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List of 2009 SEC Draft Picks

Because it's handy to have them all in one place.


1. Detroit - Matthew Stafford, Georgia

3. Kansas City - Tyson Jackson, LSU

6. Cincinnati - Andre Smith, Alabama

12. Denver - Knowshon Moreno, Georgia

18. Denver - Robert Ayers, Tennessee

22. Minnesota - Percy Harvin, Florida

23. Baltimore - Michael Oher, Ole Miss

24. Atlanta - Peria Jerry, Ole Miss


50. Denver - Mohamed Massaquoi, Georgia

62. Tennessee - Sen'Derrick Marks, Auburn


74. San Francisco - Glen Coffee, Alabama

77. Houston - Antoine Caldwell, Alabama

84. Pittsburgh - Mike Wallace, Ole Miss

86. Minnesota - Asher Allen, Georgia

89. Tennessee - Jared Cook, South Carolina

92. Indianapolis - Jerraud Powers, Auburn

93. Carolina - Corvey Irvin, Georgia

95. Arizona - Rashad Johnson, Alabama


106. Cincinnati - Jonathan Luigs, Arkansas

119. Chicago - D.J. Moore, Vanderbilt

124. Oakland - Louis Murphy, Florida

133. San Diego - Tyronne Green, Auburn


141. Denver - Kenny McKinley, South Carolina

145. Green Bay - Quinn Johnson, LSU

150. Minnesota - Jasper Brinkley, South Carolina

153. Philadelphia - Cornelius Ingram, Florida

162. Green Bay - Jamon Meredith, South Carolina

167. Arizona - Herman Johnson, LSU


182. Green Bay - Jarius Wynn, Georgia

207. New England - Myron Pryor, Kentucky


216. Carolina - Captain Munnerlyn, South Carolina

219. San Francisco - Curtis Taylor, LSU

224. San Diego - Demitrius Byrd, LSU

231. Minnesota - Jamarca Sanford, Ole Miss

238. NY Giants - Stoney Woodson, South Carolina

244. San Francisco - Ricky Jean-Francois, LSU

256. Kansas City - Ryan Succop, South Carolina


Atlanta - John Parker Wilson


Alabama and Florida, last year's two division winners, had just four and three players taken out of pools of eight and seven players mentioned as potential picks by

For comparison, South Carolina had seven players drafted from a pool of 13 and Georgia had six taken from a pool of 13. To give you an idea of how good a player must be to be in one of these pools, colleges like Southwestern Assemblies of God and St. Cloud State were considered to have someone who was a potential pick.

In other words, the two reigning divisional overlords didn't lose that much. If Greg McElroy can nail down the starting quarterbacking role at Bama and Florida can fill in for the two and a half offensive line starters that are gone, we're staring down the barrel of a rematch in Atlanta next December.