There have been a lot of draft announcements going around in the SEC football world lately. That’s because the 2020 season didn’t count as a year of eligibility, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus, would-be seniors have the option of coming back for 2021. Some have taken that extra year, while others will continue with their plans to turn pro.

But, there are still a bunch of SEC underclassmen who are entering the 2021 NFL Draft early. The deadline to declare for the draft is Monday night, so we’re down to the wire.

Per the NFL.com draft tracker, 29 SEC underclassmen will enter the 2021 NFL Draft as things stand right now:

Alabama

  • Christian Barmore, DL
  • Mac Jones, QB
  • Patrick Surtain II, CB
  • Jaylen Waddle, WR

Auburn

  • Anthony Schwartz, WR
  • Jamien Sherwood, S
  • Seth Williams, WR

Florida

  • Evan McPherson, K
  • Kyle Pitts, TE
  • Marco Wilson, CB

Georgia

  • Tyson Campbell, CB
  • Trey Hill, OL
  • Azeez Ojulari, LB
  • Eric Stokes, CB

Kentucky

  • Jamin Davis, LB
  • Kelvin Joseph, CB

LSU

  • Ja’Marr Chase, WR
  • Terrace Marshall Jr., WR
  • Tyler Shelvin, DT

Ole Miss

  • Elijah Moore, WR

Mississippi State

  • Marcus Murphy, S

Mizzou

  • Nick Bolton, LB
  • Larry Borom, OL

South Carolina

  • Jaycee Horn, CB
  • Ernest Jones, LB
  • Israel Mukuamu, CB

Tennessee

  • Bryce Thompson, CB

Texas A&M

  • Bobby Brown III, DL
  • Anthony Hines, LB