Found April 18, 2012 on The Football Fan Spot:
Average total drafted in last 5 years: 17.81. Mark Barron (Alabama) Top 202. Harrison Smith (Notre Dame) 1-23. Brandon Taylor (LSU) 2-34. Antonio Allen (South Carolina) 35. George Iloka (Boise State) 3-46. Markelle Martin (Oklahoma State) 3-47. Christian Thompson (South Carolina State) 4-58. Trent Robinson (Michigan State) 5-69. Aaron Henry (Wisconsin) 5-610. Janzen Jackson (McNeese State) 5-611. Phillip Thomas (Syracuse) 5-612. Tavon Wilson (Illinois) 5-613. Brandon Hardin (Oregon State) 6-714. Kelcie McCray (Arkansas State) 6-715. Duke Ihenacho (San Jose State) 6-716. Eddie Pleasant (Oregon) 6-717. DJ Campbell (California) 7-U18. Tramian Thomas (Arkansas) 7-U19. Charles Mitchell (Mississippi State) 7-U20. Sean Richardson (Vanderbilt) 7-U21. Winston Guy (Kentucky) 7-U22. Jordan Bernstine (Iowa) 7-U 
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