Published May 12, 2011 - 6:05am
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Former SEC players are all over the NFL. If you don’t believe it, just turn on the freaking TV!
Anyway, as good as the SEC is, there were some players that were snubbed by the NFL Draft this year in 2011.
Darvin Adams, WR, Auburn
Adams caught 112 passes for 1,960 yards and 17 touchdowns this past season, and he was snubbed by the NFL. He will be on a team come fall.
Chas Henry, P, Florida
The Ray Guy award winner Henry did not see his name called on draft day. The guy was money throughout his career at Florida.
Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky
Locke was a sprinter in pads in Lexington, and he rushed for 2,618 yards and 22 touchdowns during his career.
Terrence Toliver, WR, LSU
Toliver caught 126 passes for 1,820 yards and 12 touchdowns during his career at LSU. He was a total draft snub. I thought Toliver would have been taken.
Ladi Ajiboye, DT, South Carolina
Aside from having the best name in the SEC over the last couple years, Ajiboye also had back-to-back 40-plus tackle seasons in Columbia.
Chris Walker, DE, Tennessee
Walker made headlines before he came to Tennessee for running his mouth about Tim Tebow. Now, he is making headlines for not even being drafted despite 87 total tackles and nine sacks during his career.
Nick Reveiz, LB, Tennessee
Reveiz was the heart and soul for the Tennessee Vols over his career. In 2010 alone, Reveiz had 108 total tackles. Someone needs to give this guy a shot. He’s been an overachiever his entire career.