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SEC leads with most underclassmen leaving; Florida State loses 5

There are 76 total underclassmen that are declaring early for the 2015 NFL Draft with 10 early graduates.

@nfldraftscout: NFL announces 76 underclassmen entered 2015 NFL draft plus 10 early graduates (juniors with a degree). Down from 98/4 last year.

The SEC took the biggest loss. SEC underclassmen that have declared for NFL draft (21):

Florida

Dante Fowler Jr., defensive end

D.J. Humphries, offensive tackle

Matt Jones, running back

Tyler Moore, offensive lineman

Alabama

Landon Collins, safety

Amari Cooper, wide receiver

T.J. Yeldon, running back

LSU

Kwon Alexander, linebacker

Jalen Collins, cornerback

Danielle Hunter, defensive end

Mississippi State

Benardrick McKinney, linebacker

Josh Robinson, running back

Auburn

Sammie Coates, wide receiver

Patrick Miller, offensive lineman

South Carolina

Mike Davis, running back

Shaq Roland, wide receiver

Arkansas

Darius Philon, defensive tackle

Missouri

Shane Ray, defensive end

Texas A&M
Trey Williams, running back

Georgia
Todd Gurley, running back

Kentucky

Braylon Heard, running back

Other underclassmen that declared for the draft (55):

Florida State lost the most with 5 leaving for the pros.

Florida State

Ronald Darby, cornerback

Mario Edwards Jr., defensive end

Eddie Goldman, defensive tackle

P.J. Williams, cornerback

Jameis Winston, quarterback

USC

Nelson Agholor, wide receiver

Javorius Buck Allen, running back

George Farmer, wide receiver

Leonard Williams, defensive lineman

Penn State

Deion Barnes, defensive end

Jesse James, tight end

Donovan Smith, offensive tackle

Oregon

Arik Armstead, defensive lineman

Marcus Mariota, quarterback

Stanford

Alex Carter, cornerback

Andrus Peat, offensive tackle

Miami

Ereck Flowers, offensive tackle

Duke Johnson, running back

UCF
Jacoby Glenn, cornerback

Breshad Perriman, wide receiver

Oklahoma

Dorial Green-Beckham, wide receiver

Jordan Phillips, defensive tackle

Virginia

Eli Harold, defensive end

Max Valles, defensive end

Louisville

Gerod Holliman, safety

James Sample, safety

UCLA

Brett Hundley, quarterback

Ellis McCarthy, defensive lineman

Washington

Marcus Peters, cornerback

Shaq Thompson, linebacker

TCU

Chris Hackett, safety

B.J. Catalon, running back

Boise State

Jay Ajayi, running back

Texas

Malcom Brown, defensive tackle

Indiana

Tevin Coleman, running back

Washington State

Xavier Cooper, defensive tackle

Rice

Christian Covington, defensive tackle

Maryland

Stefon Diggs, wide receiver

Tulane

Lorenzo Doss, cornerback

Syracuse

Durell Eskridge, safety

Michigan

Devin Funchess, wide receiver/tight end

Wisconsin

Melvin Gordon, running back

Houston

Deontay Greenberry, wide receiver

Nebraska

Randy Gregory, defensive end

California

Chris Harper, wide receiver

Colorado State

Dee Hart, running back

Kansas

Nigel King, wide receiver

Rutgers

Tyler Kroft, tight end

Clemson

Bradley Pinion, punter

Utah

Jeremiah Poutasi, offensive tackle

Ohio State

Noah Spence, defensive end

UMass
Jean Sifrin, tight end

Arizona State

Jaelen Strong, wide receiver

Michigan State

Trae Waynes, cornerback

Minnesota

Maxx Williams, tight end

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