2017 NFL Draft – Where 7th 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 seventh round.

2017 NFL Draft – 6th Round Picks

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

#219 Minnesota – Stacy Coley, WR – Miami (FL) – Northeast (Florida)

#220 Minnesota – Ifeadi Odenigbo, DE – Northwestern – Centerville (Ohio)

#221 Oakland – Shalom Luani, S – Washington State – Faga’itua (American Samoa)

#222 Jacksonville – Jalen Myrick, CB – Minnesota – Savannah Christian (Georgia)

#223 Tampa Bay – Stevie Tu’lkolovatu, DT – USC – East (Utah)

#224 Cleveland – Zane Gonzalez, PK – Arizona State – Deer Park (Texas)

#225 LA Chargers – Isaac Rochell, DE – Notre Dame – Eagle’s Landing Christian (Georgia)

#226 Seattle – David Moore, WR – East Central – Gainesville (Texas)

#227 Tennessee – Josh Carraway, LB – TCU – Marcus (Texas)

#228 Dallas – Joey Ivie, DT – Florida – Dade City (Florida)

#229 San Francisco – Adrian Colbert, S – Miami (FL) – Mineral Springs (Texas)

#230 Washington – Josh Harvey-Clemons, S – Louisville – Lowndes (Georgia)

#231 Oakland – Jylan Ware, OT – Alabama State – Valley (Alabama)

#232 Minnesota – Elijah Lee, LB – Kansas State – Blue Springs (Missouri)

#233 Carolina – Harrison Butker, PK – Georgia Tech – Westminster (Georgia)

#234 LA Rams – Ejuan Price, LB – Pittsburgh – Woodland Hills (Pennsylvania)

#235 Washington – Josh Holsey, CB – Auburn – Creekside (Georgia)

#236 Tennessee – Brad Seaton, OT – Villanova – Brunswick School (Connecticut)

#237 Miami – Isaiah Ford, WR – Virginia Tech – Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)

#238 Green Bay – Devante Mays, RB – Utah State – Livingston (Texas)

#239 Dallas – Noah Brown, WR – Ohio State – Pope John XXIII (New Jersey)

#240 Jacksonville – Marquez Williams, FB – Miami (FL) – Clarke Central (Georgia)

#241 Tennessee – Khalfani Muhammad, RB – California) – Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks, California)

#242 Oakland – Elijah Hood, RB – North Carolina – Charlotte Catholic (North Carolina)

#243 Houston – Kyle Fuller, C – Baylor – Wylie (Texas)

#244 Oakland – Treyvon Hester, DT – Toledo – Penn Hills (Pennsylvania)

#245 Minnesota – Jack Tocho, CB – NC State – Independence (North Carolina)

#246 Dallas – Jordan Carrell, DT – Colorado – Roseville (California)

#247 Green Bay – Malachi Dupre, WR – LSU – John Curtis (Louisiana)

#248 Pittsburgh – Keion Adams, DE – Western Michigan – Salisbury (North Carolina)

#249 Seattle – Chris Carson, RB – Oklahoma State – Parkview (Georgia)

#250 Detroit – Patrick O’Connor, DE – Eastern Michigan – St. Rita (Illinois)

#251 Cincinnati – Mason Schreck, TE – Buffalo – Medina (Ohio)

#252 Cleveland – Matthew Dayes, RB – NC State – Cypress Bay (Florida)

#253 Denver – Chad Kelly, QB – Mississippi) – St. Joseph’s (New York)

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