Todd McShay of ESPN's Scouts Inc. has six SEC players going in the first round of the 2010 NFL draft.
According to McShay, Tennessee safety Eric Berry will be the first SEC player taken, going No. 3 to the Cleveland Browns.
He has Florida defensive end Carlos Dunlap going No. 10 to the Denver Broncos, Florida cornerback Joe Haden going No. 12 to the San Francisco 49ers, Alabama linebacker Rolando McClain going No. 15 to the Tennessee Titans, Florida linebacker Brandon Spikes going No. 19 to the New York Giants and Tennessee defensive tackle Dan Williams going No. 32 to the New Orleans Saints.
The top overall pick in the draft, according to McShay, will be Washington quarterback Jake Locker.