The 2017 NFL Draft first round has come and gone, and 32 college football players have found NFL homes after an exciting first round of the draft.
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After multiple trades, interesting and often head-scratching decisions, and celebration and disappointment from fans across the league, we have our top 32 selections. Here we take a look at the 32 players by their teams and conferences.
Let's start with the conferences. Eight different conferences had at least one player drafted.
The SEC led the way with 12 total draft picks, followed by the Big 10 (7 picks) and the Pac-12 (6 selections). The only other conference with multiple picks was the ACC (4 drafted).
Interestingly, of the conferences with just one selection (AAC, Big 12, MAC), all three players were top 13 selections, with one the No. 5 overall pick (Western Michigan's Corey Davis to the Tennessee Titans). Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes went No. 10 overall to the Kansas City Chiefs and Temple's Hassan Reddick went No. 13 overall to the Arizona Cardinals.
When you look at the selections on a team-by-team basis, the SEC strength shows. Twenty-one different teams had at least one player selected, and seven teams had two or more draft picks.
Alabama's four selections (Marlon Humphrey, Jonathan Allen, O.J. Howard and Reuben Foster) led all teams in the first round even though their first pick didn't come until No. 16, when Humphrey was selected by the Baltimore Ravens.