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Final Pac-12 NFL draft tally

5/1/2011

The Pac-12 provided 37 players to the NFL draft over the weekend, one fewer than the SEC, which led all conferences.

If the six combined picks from Colorado and Utah are taken away from the conference, the old Pac-10 provided NFL teams 3.1 draft picks per team, also just behind the SEC at 3.17.

Here's where the Pac-12 players went:

First round

No. 8 Jake Locker, QB, Washington: Tennessee

No. 9 Tyron Smith., OT, USC: Dallas

No. 17 Nate Solder, OT, Colorado: New England

No. 24 Cameron Jordan, DE, California: New Orleans

No. 27 Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado: Baltimore

Second round

7. Akeem Ayers, LB, UCLA: Tennessee

10. Brooks Reed, DE, Arizona: Houston

13. Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA: Denver

21. Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State: Chicago

24. Shane Vereen, RB, California: New England

Third round

13. Jurrell Casey, DT, USC: Tennessee

20. Mason Foster, LB, Washington: Tampa Bay

25. Shareece Wright, CB, USC: San Diego

29. Christopher Conte, S, California: Chicago

33. Sione Fua, DT, Stanford: Carolina

Fourth round

5. Jordan Cameron, TE, USC: Cleveland

19. Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon: Philadelphia

21. Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado: Kansas City

27. Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford: Cleveland

Fifth round

8. Brandon Burton, CB, Utah: Minnesota

9. Gabe Miller, DE, Oregon State: Kansas City

14. Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon State: Atlanta

23. Richard Sherman, CB, Stanford: Seattle

Sixth round

2. Ryan Whalen, WR, Stanford: Cincinnati

14. Caleb Schlauderaff, OG, Utah: Green Bay

17. Ronald Johnson, WR, USC: San Francisco

19. David Carter, DT, UCLA: Arizona

22. Allen Bradford, RB, USC: Tampa Bay

24. Mike Mohamed, LB, California: Denver

32. Ricky Elmore, DE, Arizona: Green Bay

38. Zach Williams, C, Washington State: Carolina

Seventh round

12. D'Aundre Reed, DE, Arizona: Minnesota

24. Scotty McKnight, WR, Colorado: New York Jets

30. Lawrence Guy, DT, Arizona State: Green Bay

37. Stanley Havili, FB, USC: Philadelphia

38. David Ausberry, WR, USC: Oakland

39. Malcolm Smith, LB, USC: Seattle

By Pac-12 school:

Arizona (3)

Arizona State (1)

California (4)

Colorado (4)

Oregon (1)

Oregon State (3)

Stanford (4)

UCLA (3)

USC (9)

Utah (2)

Washington (2)

Washington State (1)

The final tally by automatic qualifying conferences:

SEC... 38

Pac-12... 37

Big Ten... 36

ACC... 35

Big East 22

Big 12...19

Nebraska was a big swing to the Big Ten from the Big 12 with seven picks. With Colorado and Nebraska, the Big 12 provided 30 selections.

This was the tally through three rounds:

SEC: 20

ACC: 19

Pac-12: 15

Big Ten: 13

Big 12: 9

Big East: 4