It’s not just football that the Southeastern Conference dominates as the league had more first-round selections in the 2021 NBA Draft than any other conference.

The SEC led the way with seven total selections in the first round of the latest NBA selection process, including two players from Tennessee.

In total, 12 players from the SEC were drafted last night.

Here is a recap of every SEC selection in the 2021 NBA Draft:

Round 1

#12 overall, Joshua Primo SG, Alabama – San Antonio Spurs

#14 overall, Moses Moody SG, Arkansas – Golden State Warriors

#18 overall, Tre Mann PG, Florida – Oklahoma City Thunder

#21 overall, Keon Johnson SG, Tennessee – New York Knicks

#22 overall, Isaiah Jackson PF, Kentucky – Los Angeles Lakers

#27 overall, Cameron Thomas SG, LSU – Brooklyn Nets

#28 overall, Jaden Springer PG, Tennessee – Philadelphia 76ers

Round 2

#35 overall, Herbert Jones SF, Alabama – New Orleans Pelicans

#37 overall, JT Thor PF, Auburn – Detroit Pistons

#48 overall, Sharife Cooper PG, Auburn – Atlanta Hawks

#51 overall, Brandon Boston Jr. SG, Kentucky – Memphis Grizzlies

#56 overall, Scottie Lewis SG, Florida – Charlotte Hornets