The 2018 NFL draft finished on Saturday after seven rounds and 256 picks, giving the colleges represented in those picks bragging rights and a key recruiting tool.
The action kicked off on Thursday night with the Cleveland Browns choosing Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield with the first pick. Penn State running back Saquon Barkley went next to the Giants, and USC quarterback Sam Darnold went to the Jets at No. 3.
Ohio State cornerback Denzel Ward went No. 4 to the Browns, and NC State defensive lineman Bradley Chubb rounded out the top five, heading to the Broncos.
Fast forward to Saturday, and the Redskins chose SMU's Trey Quinn as 2018's "Mr. Irrelevant." So who led the race to have the most players drafted this weekend?
Alabama had the most players picked, setting a new school and SEC record with 12 draftees from the squad that beat Georgia in overtime of the national championship game. Some of their notable players drafted included defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick to the Dolphins (No. 11), defensive lineman Da'Ron Payne to the Redskins (No. 13), linebacker Rashaan Evans to the Titans (No. 22) and wide receiver Calvin Ridley to the Falcons (No. 26).
NC State, Ohio State and LSU tied at second with seven players apiece chosen from their programs.
Penn State, Georgia, Florida State and Miami had six players drafted from each of their schools.
The SEC led the list of conferences with the most picks at 53—the 11th consecutive year the conference has set the pace in the draft—while the ACC wasn't far behind with 45.