2018 NFL Draft: Where 7th Round Played High School Football

Here’s where the 7th round picks in the 2018 NFL Draft played their high school football.

No. 219 New England Patriots – Danny Etling, QB – South Vigo HS (Indiana)

No. 220 Seattle Seahawks – Alex McGough, QB – Gaither HS (Florida)

No. 221 Indianapolis Colts – Matthews Adams, LB – Hightower HS (Texas)

No. 222 Houston Texans – Jermaine Kelly, CB – Salesian HS (California)

No. 223 San Francisco 49ers – Jullian Taylor, DT – Williamstown HS (New Jersey)

No. 224 Chicago Bears – Javon Wims, WR – Ed White HS (Florida)

No. 225 Minnesota Vikings – Devante Downs, LB – Mountlake Terrace HS (Washington)

No. 226 Denver Broncos – David Williams, LB – Imhotep Charter (Pennsylvania)

No. 227 Miami Dolphins – Quentin Poling, LB – Elida HS (Ohio)

No. 228 Oakland Raiders – Marcell Ateman, WR – Wylie East HS (Texas)

No. 229 Miami Dolphins – Jason Sanders, K – Villa Park HS (California)

No. 230 Jacksonville Jaguars – Leon Jacobs, LB – Golden Valley HS (California)

No. 231 Los Angeles Rams – Travin Howard, LB – Longview HS (Texas)

No. 232 Green Bay Packers – James Looney, DT – Lake Worth HS (Florida)

No. 233 Philadelphia Eagles – Jordan Mailata, T – Australia

No. 234 Carolina Panthers – Andre Smith, LB – Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)

No. 235 Indianapolis Colts – Zaire Franklin, LB – La Salle College HS (Pennsylvania)

No. 236 Dallas Cowboys – Bo Scarbrough, RB – IMG Academy (Florida)

No. 237 Detroit Lions – Nick Bawden, FB – Los Gatos HS (California)

No. 238 Baltimore Ravens – Zach Sieler, DE – Pinckney HS (Michigan)

No. 239 Green Bay Packers – Hunter Bradley, LS – Collierville HS (Tennessee)

No. 240 San Francisco 49ers – Richie James, WR – Riverview HS (Florida)

No. 241 Washington Redskins – Greg Stroman, CB – Stonewall Jackson HS (Virginia)

No. 242 Carolina Panthers – Kendrick Norton, DT – Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Florida)

No. 243 New England Patriots – Keion Crossen, CB – Northampton County HS (North Carolina)

No. 244 Los Angeles Rams – Justin Lawler, DE – Pottsboro HS (Texas)

No. 245 New Orleans Saints – Will Clapp, G – Brother Martin HS (Louisiana)

No. 246 Pittsburgh Steelers – Joshua Frazier, DT – Har-Ber HS (Arkansas)

No. 247 Jacksonville Jaguars – Logan Cooke, P – Columbia Academy (Mississippi)

No. 248 Green Bay Packers – Kendall Donnerson, LB – Academics Plus (Arkansas)

No. 249 Cincinnati Bengals – Logan Woodside, QB – Franklin County HS (Kentucky)

No. 250 New England Patriots – Ryan Izzo, DE – Pope John XXIII HS (New Jersey)

No. 251 Los Angeles Chargers – Justin Jackson, RB – Glenbard North HS (Illinois)

No. 252 Cincinnati Bengals – Rod Taylor, G – Callaway HS (Mississippi)

No. 253 Cincinnati Bengals – Auden Tate, WR – Wharton HS (Florida)

No. 254 Arizona Cardinals – Korey Cunningham, T – Montevallo HS (Alabama)

No. 255 Buffalo Bills – Austin Proehl, WR – Providence (North Carolina)

No. 256 Washington Redskins – Trey Quinn, WR – Barbe HS (Louisiana)

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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.