NFL Draft rewind: Florida has put 26 players in the NFL over last five years

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The NFL Draft is just around the corner on May 8th. SDS will take you around the SEC to look at every team and just how many players they have put into the league over the last five years.

Florida is one of those programs that will always put players in the NFL, especially with such a fertile recruiting base and prolific program. The Gators have several players who will be drafted in 2014, and headlining them all is Dominique Easley, who tore his ACL this past season.

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Florida put eight players in the NFL Draft last year, one less than their prolific draft class in 2010, which included Tim Tebow and Joe Haden:

Florida has put 26 players in the NFL over the last five years:

2013 (8)

Sharrif Floyd, Minnesota (1st round)
Matt Elam, Baltimore (1st round)
Jon Bostic, Chicago (2nd round)
Jordan Reed, Washington (3rd round)
Jelani Jenkins, Miami (4th round)
Mike Gillislee, Miami (5th round)
Caleb Sturgis, Miami (5th round)
Josh Evans, Jacksonville (6th round)

2012 (2)

Jaye Howard, Seattle (4th round)
Chris Rainey, Pittsburgh (5th round)

2011 (4)

Mike Pouncey, Miami (1st round)
Marcus Gilbert, Pittsburgh (2nd round)
Ahmad Black, Tampa Bay (5th round)
Maurice Hurt, Washington (7th round)

2010 (9)

Joe Haden, Cleveland (1st round)
Maurkice Pouncey, Pittsburgh (1st round)
Tim Tebow, Denver (1st round)
Jermaine Cunningham, New England (2nd round)
Carlos Dunlap, Cincinnati (2nd round)
Brandon Spikes, New England (2nd round)
Major Wright, Chicago (3rd round)
Aaron Hernandez, New England (4th round)
Riley Cooper, Philadelphia (5th round)

2009 (3)

Percy Harvin, Minnesota (1st round)
Louis Murphy, Oakland (4th round)
Cornelius Ingram, Philadelphia (5th round)

Here is every player drafted from all 14 teams over the last five years:

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