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Poll: What school will have the most players picked in 2011 NFL Draft?

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Having the most players drafted is something college football teams can use to greatly help recruiting.

Last season, the Florida Gators had the most players selected in the NFL Draft with nine. It's highly unlikely the Gators will have that many players drafted this year.

It looks like the frontrunner to have the most players is Auburn. A strong case could also be made for Southern California. In addition, Alabama, Clemson, Iowa, Miami, North Carolina, South Carolina, Stanford and TCU should also finish near the top in most players drafted.

But who do you think will have the most picked? Place a vote and after the jump, see a quick list of who I think will should drafted from each of the teams mentioned.

Of course, I'm sure there will be some players from these schools that weren't included. It's also possible some of these guys won't even be drafted. But right now, I expect them to.

Mark Ingram, Marcell Dareus, Julio Jones, Preston Dial, Greg McElroy, James Carpenter, Luther Davis

Darvin Adams, Mike Blanc, Wes Byrum, Josh Bynes, Zac Etheridge, Nick Fairley, Mario Fannin, Cam Newton, Ryan Pugh, Lee Ziemba

Da'Quan Bowers, Marcus Gilchrist, Chris Hairston, Jamie Harper, Jarvis Jenkins, DeAndre McDaniel

Christian Ballard, Adrian Clayborn, Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, Karl Klug, Tyler Sash, Ricky Stanzi

Allen Bailey, Graig Cooper, Orlando Franklin, Leonard Hankerson, Brandon Harris, Ryan Hill, Colin McCarthy

North Carolina
Marvin Austin, Bruce Carter, Greg Little, Robert Quinn, Quan Sturdivant, Deunta Williams

South Carolina
Ladi Ajiboye, Chris Culliver, Tori Gurley, Jarriel King, Cliff Matthews, Weslye Saunders,

Southern California
Allen Bradford, Jordan Cameron, Jurrell Casey, Stanley Havili, Ronald Johnson, Kris O'Dowd, Tyron Smith, Shareece Wright

Chase Beeler, Sione Fua, Derek Hall, Thomas Keiser, Owen Marecic, Richard Sherman, Ryan Whalen

Marcus Cannon, Wayne Daniels, Andy Dalton, Tejay Johnson, Jeremy Kerley, Jake Kirkpatrick

Florida Gators in the 2010 NFL Draft:
CB Joe Haden, Cleveland Browns – 1st Round, 7th Overall
C Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh Steelers – 1st Round, 18th Overall
QB Tim Tebow, Denver Broncos – 1st Round, 25th Overall
DE Jermaine Cunningham, New England Patriots – 2nd Round, 53rd Overall
DE Carlos Dunlap, Cincinnati Bengals – 2nd Round, 54th Overall
LB Brandon Spikes, New England Patriots – 2nd Round, 62nd Overall
S Major Wright, Chicago Bears – 3rd Round, 75th Overall
TE Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots – 4th Round, 113th Overall
WR Riley Cooper, Philadelphia Eagles – 5th Round, 159th Overall

* The SEC had 49 players taken in the 2010 NFL Draft, the most of any conference in the nation.
* Alabama, Oklahoma and Southern California each had seven players drafted last year.