FCS (minus CAA) - 20 (19 in 2010)
Outside of the CAA, there are still some great talents at the FCS level.
Brian Quick, WR from Appalachian State and BJ Coleman, QB from UT-Chattanooga both have a chance to be Top 100 picks, with the latter potentially having a Joe Flacco type rise.
Also, Chris Summers, WR from Liberty, Asa Jackson, CB from Cal Poly, and Tom Compton, OT, South Dakota are all sure bets to be Top 150-175 picks come draft day.
That leaves just 15 more from 13 conferences, including some very talented ones like the Southern, SWAC, MEAC, and Big Sky.
Division II Conferences - 5 (3 in 2010)
Generally, programs lower than FCS never have NFL talent with any consistency, but Division II could be carried by two programs this year: North Alabama and California PA.
Both have gotten some great FBS transfers, with North Alabama getting the grand prize of Janoris Jenkins from Florida.
I'd guess he, Marcus Dowtin (OLB from North Alabama), Thomas Mayo (WR from California PA), Brett Diamond (ILB from California PA), and Rishaw Johnson (OG from California PA) are the five players drafted from the D2 level.
Division III Conferences - 2 (1 in 2010)
At Optimum Scoting, we only have eight players from the D3 level who have a fringe draftable grade or higher, and two with draftable grades.
One is Alex Tanney, trick shot quarterback from Monmouth. The other is Kyle Fiedorowicz, tight end from North Central College. Both should be late round prospects.