There have never been four teams with at least 10 selections apiece in one NFL Draft. SEC teams could do that by themselves at the 2018 draft if things fall perfectly for the conference.
Barring the most stunning selection in NFL Draft history, the SEC will not have the No. 1 overall pick for a second straight season. In all likelihood, none of the conference's 14 teams will have a draftee in the top five picks — and they may not get a top-eight selection. Nonetheless, the SEC will have a ton of names called, particularly from four teams: Alabama, Auburn, Georgia and LSU .
Alabama will have at least 10 picks for the second straight season and should have the most selections of any college for the first time since 2012. They could have up to 15 if guys like JK Scott and Joshua Frazier hear their names called. Georgia can also hit 10 if John Atkins and Dominick Sanders are selected. It's hard to see the Bulldogs' other talent (e.g. Trenton Thompson) falling into free agency.
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Auburn has a lot of late-round wild cards. Five to be exact in Tre' Williams, Kamryn Pettway, Stephen Roberts, Austin Golson and Daniel Carlson. LSU also has five wild cards in Kevin Toliver II, Toby Weathersby, KJ Malone, Darrel Williams and Danny Etling.
Clearly, a lot of breaks are necessary to get a quartet of 10-draftee teams. But the individual breaks are not outrageous to suggest it can't happen.
Bet on it? No. Ignore the possibility of four SEC teams with 10 or more selections? No.