The University of Florida (UF) Gators football program was nine in the April NFL Draft. The nine men led by Urban Meyer in Florida before joining the NFL in 2010:
- Joe Haden (cornerback) – The first round of the Cleveland Browns Series 7
- Maurkice Pouncey (in the middle) Selection of the first game from Pittsburgh Steelers with 18th overall scorekti
- Tim Tebow (defender) – Denver Broncos chose the 25th round in the first round of the Denver Broncos
- Jermaine Cunningham (defensive end) Patriots in the second round as the 53th overall player
- Carlos Dunlap (defensive end) – Cincinnati Bengals in the second round with 54th overall qualifier
- Brandon Spikes (linebacker) – New England Patriots Choice 62 in the second round
- Major Wright – the 75th general election of the Chicago Bears in the third round
- Aaron Hernandez (narrow end) – the New England Patriots
- Riley Cooper (Broad Receiver) – Philadelphia Eagles's Choice in the Fifth Round as the 159th General Choice
The nine choices at the University of Florida Gators were more players in their own school took the 2010 NFL Draft to any other university. The next closest figure was seven players from a single school, and this mark was hit by the University of Alabama, the Oklahoma University and the University of Southern California at three places. After the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama at the Southeast Conference (SEC) college the third most players took the 2010 NFL Draft was the LSU Tigers hat.
Five defensive players and four offensive players were selected in seven different national football leagues (NFL). Three Gators football players joined the same team with the New England Patriots. The defensive end is met by Jermaine Cunningham, linebacker Brandon Spikes and Aaron Hernandez, who meet in Boston, Massachusetts's area-based Patriots team.
Undoubtedly Florida midfielder, Urban Meyer, will keep track of the football pitch of all the players in the pro. It is widely understood that both Meyer and UF fans usually pay particular attention to Tim Tebow, the backman at the next level.