Over the last week, NFL.com’s Bucky Brooks has been ranking college football’s top 25 teams with the most NFL talent.

And the SEC dominates the ranking. Are you surprised?

Nine different SEC programs appeared in the ranking, with Alabama on top. The Tide’s uber-talented personnel of Landon Collins, Derrick Henry and Christion Jones, among others, helped the Tide have the most NFL talent in the country. LSU and Georgia both appeared in the top 10, with the Tigers ranked in the top five.

Florida, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Texas A&M and Auburn all were ranked in the top 20, with Mizzou bringing up the rear at No. 21.

During this past NFL Draft, the SEC led the country with 49 players drafted, more than any conference. LSU has been the biggest NFL factory in recent years and led the country with nine players selected. Alabama was right behind the Tigers with eight players drafted. The SEC also led the country with 11 players selected during the first round.

Here’s the ranking with key players pointed out by Brooks for 2014.

1. Alabama Crimson Tide
Notable players: S Landon Collins, WR Christion Jones, RB T.J. Yeldon, RB Derrick Henry, TE O.J. Howard, DL A’Shawn Robinson

5. LSU Tigers
Notable players: OT La’el Collins, CB Tre’Davious White, CB Rashard Robinson, QB Brandon Harris, QB Anthony Jennings

9. Georgia Bulldogs
Notable players: RB Todd Gurley, LB Leonard Floyd, LB Ramik Wilson, WR Malcolm Mitchell

12. Florida Gators
Notable players: LB Dante Fowler, Jr., TE Jake McGee, C Max Garcia, CB Vernon Hargreaves III

13. Ole Miss Rebels
Notable players: DE Robert Nkemdiche, WR LaQuon Treadwell, OT Larenmy Tunsil, QB Bo Wallace, S Cody Prewitt

16. South Carolina Gamecocks
Notable players: RB Mike Davis, OL A.J. Cann, OT Corey Robinson, QB Dylan Thompson, WR Shaq Roland

17. Texas A&M Aggies
Notable players: OT Cedric Ogbuehi, WR Ricky Seals-Jones, WR Speedy Noil

18. Auburn Tigers
Notable players: QB Nick Marshall, WR Sammie Coates, DE Carl Lawson, C Reese Dismukes

21. Missouri Tigers
Notable players: DE Markus Golden, QB Maty Mauk, DE Shane Ray