No conference churns out quality NFL players like the SEC, and this year's crop of senior prospects features a number of talented linemen, a potential franchise quarterback and the top cornerback in the country.
It's no coincidence that Alabama—who will attempt to win its third national championship in four years—leads the way with several of the top seniors in the SEC. Beginning with the best guard in the draft, Chance Warmack, the Crimson Tide will make plenty of noise on draft day.
Elsewhere around the conference, Arkansas' Tyler Wilson entered the season as a favorite to go No. 1 overall, but he instead could be a draft-day steal after his numbers slipped slightly in 2012.
While a number of quality seniors like Florida's Jon Bostic and Mike Gillislee just missed the cut, let's take a closer look at the five best SEC senior draft prospects.