2018 NFL Draft: Where 5th Round Played High School Football

Here’s where the 5th round picks in the 2018 NFL Draft played their high school football.

No. 138 Green Bay Packers – Cole Madison, T – Kennedy HS (Washington)

No. 139 New York Giants – RJ McIntosh, DT – Cardinal Gibbons HS (Florida)

No. 140 Oakland Raiders – Maurice Hurts, DT – Xaverian Brothers (Massachusetts)

No. 141 Seattle Seahawks – Shaquem Griffin, LB – Lakewood HS (Florida)

No. 142 San Francisco 49ers – D.J. Reed, CB – Independence HS (California)

No. 143 New England Patriots – Ja’Whaun Bentley, LB – DeMatha HS (Maryland)

No. 144 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Justin Watson, WR – South Fayette HS (Pennsylvania)

No. 145 Chicago Bears – Bilal Nichols, DT – Hodgson Vo-Tech (Delaware)

No. 146 Seattle Seahawks – Tre Flowers, S – Judson HS (Texas)

No. 147 Los Angels Rams – Micah Kiser, LB – Gilman School (Maryland)

No. 148 Pittsburgh Steelers – Marcus Allen, S – Wise HS (Maryland)

No. 149 Seattle Seahawks – Michael Dickson, P – Australia

No. 150 Cleveland Browns – Genard Avery, LB – Grenada HS (Mississippi)

No. 151 Cincinnati Bengals – Davontae Harris, CB – Wichita South (Kansas)

No. 152 Tennessee Titans – Dane Cruikshank, CB – Ayala HS (California)

No. 153 Detroit Lions – Tyrell Crosby, T – Green Valley HS (Nevada)

No. 154 Buffalo Bills – Siran Neal, CB – Eufaula HS (Alabama)

No. 155 Los Angeles Chargers – Scott Quessenberry, C – La Costa Canyon HS (California)

No. 156 Denver Broncos – Troy Fumagalli, TE – Waubonsie Valley HS (Illinois)

No. 157 Minnesota Vikings – Tyler Conklin, TE – L’Anse Creuse North HS (Michigan)

No. 158 Cincinnati Bengals – Andrew Brown, DE – Oscar Smith HS (Virginia)

No. 159 Indianapolis Colts – Daurice Fountain, WR – James Madison Memorial HS (Wisconsin)

No. 160 Los Angeles Rams – Obo Okoronkwo, WR – Alief Taylor (Texas)

No. 161 Carolina Panthers – Jermaine Carter, CB – Friendship Collegiate (Washington, DC)

No. 162 Baltimore Ravens – Jordan Lasley, WR – Serra HS (Gardena, California)

No. 163 Washington Redskins – Tim Settle, DT – Jackson HS (Virginia)

No. 164 New Orleans Saints – Natrell Jamerson, S – Vanguard HS (Florida)

No. 165 Pittsburgh Steelers – Jaylen Samuels, FB – Mallard Creek HS (North Carolina)

No. 166 Buffalo Bills – Wyatt Teller, G – Liberty HS (Virginia)

No. 167 Minnesota Vikings – Daniel Carlson, K – The Classical Academy (Colorado)

No. 168 Seattle Seahawks – Jamarco Jones, T – De La Salle HS (Illinois)

No. 169 Indianapolis Colts – Jordan Wilkins, RB – St. Benedict at Auburndale HS (Tennessee)

No. 170 Cincinnati Bengals – Darius Phillips, CB – Robichaud HS (Michigan)

No. 171 Dallas Cowboys – Mike White, QB – University School (Fort Lauderdale, Florida)

No. 172 Green Bay Packers – JK Scott, P – Mullen HS (Colorado)

No. 173 Oakland Raiders – Johnny Townsend, P – Boone HS (Florida)

No. 174 Green Bay Packers – Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR – Lakewood HS (Florida)

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About the Author

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.