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Old 03-13-2017, 09:47 AM  
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Dorsey and the SEC

I came across an interesting stat the other day. Dorsey has taken an SEC player in 11 of his 32 picks as GM of the Chiefs. Just something to consider when doing your mocks. I didn't realize he was that SEC heavy.
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Old 03-13-2017, 10:30 AM   #2
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I came across an interesting stat the other day. Dorsey has taken an SEC player in 11 of his 32 picks as GM of the Chiefs. Just something to consider when doing your mocks. I didn't realize he was that SEC heavy.
I'd like to see the stats on all draftees. What percentage total are from the SEC (for a point of reference)... I'm not willing to compile it myself, waaaay too lazy today.
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Old 03-13-2017, 12:56 PM   #3
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SEC is always highest with about 20% of selections from that conference. Dorsey is a bit on the high side at 34%. His next highest is the PAC-12 with nearly 16% of his picks (5) going to that conference. He's all over the map though overall.

Here's the 11 SEC selections...

3. Knile Davis - RB - Arkansas (SEC)
4. Nico Johnson - LB - Alabama (SEC)
5. Sanders Commings - CB - Georgia (SEC)
1. Dee Ford - DE - Auburn (SEC)
5. Aaron Murray - QB - Georgia (SEC)
6. Zach Fulton - OG - Tennessee (SEC)
2. Mitch Morse - OG - Missouri (SEC)
3. Chris Conley - WR - Georgia (SEC)
4. Ramik Wilson - ILB - Georgia (SEC)
2. Chris Jones - DT - Mississippi State (SEC)
4. Demarcus Robinson - WR - Florida (SEC)
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Old 03-13-2017, 01:09 PM   #4
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Love Jones but the rest of the list isn't exactly exciting kccrow.
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Old 03-26-2017, 10:42 AM   #5
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Old 03-26-2017, 03:05 PM   #6
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The SEC dominates high school recruiting. I crunched the numbers a few years back and found the SEC, ...for a few years straight...landed 40-45% of the Top 100 recruits.

I don't know if there's been a shift recently but doubt it's been significant. Naturally that sort of dominance in recruiting leads to many of those same players being coveted in the draft as well
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Old 03-26-2017, 03:11 PM   #7
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SEC is always highest with about 20% of selections from that conference. Dorsey is a bit on the high side at 34%. His next highest is the PAC-12 with nearly 16% of his picks (5) going to that conference. He's all over the map though overall.

Here's the 11 SEC selections...

3. Knile Davis - RB - Arkansas (SEC)
4. Nico Johnson - LB - Alabama (SEC)
5. Sanders Commings - CB - Georgia (SEC)
1. Dee Ford - DE - Auburn (SEC)
5. Aaron Murray - QB - Georgia (SEC)
6. Zach Fulton - OG - Tennessee (SEC)
2. Mitch Morse - OG - Missouri (SEC)
3. Chris Conley - WR - Georgia (SEC)
4. Ramik Wilson - ILB - Georgia (SEC)
2. Chris Jones - DT - Mississippi State (SEC)
4. Demarcus Robinson - WR - Florida (SEC)
That's a little on the crap side
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Old 03-26-2017, 03:17 PM   #8
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SEC is always highest with about 20% of selections from that conference. Dorsey is a bit on the high side at 34%. His next highest is the PAC-12 with nearly 16% of his picks (5) going to that conference. He's all over the map though overall.

Here's the 11 SEC selections...

3. Knile Davis - RB - Arkansas (SEC)
4. Nico Johnson - LB - Alabama (SEC)
5. Sanders Commings - CB - Georgia (SEC)
1. Dee Ford - DE - Auburn (SEC)
5. Aaron Murray - QB - Georgia (SEC)
6. Zach Fulton - OG - Tennessee (SEC)
2. Mitch Morse - OG - Missouri (SEC)
3. Chris Conley - WR - Georgia (SEC)
4. Ramik Wilson - ILB - Georgia (SEC)
2. Chris Jones - DT - Mississippi State (SEC)
4. Demarcus Robinson - WR - Florida (SEC)
surprising how crappy that is considering it's the leading conference

Jones is the only stud
Morse is good
Conley is ok
rest are pretty blah
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Old 03-26-2017, 03:37 PM   #9
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surprising how crappy that is considering it's the leading conference

Jones is the only stud
Morse is good
Conley is ok
rest are pretty blah
Ford would have to be at least okay as well, with Stud as a possibility. He was leading the league in sacks for a while last year ya know. He fell off when Houston returned, but I think that his arrow is definitely pointing up.
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Old 03-26-2017, 04:00 PM   #10
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Ford would have to be at least okay as well, with Stud as a possibility. He was leading the league in sacks for a while last year ya know. He fell off when Houston returned, but I think that his arrow is definitely pointing up.
and then ford disappeared

We still just don't know what we have in Ford.
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Ford got a sack taken off the board vs Denver bc of a stupid penalty in the secondary. He was also the only player on the team to get a sack in the playoff game.

He's established himself to be a good player IMO.
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