2017 NFL Draft – Where 4th Round Picks went to High School

2017 NFL Draft

High School Football America is tracking where every pick in the 2017 NFL Draft went to high school. Below are the picks from the fourth round.

2017 NFL Draft – 4th Round Picks

Draft Position – Team – Player – Position – College – High School

#108 Green Bay – Vince Biegel, LB – Wisconsin – Lincoln (Wisconsin)

#109 Minnesota – Jaleel Johnson, DT – Iowa – Montini Catholic (Illinois)

#110 Jacksonville – Dede Westbrook, WR – Oklahoma – Cameron Yoe (Texas)

#111 Seattle – Tedric Thompson, S – Colorado – Valencia (California)

#112 Chicago – Eddie Jackson, S – Alabama – Boyd Anderson (Florida)

#113 LA Chargers – Rayshwan Jenkins, S – Miami (FL) – Admiral Farragut (Florida)

#114 Washington – Samaje Perine, RB – Oklahoma – Hendrickson (Texas)

#115 Arizona – Dorian Johnson, OG – Pittsburgh – Belle Vernon Area (Pennsylvania)

#116 Cincinnati – Carl Lawson, DE – Auburn – Milton (Georgia)

#117 LA Rams – Josh Reynolds, WR – Texas A&M – John Jay (Texas)

#118 Philadelphia – Mack Hollins, WR – North Carolina – Wootton (Maryland)

#119 Chicago – Tarik Cohen, RB – North Carolina A&T – Bunn (North Carolina)

#120 Minnesota – Ben Gedeon, LB – Michigan – Hudson (Ohio)

#121 San Francisco – Joe Williams, RB – Utah – Emmaus (Pennsylvania)

#122 Baltimore – Nico Siragusa, OG – San Diego State – Mater Dei (Chula Vista, California)

#123 Washington – Montae Nicholson, S – Michigan State – Gateway (Pennsylvania)

#124 Detroit – Jalen Reeves-Maybin – LB – Tennessee – Northeast (Tennessee)

#125 LA Rams – Samson Ebukam, LB – Eastern Washington – David Douglas (Oregon)

#126 Cleveland – Howard Wilson, CB – Houston – DeSoto (Texas)

#127 Detroit – Michael Roberts, TE – Toldeo – Benedictine (Ohio)

#128 Cincinnati – Josh Malone, WR – Tennessee – Station Camp (Tennessee)

#129 Oakland – David Sharpe, OG – Florida – Fletcher (Florida)

#130 Houston – Julien Davenport, OT – Bucknell – Paulsboro (New Jersey)

#131 New England – Deatrich Wise, Jr., DE – Arkansas – Hebron (Texas)

#132 Philadelphia – Donnel Pumphrey, RB – San Diego State – Canyon Springs (Nevada)

#133 Dallas – Ryan Switzer, WR – North Carolina – George Washington (West Virginia)

#134 Green Bay – Jamaal Williams, RB – BYU – Summit (California)

#135 Pittsburgh – Joshua Dobbs, QB – Tennessee – Alpharetta (Georgia)

#136 Atlanta – Sean Harlow, C – Oregon State – San Clemente (California)

#137 Indianapolis – Zach Banner, OT – USC – Lakes (Washington)

#138 Cincinnati – Ryan Glasgow, DT – Michigan – Marmion Academy (Illinois)

#139 Kansas City – Jehu Chesson, WR – Michigan – Ladue Horton Watkins (Missouri)

#140 NY Giants – Wayne Gallman, RB – Clemson – Grayson (Georgia)

#141 NY Jets – Chad Hanson, WR – California – Moorpark (California)

#142 Houston – Carlos Watkins, DT – Clemson – Chase (North Carolina)

#143 Indianapolis – Marlon Mack, RB – South Florida – Booker (Florida)

#144 Indianapolis – Grover Stewart, DT – Albany State – Mitchell County (Georgia)

Related: NFL Draft Round 1

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Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.