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  1. Newton poised to be drafted No. 1?

    Chris Low

    Both ESPN draft analysts, Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, have Auburn quarterback Cam Newton going No. 1 overall to the Carolina Panthers in their latest mock NFL drafts this week. Six SEC players will go among the top 10 picks, according to both Kiper...

    Blog | April 08, 2011
  2. Cobb cracks McShay's latest mock draft

    Chris Low

    ESPN analyst Todd McShay has former Kentucky receiver Randall Cobb going in the first round of McShay's latest mock NFL draft. McShay predicts that Cobb, who scored touchdowns last season passing, rushing, receiving and on a punt return, will go N...

    Blog | February 10, 2011
  3. McShay's mock draft also SEC-heavy

    Chris Low

    We tossed out Mel Kiper's latest mock NFL draft on Wednesday, and he had Auburn defensive tackle Nick Fairley, LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson and Alabama defensive end Marcell Dareus going as the top three picks in the draft. Todd McShay has unve...

    Blog | January 20, 2011
  4. Top three picks in the draft SEC players?

    Chris Low

    ESPN analyst Mel Kiper agreed recently when I passed along to him my belief that we saw perhaps the most talented crop of underclassmen in SEC history this season. Kiper's latest mock NFL draft is further proof just how talented the SEC was in 20...

    Blog | January 19, 2011
  5. SEC projected to have 12 first-rounders

    Chris Low

    As ESPN.com colleague Todd McShay points out, it's never too early for a mock draft. Based on what he's seen this season, McShay takes an early stab at how the 2011 draft might shake out and has 12 SEC players in his first round. This past year, ...

    Blog | November 10, 2010
  6. Looking back at the decade in the SEC

    Chris Low

    The last decade in the SEC was wrought with sweeping change just about everywhere you looked and the kind of on-the-field dominance that made everybody else around the college football landscape envious. Five times over the past 10 years, an SEC t...

    Blog | January 18, 2010