Kings, again.

The SEC, which won the national championship in January and signing day in February, continued its dominance this weekend in the NFL draft.

RELATED: Complete list of every SEC player picked

For the 10th consecutive year, the SEC had more players drafted than any other conference. The SEC finished with 51 draft picks, three fewer than last year, but still four more than the Big Ten. The Pac-12 finished with 32. No other league reached 30.

This year’s race wasn’t without drama, however. The Big Ten briefly took the lead midway through the draft before the SEC regained controlled in the sixth round.

Big Ten fans found a way to claim one victory over the SEC:

9 consecutive years with top 10 pick

The SEC also extended its streak of producing a top 10 pick to nine consecutive years when Chicago selected Georgia linebacker Leonard Floyd No. 9 overall.

The Big Ten’s streak is two years.

Here’s a look at the first SEC player taken in that stretch:

  • 2016: No. 9 Leonard Floyd, Georgia (Chicago Bears)
  • 2015: No. 4 Amari Cooper, Alabama (Oakland Raiders)
  • 2014: No. 1 Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina (Houston Texans)
  • 2013: No. 2 Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M (Jacksonville Jaguars)
  • 2012: No. 3 Trent Richardson, Alabama (Cleveland Browns)
  • 2011: No. 1 Cam Newton, Auburn (Carolina Panthers)
  • 2010: No. 5 Eric Berry, Tennessee (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • 2009: No. 1 Matthew Stafford, Georgia (Atlanta Falcons)
  • 2008: No. 4 Darren McFadden, Arkansas (OaklandĀ Raiders)
  • 2007: No. 1 JaMarcus Russell, LSU (Oakland Raiders)

SEC draft picks by school

  • Alabama: 7
  • Florida: 7
  • Arkansas: 5
  • Georgia: 5
  • LSU: 5
  • Ole Miss: 5
  • Auburn: 3
  • Mississippi State: 3
  • Missouri: 3
  • South Carolina: 3
  • Texas A&M: 3
  • Kentucky: 1
  • Vanderbilt: 1
  • Tennessee: 0