Let's just say the SEC had its own fantasy draft where only SEC coaches and players were selected. The draft would be conducted to fill out the offensive players and defenses for the teams in the league.
Let's see who Mark Ingram runs with, who Urban Meyer coaches for, and who Ryan Mallet plays QB for in the 2010 SEC Fantasy Draft.
Let's start the draft. The rules for the draft go like this...
- The order of the draft is randomly determined by a computer.
- Each round, the order flips. So if a team has the first pick in the first round, the team will have the last pick in the second round and then the first pick in the third round, and so on.
- Coaches must be selected in the first round only.
- Players can only be selected after the first round.
- There will be 10 rounds. A roster will consist of only: 1 Coach and 9 Players:
Consider all offensive lines to be the same quality and strength, as none will be selected.
Here we go!
The 2010 SEC Fantasy Draft Order:
2. Ole Miss
4. South Carolina
8. Mississippi State
1. Georgia - Head Coach Nick Saban
2. Ole Miss - Head Coach Urban Meyer
3. Auburn - Head Coach Mark Richt
4. South Carolina - Head Coach Bobby Petrino
5. Alabama - Head Coach Steve Spurrier
6. LSU - Head Coach Les Miles
7. Vanderbilt - Head Coach Houston Nutt
8. Mississippi State - Head Coach Gene Chizik
9. Florida - Head Coach Dan Mullen
10. Tennessee - Head Coach Derrick Dooley
11. Arkansas - Head Coach Bobby Johnson
12. Kentucky - Head Coach Joker Phillips
Highlight: The Georgia Bulldogs were ecstatic with the No. 1 overall pick. They selected head coach Nick Saban.
13. Kentucky - RB Mark Ingram
14. Arkansas - QB Ryan Mallet
15. Tennessee - QB John Brantley
16. Florida - WR A. J. Green
17. Mississippi St. - QB Cameron Newton
18. Vanderbilt - RB Trent Richardson
19. LSU - WR Julio Jones
20. Alabama - QB Aaron Murray
21. South Carolina - RB Jeff Demps
22. Auburn - RB Washaun Ealey
23. Ole Miss - QB Stephen Garcia
24. Georgia - WR Darvin Adams
Highlight: Mark Ingram is selected as the first player in the draft by Kentucky. New head coach Joker Phillips is more than happy to welcome the Heisman winner to Lexington.
25. Georgia - WR Alshon Jeffery
26. Ole Miss - RB Tauren Poole
27. Auburn - QB Jordan Jefferson
28. South Carolina - QB Greg McElroy
29. Alabama - WR Randall Cobb
30. LSU - RB Brandon Bolden
31. Vanderbilt - WR Russell Sheppard
32. Mississippi State - RB Derrick Locke
33. Florida - RB Mario Fannin
34. Tennessee - RB Broderick Green
35. Arkansas - WR Terrance Tolliver
36. Kentucky - WR Greg Childs
Highlight: Alabama drafts WR Randall Cobb with the 29th pick. Tide head coach Steve Spurrier said he was surprised that Cobb fell so far. He could be the steal of the draft.
37. Kentucky - TE DJ Williams
38. Arkansas - RB Caleb King
39. Tennessee - WR Chad Bumphis
40. Florida - WR Chris Rainey
41. Mississippi St. - WR Terrell Zachery
42. Vanderbilt - TE Luke Stocker
43. LSU - TE Orsen Charles
44. Alabama - WR Reuben Randle
45. South Carolina - WR Gerald Jones
46. Auburn - WR Maquis Maze
47. Ole Miss - WR Jarius Wright
48. Georgia - QB Chris Relf
Highlight: The position of WR was a trendy pick in the Fourth Round, highlighted by Florida's selection of their own WR Chris Rainey.
49. Georgia - RB Marcus Lattimore
50. Ole Miss - WR Joe Adams
51. Auburn - RB Onterio McCalleb
52. South Carolina - RB Robert Elliot
53. Alabama - RB Michael Dyer
54. LSU - WR Markeith Summers
55. Vanderbilt - WR Kodi Burns
56. Mississippi State - DEF Florida
57. Florida - QB AJ McCarron
58. Tennessee - WR Deonte Thompson
59. Arkansas - DEF Alabama
60. Kentucky - WR Tori Gurley
Highlight: A couple of unproven running backs get taken in Lattimore(Georgia) and Dyer(Alabama), while RB Onterio McCalleb stays put at Auburn.
61. Kentucky - RB Emmanuel Moody
62. Arkansas - WR Denarius Moore
63. Tennessee - DEF Ole Miss
64. Florida - RB Warren Norman
65. Mississippi St. - RB Jarvis Giles
66. Vanderbilt - QB Morgan Newton
67. LSU - QB Matt Simms
68. Alabama - RB Michael Ford
69. South Carolina - WR Chris Matthews
70. Auburn - WR Da'Rick Rodgers
71. Ole Miss - TE Jordan Reed
72. Georgia - RB Kenny Miles
Highlight: QB Morgan Newton is selected by Vanderbilt. Head coach Houston Nutt said, "We are excited to have him in Nashville."
73. Georgia - WR Darius Hanks
74. Ole Miss - RB Ronnie Wingo
75. Auburn - TE Weslye Saunders
76. South Carolina - DEF South Carolina
77. Alabama - DEF Arkansas
78. LSU - RB Mike Gilislee
79. Vanderbilt - RB Jarvis Giles
80. Mississippi State - RB Vick Ballard
81. Florida - RB Stevan Ridley
82. Tennessee - K Blair Walsh
83. Arkansas - RB Enrique Davis
84. Kentucky - QB Nathan Stanley
Highlight: The first kicker was taken by Tennessee. Head coach Derrick Dooley said, "It was great to grab the top kicker in the draft."
85. Kentucky - DEF Mississippi State
86. Arkansas - WR DeAngelo Benton
87. Tennessee - RB Brian Maddox
88. Florida - TE Marcus Green
89. Mississippi State - WR John Cole
90. Vanderbilt - K Wes Byrum
91. LSU - DEF Auburn
92. Alabama - WR Cobi Hamilton
93. South Carolina - K Alex Tejada
94. Auburn - K Cade Foster
95. Ole Miss - DEF Georgia
96. Georgia - TE Nick Melillo
Highlight: Arkansas drafts WR DeAngelo Benton.
97. Georgia - DEF LSU
98. Ole Miss - WR Andre Dubose
99. Auburn - WR John Cole
100. South Carolina - TE Brad Smelley
101. Alabama - TE Aron White
102. LSU - K Josh Jasper
103. Vanderbilt - WR Jesse Grandy
104. Mississippi State - TE Phillip Lutzenkirchen
105. Florida - K Spencer Lanning
106. Tennessee - WR Lionel Breux
107. Arkansas - TE Brandon Barden
108. Kentucky - K Kaleb Sturgis
Highlight: South Carolina picks up TE Brad Smelley, brother of former USC QB, Chris Smelley.
109. Kentucky - RB Tarvarres King
110. Arkansas - K Daniel Lincoln
111. Tennessee - TE Deangelo Peterson
112. Florida - DEF Tennessee
113. Mississippi State - K Derek Depasquale
114. Vanderbilt - DEF Kentucky
115. LSU - WR Frankie Hammond
116. Alabama - K Ryan Fowler
117. South Carolina - RB Rodney Scott
118. Auburn - DEF Vanderbilt
119. Ole Miss - K Bryson Rose
120. Georgia - K Sean Brauchle
Highlight: Georgia selects Mr. Irrelevant in K Sean Brauchle.
That concludes the draft. Who's got the best team?