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4-8, 7th in SEC - East

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The SEC had 12 players taken in the first round Thursday night -- including nine from the West division alone -- tied for the most by any conference in the common draft era. The SEC has produced the most first-round picks in six of the past seven drafts.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

The SEC had 12 players drafted in this year's NFL Draft. That ties the record by a conference (ACC - 2006, SEC - 2013). Alabama led the conference with four picks, while LSU was second with three. The SEC has now hit double-digit draft numbers in the first round six times since 2005

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins GM Chris Grier said the Dolphins received two trade offers for the No. 22 pick but like Charles Harris enough to turn in their card.

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

That's another SEC player off the board as Missouri DE Charles Harris goes 22nd to Miami. Another spring riser, Harris is an excellent pass-rusher (16 sacks the last two seasons) and he can drop back in coverage when needed

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins select Missouri defensive end Charles Harris at No. 22. Harris will add depth to an aging defensive end rotation that includes veterans Cameron Wake, Andre Branch and William Hayes. Miami had an interesting prospect available in former Alabama LB Reuben Foster on the board but decided to pass, likely due to character and injury concerns. That will be a decision worth visiting down the road.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

While there are five ESPN 300 recruits from the Show Me State, there are five others that are also highly coveted and could eventually climb into the national rankings. This deep talent pool creates a real opportunity for Missouri coach Barry Odom to recapture some momentum for his program, and all signs point toward the Tigers doing well with a number of these elite prospects.

Jeremy Crabtree RecruitingNation 

In the 2015 class three players from Missouri cracked the ESPN 300, but there has never been five players to make the list. That changed Thursday when five prospects from the Show Me State made the initial list for the 2018 class. Fast-rising linebacker Ayodele Adeoye is the No. 43 player overall, and he's joined by receiver Kamryn Babb (78), defensive tackle Michael Thompson (109), defensive end Ronnie Perkins (137) and cornerback Mario Goodrich (146). Adeoye, Babb, Thompson and Perkins are all from St. Louis, while Goodrich is from Kansas City.