LSU offensive tackle and formerly projected first-round pick La’el Collins may have the worst timing in America right now. He was sought out for questioning following the murder of a 29-year-old pregnant woman in Louisiana whom Collins knew. Police have maintained Collins is not a suspect, but it hasn’t been enough to sway teams back in ms favor.

Collins went undrafted through the first three rounds of the draft, and said before the start of Night 2 on Friday that if he went unclaimed he would not sign with a team this year and would reenter the draft in 2016.

We now have a chance to see whether Collins will follow through on that statement as he remains on the board with the draft heading to the fourth round and its third and final day.

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Now, on to the players who were drafted on Friday night. The SEC had nine selections in the second round to begin the night. Then, after seeing only two players go off the board in the first 22 picks of the third round, they saw four more players get selected in the final 13 picks of the round.

Here are the players who were selected:

  • No. 67 A.J. Cann, G, South Carolina (Jacksonville Jaguars)
  • No. 76 Chris Conley, WR, Georgia (Kansas City Chiefs)
  • No. 87 Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • No. 88 Danielle Hunter, DE, LSU (Minnesota Vikings)
  • No. 91 Chaz Green, OT, Florida (Dallas Cowboys)
  • No. 95 Matt Jones, RB, Florida (Washington Redskins)

SEC West Coast bias: The SEC led the way with nine second-round picks, but it fell back behind the Pac 12 with only six third-round picks; the Pac 12 logged 10 third-round selections, more than any other conference. The Pac 12 just had 16 players drafted between the second and third rounds Friday night, one more than the 15 the SEC sent on to the pros. Through the draft’s first three rounds and 99 picks, the Pac 12 leads the way with 25 selections while the SEC claims only 22. The Big 12 had the fewest selections among the power conferences in each of the first three rounds, placing only seven players into the NFL the first two nights of the draft.

Here’s the breakdown:

Round 3 picks

  • Pac 12 (10)
  • ACC (7)
  • SEC (6)
  • Big Ten (4)
  • Big 12 (4)
  • Conference USA (1)
  • Missouri Valley (1)
  • Mountain West (1)
  • Sun Belt (1)

Night 2 picks

  • Pac 12 (16)
  • SEC (15)
  • Big Ten (12)
  • ACC (11)
  • Big 12 (5)
  • Mountain West (2)
  • Conference USA (1)
  • MAC (1)
  • Missouri Valley (1)
  • Sun Belt (1)
  • FCS Southern Conference (1)
  • Division III (1)

Picks through first three rounds

  • Pac 12 (25)
  • SEC (22)
  • ACC (20)
  • Big Ten (15)
  • Big 12 (7)
  • AAC (2)
  • Mountain West (2)
  • Conference USA (1)
  • MAC (1)
  • Missouri Valley (1)
  • Sun Belt (1)
  • FCS Southern Conference (1)
  • Division III (1)

Still not many quarterbacks: Only two quarterbacks were taken in the third round (two more than the second round and the first two since Marcus Mariota at No. 2), and although neither hailed from the SEC, one had strong SEC ties. Garrett Grayson, the Colorado State quarterback to break the quarterback drought at pick No. 75 (New Orleans), was Jim McElwain’s quarterback at CSU a year ago. He’s also the highest quarterback drafted by the Saints since SEC legend Archie Manning in 1971.

Closing strong: The SEC claimed four of the final 13 picks of the night, including a pair of Gators in Chaz Green and Matt Jones. The conference had only claimed two draftees from pick No. 59 in the second round until Sammie Coates was selected at No. 87.

Welcome back, running backs: After Todd Gurley rose to the top 10 and two tailbacks rose into the top 15 overall, the SEC claimed a tailback draftee in each of the draft’s first three rounds. In the second round it was Alabama’s T.J. Yeldon, and in the third round it was Jones. On Day 3, a number of SEC tailbacks will likely be taken, including Mike Davis and Josh Robinson.

Nearly all represented: Only three SEC schools went unrepresented in the draft’s first three rounds: Arkansas, Tennessee (which has had a draft representation streak dating back more than 50 years) and Vanderbilt.

Here’s a breakdown of picks by team in the SEC (again, there were 22 total picks):

  • Florida (4)
  • Missouri (4)
  • Alabama (3)
  • Georgia (2)
  • LSU (2)
  • Mississippi State (2)
  • Auburn (1)
  • Kentucky (1)
  • Ole Miss (1)
  • South Carolina (1)
  • Texas A&M (1)
  • Arkansas (0)
  • Tennessee (0)
  • Vanderbilt (0)

Best left for Day 3: A number of touted SEC prospects remain on the board as the draft shifts to its third and final day, its final four rounds and its final 157 picks. Here are some names to watch for on Day 3, especially in the fourth round, along with their ranking on’s draft board.

  • La’el Collins, OT, LSU (No. 15)
  • Za’Darius Smith, DE, Kentucky (No. 90)
  • Jarvis Harrison, G, Texas A&M (No. 99)
  • Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina (No. 104)
  • Kwon Alexander, LB, LSU (No. 105)
  • Reese Dismukes, C, Auburn (No. 106)
  • Arie Kouandjio, G, Alabama (N0. 108)
  • Ramik Wilson, LB, Georgia (No. 110)
  • Max Garcia, C, Florida (No. 113)
  • Corey Robinson, OL, South Carolina (No. 126)
  • A.J. Derby, TE, Arkansas (No. 129)