One of the more remarkable streaks in college football was kept alive over the weekend, as the SEC led all conferences in players drafted for the eighth straight season.
A grand total of 49 former players heard their names called in New York City at the world's biggest televised job fair.
But while those 49 players realized their dreams, the former SEC stars who didn't get a phone call from an NFL franchise during the draft is perhaps the most shocking development of the draft from a college football perspective.
Former stars like Tennessee offensive lineman Antonio "Tiny" Richardson and Florida cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy had to go the undrafted free-agent route to make it to the league.
Which SEC undrafted free agents have the best chances of having successful NFL careers? The top five are in this slideshow.