizona State LB Vontaze Burfict, Oregon CB Cliff Harris and McNeese State S Janzen Jackson.

Here is a team-by-team look at the players selected in the NFL draft since 2000 through this past weekend.

(@ - player taken in supplemental draft. * - player was first of multiple picks from that school in first round that year).

ACC

Boston College
24 draftees, nine first-rounders (most recent LB Luke Kuechly in 2012)
Clemson
39 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent RB C.J. Spiller in 2010)
Duke
Two draftees, no first-rounders (most recent QB Dave Brown@ in 1992)
Florida State
66 draftees, 15 first-rounders (most recent QB Christian Ponder in 2011
Georgia Tech
29 draftees, 15 first-rounders (most recent DE Derrick Morgan* in 2010)
Maryland
31 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent WR Darrius Heyward-Bey in 2009)
Miami
81 draftees, 26 first-rounders (most recent FS Kenny Phillips in 2008)
North Carolina
40 draftees, six first-rounders (most recent DE Quinton Coples in 2012)
N.C. State
34 draftees, five first-rounders (most recent DE Mario Williams* in 2006)
Virginia
36 draftees, six first-rounders (most recent OT Eugene Monroe in 2009)
Virginia Tech
58 draftees, five first-rounders (most recent RB David Wilson in 2012)
Wake Forest
23 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent LB Aaron Curry in 2009)

[Jason Cole: Dolphins, Steelers score high AFC draft grades | NFC grades]

Big 12

Baylor
18 draftees, five first-rounders (most recent QB Robert Griffin III* in 2012)
Iowa State
12 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent RB George Amundson in 1973)
Kansas
12 draftees, one first-rounder (most recent CB Aqib Talib in 2008)
Kansas State
34 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent QB Josh Freeman in 2009)
Missouri
23 draftees, six first-rounders (most recent DE Aldon Smith* in 2011)
Oklahoma
60 draftees, 12 first-rounders (most recent QB Sam Bradford* in 2010)
Oklahoma State
23 draftees, seven first-rounders (most recent WR Justin Blackmon* in 2012)
Texas
52 draftees, 14 first-rounders (most recent S Earl Thomas in 2010)
Texas A&M
37 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent QB Ryan Tannehill in 2012)
Texas Tech
21 draftees, one first-rounders (most recent WR Michael Crabtree in 2009)

[Michael Silver: Gus Frerotte gives Kirk Cousins advice in 'Skins' QB race]

Big East

Cincinnati
26 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent DT Bob Bell in 1971)
Connecticut
16 draftees, one first-rounder (most recent RB Donald Brown in 2009)
Louisville
33 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent C Eric Wood in 2009)
Pittsburgh
34 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent WR Jonathan Baldwin in 2011)
Rutgers
18 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent OT Anthony Davis* in 2010)
Syracuse
28 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent DE Chandler Jones in 2012)
USF
19 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent DE Jason Pierre-Paul in 2010)
West Virginia
25 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent DE Bruce Irvin in 2012)

[Related: Robert Griffin III's inspirational, Redskins-colored socks]

Big Ten

Illinois
31 draftees, five first-rounders (most recent DE Whitney Mercilus in 2012)
Indiana
15 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent WR Thomas Lewis in 1994)
Iowa
51 draftees, six first-rounders (most recent OT Riley Reiff in 2012)
Michigan
54 draftees, nine first-rounders (most recent DE Brandon Graham in 2010)
Michigan State
41 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent WR Charles Rogers in 2003)
Minnesota
20 draftees, twofirst-rounders (most recent RB Laurence Maroney in 2006)
Nebraska
55 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent CB Prince Amukamara in 2012)
Northwestern
18 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent DT Luis Castillo in 2005)
Ohio State
83 draftees, 17 first-rounders (most recent DE Cameron Heyward in 2011)
Penn State
50 draftees, 10 first-rounders (most recent DT Jared Odrick in 2010)
Purdue
36 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent DE Ryan Kerrigan in 2012)
Wisconsin
57 draftees, 11 first-rounders (most recent G Kevin Zeitler in 2012)

[Les Carpenter: NFL 'Die Hards' sit through all three days of the draft]

Conference USA

East Carolina
11 draftees, one first-rounder (most recent RB Chris Johnson in 2008)
Houston
10 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent RB Antowain Smith in 1997)
Marshall
14 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent QB Byron Leftwich in 2003)
Memphis
11 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent DT Dontari Poe in 2012)
Rice
Six draftees, no first-rounders (most recent RB Earl Cooper in 1980)
SMU
Nine draftees, no first-rounders (most recent CB Rod Jones* in 1986)
Southern Miss
20 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent RB Tony Smith in 1992)
Tulane
Nine draftees, two first-rounders (most recent QB J.P. Losman in 2004)
Tulsa
Six draftees, no first-rounders (most recent OL Steve August in 1977)
UAB
Seven draftees, two first-rounders (most recent WR Roddy White in 2005)
UCF
17 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent QB Daunte Culpepper in 1999)
UTEP
13 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent LB Fred Carr* in 1968)

Independents

Army
One draftee, no first-rounders (most recent OT Tex Coulter in 1947)
BYU
23 draftees, one first-rounder (most recent LB Rob Morris in 2000)
Navy
No draftees
Notre Dame
51 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent WR Michael Floyd* in 2012)

[Jason Cole: Washington Redskins make NFL draft's winners, losers lists]

Mid-American

Akron
Six draftees, no first-rounders (none is history)
Ball State
Five draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
Bowling Green
Four draftees, no first-rounders (most recent WR Bernie Casey in 1961)
Buffalo
Six draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
Central Michigan
Seven draftees, one first-rounders (most recent OT Joe Staley in 2007)
Eastern Michigan
Four draftees, no first-rounders (most recent OT L.J. Shelton in 1999)
Kent State
Five draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
Miami (Ohio)
10 draftees, one first-rounders (most recent QB Ben Roethlisberger in 2004)
Northern Illinois
Eight draftees, one first-rounder (most recent OLB Larry English in 2009)
Ohio
Five draftees, no first-rounders (most recent T Art Lewis in 1936)
Temple
11 draftees, one first-rounders (most recent DT Muhammad Wilkerson in 2011)
Toledo
Six draftees, no first-rounders (most recent DE Dan Williams in 1993)
Western Michigan
Seven draftees, one first-rounder (most recent OLB Jason Babin in 2004)

[Related: Boise State's Kellen Moore overlooked again, this time by the NFL]

Mountain West

Air Force
No draftees
Boise State
22 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent DE Shea McClellin in 2012)
Colorado State
12 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent QB Kelly Stouffer in 1987)
New Mexico
13 draftees, one first-rounder (most recent LB Brian Urlacher in 2000)
San Diego State
24 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent G Kyle Turley in 1998)
TCU
31 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent DE Jerry Hughes in 2010)
UNLV
12 draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
Wyoming
Five draftees, no first-rounders (most recent RB Lawrence Gaines* in 1976)

Pac-12

Arizona
30 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent CB Antoine Cason in 2008)
Arizona State
38 draftees, five first-rounders (most recent OLB Terrell Suggs in 2003)
California
48 draftees, 10 first-rounders (most recent DE Cameron Jordan in 2011)
Colorado
32 draftees, four first-rounders (most recent OT Nate Solder* in 2011)
Oregon
42 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent RB Jonathan Stewart in 2008)
Oregon State
33 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent RB Steven Jackson in 2004)
Stanford
41 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent QB Andrew Luck* in 2012)
UCLA
31 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent TE Marcedes Lewis in 2006)
USC
81 draftees, 18 first-rounders (most recent OT Matt Kalil* in 2012)
Utah
32 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent QB Alex Smith in 2005)
Washington
25 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent QB Jake Locker in 2011)
Washington State
18 draftees, one first-rounder (most recent CB Marcus Trufant in 2003)

SEC

Alabama
55 draftees, 13 first-rounders (most recent RB Trent Richardson* in 2012)
Arkansas
37 draftees, six first-rounders (most recent RB Darren McFadden* in 2008)
Auburn
43 draftees, eight first-rounders (most recent QB Cam Newton* in 2011)
Florida
65 draftees, 13 first-rounders (most recent C Mike Pouncey in 2011)
Georgia
74 draftees, 11 first-rounders (most recent WR A.J. Green in 2011)
Kentucky
21 draftees, one first-rounder (most recent DT Dewayne Robertson in 2003)
LSU
66 draftees, 12 first-rounders (most recent CB Morris Claiborne in 2012)
Mississippi
28 draftees, six first-rounders (most recent OT Michael Oher* in 2009)
Mississippi State
25 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent DT Fletcher Cox in 2012)
South Carolina
38 draftees, six first-rounders (most recent CB Stephon Gilmore* in 2012)
Tennessee
63 draftees, 12 first-rounders (most recent S Eric Berry in 2010)
Vanderbilt
18 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent OT Chris Williams in 2008)

Sun Belt

Arkansas State
Seven draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
Florida Atlantic
Three draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
Florida International
Four draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
Louisiana-Lafayette
Seven draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
Louisiana-Monroe
Three draftees, no first-rounders (most recent RB Joe Profit in 1971)
Middle Tennessee
Five draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
North Texas
One draftee, no first-rounders (most recent DB Leonard Dunlap in 1971)
Troy
14 draftees, two first-rounders (most recent CB Leodis McKelvin in 2008)
Western Kentucky
Three draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)

Western Athletic

Fresno State
23 draftees, three first-rounders (most recent RB Ryan Mathews in 2010)
Hawaii
24 draftees, one first-rounder (most recent WR Ashley Lelie in 2002)
Idaho
11 draftees, one first-rounders (most recent G Mike Iupati in 2010)
Louisiana Tech
Nine draftees, no first-rounders (most recent WR Troy Edwards in 1999)
Nevada
13 draftees, no first-rounders (most recent QB Stan Heath in 1949)
New Mexico State
Four draftees, no first-rounders (none in history)
San Jose State
Nine draftees, no first-rounders (most recent CB Gill Byrd in 1983)
Utah State
Eight draftees, no first-rounders (most recent DT Phil Olsen in 1970)

Most draft picks, 2000-12

1. Ohio State: 83
2. Miami: 81
3. USC: 81
4. Georgia: 74
5. Florida State, LSU: 66
7. Florida: 65
8. Tennessee: 63
9. Oklahoma: 60
10. Virginia Tech: 58
11. Wisconsin: 57
12. Alabama, Nebraska: 55
14. Michigan: 54
15. Texas: 52

Most 1st-rounders, 2000-12

1. Miami: 26
2. USC: 18
3. Ohio State: 17
4. Florida State: 15
5. Texas: 14
6. Alabama, Florida: 13
8. LSU, Oklahoma, Tennessee: 12
11. Georgia, Wisconsin: 11
13. California, Penn State: 10
15. Boston College, Michigan: 9

Other popular content on the Yahoo! network:
Marc J. Spears: Amar'e Stoudemire hurts himself and Knicks with punch through glass
Nationals' Bryce Harper joins in on softball game at Washington Monument
Olympians Shannon Miller, Dan O'Brien and Summer Sanders join Y! Sports as Olympic analysts
Shine: Lacrosse is the fastest-growing sport in the U.S.