Over the last three days of the NFL Draft, many former SEC players saw their dreams become reality, and now, they all have a little bit more money in their pockets, too.

The SEC had the most draft picks of any conference (once again), and Alabama finished with the most players drafted (12). The Crimson Tide also set a new SEC and school record with at least 11 drafted players.

Kentucky, however, had no players drafted, the lone SEC team in that category.

All total, 53 former SEC players were picked this weekend, and every one of them are below:

Alabama Crimson Tide (12)
Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Miami Dolphins, Round 1, No. 11
Da’Ron Payne, DT, Washington Redskins, Round 1, No. 13
Rashaan Evans, LB, Tennessee Titans, Round 1, No. 22
Calvin Ridley, WR, Atlanta Falcons, Round 1, No. 26
Ronnie Harrison, DB, Jacksonville Jaguars, Round 3, No. 29
Da’Shawn Hand, DE, Detroit Lions, Round 4, No. 14
Anthony Averett, CB, Baltimore Ravens, Round 4, No. 18
JK Scott, P, Green Bay Packers, Round 5, No. 35
Shaun Dion Hamilton, LB, Washington Redskins, Round 6, No. 23
Bradley Bozeman, C, Baltimore Ravens, Round 6, No. 41
Bo Scarbrough, RB, Dallas Cowboys, Round 7, No. 18
Joshua Frazier, DT, Pittsburgh Steelers, Round 7, No. 28

Arkansas Razorbacks (2)
Frank Ragnow, OL, Detroit Lions, Round 1, No. 20
David Williams, RB, Denver Broncos, Round 7, No. 8

Auburn Tigers (4)
Braden Smith, OL, Indianapolis Colts, Round 2, No. 5
Kerryon Johnson, RB, Detroit Lions, Round 2, No. 11
Carlton Davis, CB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Round 2, No. 31
Daniel Carlson, P, Minnesota Vikings, Round 5, No. 30

Florida Gators (5)
Taven Bryan, DT, Jacksonville Jaguars, Round 1, Pick No. 29
Duke Dawson, DB, New England Patriots, Round 2, No. 24
Antonio Callaway, WR, Cleveland Browns, Round 4, No. 5
Johnny Townsend, P, Oakland Raiders, Round 5, No. 36
Marcell Harris, S, San Francisco 49ers, Round 6, No. 10

Georgia Bulldogs (6)
Roquan Smith, LB, Chicago Bears, Round 1, No. 8
Isaiah Wynn, OL, New England Patriots, Round 1, No. 23
Sony Michel, RB, New England Patriots, Round 1, No. 31
Nick Chubb, RB, Cleveland Browns, Round 2, No. 3
Lorenzo Carter, RUSH, New York Giants, Round 3, No. 2
Javon Wims, WR, Chicago Bears, Round 7, No. 6

LSU Tigers (7)
Donte Jackson, CB, Carolina Panthers, Round 2, No. 23
Derrius Guice, RB, Washington Redskins, Round 2, No. 27
DJ Chark, WR, Jacksonville Jaguars, Round 2, No. 29
Arden Key, RUSH, Oakland Raiders, Round 3, No. 23
Russell Gage, WR, Atlanta Falcons, Round 6, No. 20
Danny Etling, QB, New England Patriots, Round 7, No. 1
Will Clapp, OL, New Orleans Saints, Round 7, No. 27

Ole Miss Rebels (4)
Breeland Speaks, DT, Kansas City Chiefs, Round 2, No. 14
Marquis Haynes, RUSH, Carolina Panthers, Round 4, No. 36
Jordan Wilkins, RB, Indianapolis Colts, Round 5, No. 32
Rod Taylor, OG, Cincinnati Bengals, Round 7, No. 34

Mississippi State Bulldogs (4)
Martinas Rankin, OL, Houston Texans, Round 3, No. 16
Jordan Thomas, TE, Houston Texans, Round 6, No. 37
Hunter Bradley, LS, Green Bay Packers, Round 7, No. 21
Logan Cooke, P, Jacksonville Jaguars, Round 7, No. 29

Missouri Tigers (1)
J’Mon Moore, WR, Green Bay Packers, Round 4, No. 33

South Carolina Gamecocks (1)
Hayden Hurst, TE, Baltimore Ravens, Round 1, No. 25

Tennessee Volunteers (3)
Rashaan Gaulden, DB, Carolina Panthers, Round 3, No. 21
John Kelly, RB, Los Angeles Rams, Round 6, No. 2
Kahlil McKenzie, DT, Kansas City Chiefs, Round 6, No. 24

Texas A&M Aggies (3)
Christian Kirk, WR, Arizona Cardinals, Round 2, No. 15
Armani Watts, DB, Kansas City Chiefs, Round 4, No. 24
Damion Ratley, WR, Cleveland Browns, Round 6, No. 1

Vanderbilt Commodores (1)
Oren Burks, LB, Green Bay Packers, Round 3, No. 24