2018 NFL Draft: Where 6th Round Played High School Football

Here’s where the 6th round picks in the 2018 NFL Draft played their high school football.

No. 175 Cleveland Browns – Damion Ratley, WR – Yoakum HS (Texas)

No. 176 Los Angeles Rams – John Kelley, RB – Oak Park HS (Michigan)

No. 177 Houston Texans – Duke Ejiofor, DE – Alief Taylor HS (Texas)

No. 178 New England Patriots – Christian Sam, LB – Allen HS (Texas)

No. 179 New York Jets – Parry Nickerson, CB – West Jefferson HS (Louisiana)

No. 180 New York Jets – Folorunso Fatukasi, DT – Beach Channel HS (New York)

No. 181 Chicago Bears – Kylie Fitts, DE – Redlands East Valley HS (California)

No. 182 Arizona Cardinals – Chris Campbell, CB – Central HS (Phenix City, AL)

No. 183 Denver Broncos – Sam Jones, G – ThunderRidge HS (Colorado)

No. 184 San Francisco 49ers – Marcell Harris, S – Dr. Phillips HS (Florida)

No. 185 Indianapolis Colts – Deon Cain, WR – Tampa Bay Tech (Florida)

No. 186 Seattle Seahawks – Jake Martin, LB – Cherokee Trail HS (Colorado)

No. 187 Buffalo Bills – Ray-Ray McCloud, WR – Sickles HS (Florida)

No. 188 Cleveland Browns – Simeon Thomas, CB – Carol City HS (Florida)

No. 189 New Orleans Saints – Kamrin Moore, CB – Bishop O’Connell (Virginia)

No. 190 Baltimore Ravens – DeShon Elliott, S – Rockwall-Heath HS (Texas)

No. 191 Los Angeles Chargers – Dylan Cantrell, WR – Whitehouse HS (Texas)

No. 192 Los Angeles Rams – Jamil Demby, T – Vineland HS (New Jersey)

No. 193 Dallas Cowboys – Chris Covington, LB – Raby HS (Illinois)

No. 194 Atlanta Falcons – Russell Gage, WR – Redemptorist HS (Louisiana)

No. 195 Los Angeles Rams – Sebastian Joseph, DT – Stroudsburg HS (Pennsylvania)

No. 196 Kansas City Chiefs – Tremon Smith, CB – Saks HS (Alabama)

No. 197 Washington Redskins – Shaun Dion Hamilton, DT – Montgomery Carver HS (Alabama)

No. 198 Kansas City Chiefs – Kahlil McKenzie, DT – Clayton Valley HS (California)

No. 199 Tennessee Titans – Luke Falk, QB – Logan HS (Utah)

No. 200 Atlanta Falcons – Foyesade Oluokun, S – John Burroughs HS (Missouri)

No. 201 New Orleans Saints – Boston Scott, RB – Zachary HS (Louisiana)

No. 202 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jack Cichy, LB – Hill Murray HS (Minnesota)

No. 203 – Jacksonville Jaguars – Tanner Lee, QB – Jesuit HS (Louisiana)

No. 204 – New York Jets – Trenton Cannon, RB – Kecoughtan HS (Virginia)

No. 205 – Los Angeles Rams – Trevon Young, DE – Lincoln HS (Iowa)

No. 206 Philadelphia Eagles – Matt Pryor, T – Lakewood HS (California)

No. 207 Green Bay Packers – Equanimeous St. Brown, WR – Mater Dei HS (California)

No. 208 Dallas Cowboys – Cedrick Wilson, WR – White Station HS (Tennessee)

No. 209 Miami Dolphins – Cornell Armstrong, CB – Bassfield HS (Mississippi)

No. 210 Buffalo Bills – Braxton Berrios, WR – Leesville HS (North Carolina)

No. 211 Houston Texans – Jordan Thomas, TE – Sumrall HS (Mississippi)

No. 212 – Baltimore Ravens – Greg Senat, T – Elmont HS (New York)

No. 213 – Minnesota Vikings – Colby Gossett, G – North Forsyth HS (Georgia)

No. 214 Houston Texans – Peter Kalambayi, LB – Butler HS (North Carolina)

No. 215 Baltimore Ravens – Bradley Bozeman, C – Senatobia HS (Mississippi)

No. 216 Oakland Raiders – Azeem Victor, LB – Pomona HS (California)

No. 217 Denver Broncos – Keishawn Bierria, LB – Narbonne HS (California)

No. 218 Minnesota Vikings – Ade Aruna, DE – La Lumiere HS (Indiana)

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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.