The 2021 NFL Draft is just around the corner — the event is set to begin on Thursday, April 29, and end on Saturday, May 1 — with a full crowd, players and teams in attendance live from Cleveland.

As has become an annual tradition, the Southeastern Conference looks poised to dominate the event once again.

But you don’t have to take our word for it, just check out the latest mock draft from NFL Media’s Daniel Jeremiah. The NFL Draft expert recently shared his updated mock draft and it has 12 SEC players being selected in the first round.

One note to point out, Jeremiah shared that his updated mock “is a projection of where I believe players will go, not necessarily a reflection of my opinion as to where the players should go.”

Here are the first-round projections from the SEC that Jeremiah has in his updated mock draft:

#3 San Francisco 49ers – QB, Mac Jones, Alabama

#5 Cincinnati Bengals – TE, Kyle Pitts, Florida

#6 Miami Dolphins – WR, Ja’Marr Chase, LSU

#11 New York Giants – WR, DeVonta Smith, Alabama

#12 Philadelphia Eagles – CB, Patrick Surtain II, Alabama

#13 Los Angeles Chargers – CB, Jaycee Horn, South Carolina

#16 Arizona Cardinals – WR, Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

#23 New York Jets – OLB, Azeez Ojulari, Georgia

#26 Cleveland Browns – OLB, Jamin Davis, Kentucky

#29 Green Bay Packers – OL, Landon Dickerson, Alabama

#31 Kansas City Chiefs – CB, Kelvin Joseph, Kentucky

#32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – WR, Elijah Moore, Ole Miss