NFL Draft picks by college 2021: Alabama, Ohio State tie for most picks with 10 apiece

Alabama and Ohio State tied this time. 

The Crimson Tide and Buckeyes, which met in the College Football Playoff championship game this season, each had 10 players selected in the 2021 NFL Draft. Ohio State tied Alabama after four players were selected on Day 3. 

Georgia and Notre Dame each had nine players selected. Florida and Michigan had eight players selected. 

Alabama had eight players selected in the first three rounds. The Crimson Tide also tied the record of six first-round picks set by Miami in 2004. Alabama had three picks in the first 10 picks, including Miami's Jaylen Waddle (No. 6), Denver's Patrick Surtain Jr. (No. 9) and Philadelphia's DeVonta Smith (No. 10). That run continued with New England's Mac Jones (No. 15) and Las Vegas' Alex Leatherwood (No. 17) and Pittsburgh's Najee Harris (No. 23). 

The SEC led all conferences with 65 players selected. The Big Ten was second with 43 players; followed by the ACC with 42. 

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NFL Draft picks by college 2021

NFL Draft picks by school SCHOOL1234567TOTALAlabama620002010Ohio State123120110Notre Dame03212019Georgia12301119Florida21013108Michigan10302208LSU11020217UCF01110216Pitt00111216Kentucky11000316Penn State21000036Clemson21101005Stanford01211005North Carolina01210105USC10021105Texas01102105Missouri01011205Oklahoma01120015BYU10100035Oregon11001205Washington11101004Virginia Tech20100104Oklahoma State01020104Miami, Fla.20001104Northwestern20001104Texas A&M00130004Iowa00102104Duke00012104South Carolina10100204Cincinnati00011024Florida State01020003UCLA00100203Wisconsin00001203Houston10000113North Dakota State11000002Syracuse00200002Purdue01010002Louisville01010002Northern Iowa00110002SMU00110002Ole Miss01010002TCU01001002Western Michigan01001002Illinois00101002Boise State00011002Boston College00100102Arizona00000202Oregon State00100012Tulane00010012Texas Tech00010012Nebraska00001012Georgia Tech00000112Mississippi State00000022Minnesota10000001Tulsa10000001Vanderbilt01000001Wake Forest01000001N.C. State00100001Louisiana Tech00100001Minnesota00100001Tennessee00100001Buffalo00100001Auburn00102101Wisconsin-Whitewater00100001San Diego State00010001Iowa State00010001UAB00010001Cal00010001North Texas00010001Central Arkansas00010001Marshall00010001East Carolina00010001Memphis00001001West

Virginia00001001Miami, Ohio00001001Indiana00001001Central Missouri00001001Appalachian State00001001Arizona State00000101Coastal Carolina00000101Louisiana00000101Colorado00000101Arkansas00000101Charleston00000011Umass00000011Maryland00000011Kansas State00000011Baylor00000011Concordia St. Paul00000011South Alabama00000011

NFL Draft picks by conferenceCONF1234567TOTALSEC121078716565Big Ten7492105643ACC659659242Pac-12335459130Big 12042642422AAC212522519IND133120414FCS11120016MAC01102004C-USA00130004Sun Belt00001214Division III00100023MWC00021003Division II00001001

How many Alabama players got drafted?

    Jaylen Waddle, WR, Dolphins (No. 6 overall)Patrick Surtain II, CB, Broncos (No. 9 overall)DeVonta Smith, WR, Eagles (No. 10 overall)Mac Jones, QB, Patriots (No. 15 overall)Alex Leatherwood, OT, Raiders (No. 17 overall)Najee Harris, RB, Steelers (No. 24 overall)Landon Dickerson, C, Eagles (No. 37 overall) Christian Barmore, DT, Patriots (No. 38 overall) Deonte Brown, G, Panthers (No. 194 overall) Thomas Fletcher, LS, Panthers (No. 222 overall) 

How many Ohio State players got drafted?

    Justin Fields, QB, Bears (No. 11 overall)Pete Wener, LB, Saints (No. 60 overall) Josh Myers, C, Packers (No. 62 overall) Wyatt Davis, G, Vikings (No. 86 overall) Trey Sermon, RB, 49ers (No. 88 overall) Baron Browning, LB, Broncos (No. 105 overall) Tommy Togiai, DT, Browns (No. 132 overall) Luke Farrell, TE, Jaguars (No. 145 overall) Shaun Wade, CB, Ravens (No. 160 overall) Jonathon Cooper, DE, Broncos (No. 239 overall)