Every SEC player selected in the 2022 NFL draft

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The 2022 NFL draft has ended and college football fans have wasted no time bragging about how many draft picks their college produced (Or knocking their rivals for their lack of draft picks).

No one was surprised that the SEC once again led all conferences with the most draft picks, producing 65 draft picks. This is the 16th straight draft that the SEC has produced the most picks.

This year it was the Georgia Bulldogs leading the way and setting multiple draft records, their 15 selections were a modern record, as was their five defensive players taken in the first round.

The Bulldogs were expected to challenge these records after winning the national championship and having one of the most dominant defenses in years. LSU showed that NFL talent does not always translate to wins, as the Tigers had the second most players drafted in the conference with 10 despite going 6-7 and firing Ed Orgeron.

Unlike their rivals, Auburn had just one player selected with Roger McCreary being drafted by the Tennessee Titans with the 35th overall pick.

Here are how many draft picks each SEC produced and where they are headed.

Georgia - 15

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LSU - 10

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  • Derek Stingley Jr.: Third overall to the Houston Texans

  • Ed Ingram: 59th overall to the Minnesota Vikings

  • Cordale Flott: 81st overall to the New York Giants

  • Ty Davis-Price: 93rd overall to the San Francisco 49ers

  • Cade York: 124th overall to the Cleveland Browns

  • Neil Farrell Jr.: 126th overall to the Las Vegas Raiders

  • Damone Clark: 176th overall to the Dallas Cowboys

  • Austin Deculus: 205th overall to the Houston Texans

  • Chasen Hines: 210th overall to the New England Patriots

  • Andre Anthony: 248th overall to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Alabama - 7

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  • Evan Neal: Seventh overall to the New York Giants

  • Jameson Williams: 12th overall to the Detroit Lions

  • John Metchie: 44th overall to the Houston Texans

  • Phidarian Mathis: 47th overall to the Washington Commanders

  • Christian Harris: 75th overall to the Houston Texans

  • Brian Robinson: 98th overall to the Washington Commanders

  • Jalyn Armour-Davis: 119th overall to the Baltimore Ravens

Ole Miss - 6

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  • Sam Williams: 56th overall to the Dallas Cowboys

  • Matt Corral: 94th overall to the Carolina Panthers

  • Snoop Conner: 154th overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Chance Campbell: 219th overall to the Tennessee Titans

  • Mark Robinson: 225th overall to the Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Deane Leonard: 236th overall to the Deane Leonard

Tennessee - 5

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  • Alontae Taylor: 49th overall to the New Orleans Saints

  • Velus Jones: 71st overall to the Chicago Bears

  • Matthew Butler: 175th overall to the Las Vegas Raiders

  • Cade Mays: 199th overall to the Carolina Panthers

  • Theo Jackson: 204th overall to the Tennessee Titans

Texas A&M - 4

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  • Kenyon Green: 15th overall to the Houston Texans

  • DeMarvin Leal: 84th overall to the Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Michael Clemons: 117th overall to the New York Jets

  • Isaiah Spiller: 123rd overall to the Los Angeles Chargers

Kentucky - 4

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  • Wan’Dale Robinson: 43rd overall to the New York Giants

  • Joshua Paschal: 46th overall to the Detroit Lions

  • Luke Fortner: 65th overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Darian Kinnard: 145th overall to the Kansas City Chiefs

South Carolina - 3

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  • Kingsley Enagbare: 179th overall to the Green Bay Packers

  • Kevin Harris: 183rd overall to the New England Patriots

  • Nick Muse: 227th overall to the Minnesota Vikings

Florida - 3

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  • Kaiir Elam: 23rd overall to the Buffalo Bills

  • Zachary Carter: 95th overall to the Cincinnati Bengals

  • Dameon Pierce: 107th overall to the Houston Texans

Arkansas - 3

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  • Treylon Burks: 18th overall to the Tennessee Titans

  • John Ridgeway: 178th overall to the Dallas Cowboys

  • Montaric Brown: 222nd overall to the Jacksonville Jaguars

Mississippi State - 2

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  • Charles Cross: Ninth overall to the Seattle Seahawks

  • Martin Emerson: 68th overall to the Cleveland Browns

Missouri - 2

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  • Akayleb Evans: 118th overall to the Minnesota Vikings

  • Tyler Badie: 196th overall to the Baltimore Ravens

Auburn - 1

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  • Roger McCreary: 35th overall to the Tennessee Titans

Vanderbilt - 0

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The Commodores did not produce a draft pick.

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