2012 NFL Draft: Predicting Landing Spots for the Top SEC Stars

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2012 NFL Draft: Predicting Landing Spots for the Top SEC Stars
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Over the past six years, the SEC has downright dominated college football. The conference has seen one of their teams win a six BCS Championship Games in consecutive seasons.

Along with dominating the BCS, the SEC is ruling the NFL draft. In each of the last three drafts, the SEC led all other conferences with the most players selected, and a total of 124 have been taken by an NFL team over the last three years.

This year should be no different, unless there are even more SEC players taken. The BCS Championship Game even featured two SEC teams for the first time, and there's plenty of talent on Alabama and LSU alone to keep scouts interested in the conference.

There is first-round talent coming out of the SEC from more than just the two schools aforementioned, and this is where I think they will land in the NFL. 

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