35 former Florida high school football players chosen in 2018 NFL Draft

It was a big weekend for former Florida high school football players with 35 players being taken in the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Booker T. Washington and Lakewood had outstanding drafts with three players each taken during the seven rounds. Trinity Christian Academy in Jacksonville had two players taken.

Florida had the most former players taken, followed by California and Texas with 27 each.

Below is the complete list of players drafted.

Florida High School Football Players in 2018 NFL Draft

No. 17 Los Angeles Chargers – Derwin James, S – Haines City HS (Florida)

No. 23 New England Patriots – Isaiah Wynn, OL – Lakewood HS (Florida)

No. 25 Baltimore Ravens – Hayden Hurst, TE – The Bolles School (Florida)

No. 26 Atlanta Falcons – Calvin Ridley, WR – Monarch HS (Florida)

No. 31 New England Patriots – Sony Michel, RB – American Heritage HS (Plantation, Florida)

No. 32 Baltimore Ravens – Lamar Jackson, QB – Boynton Beach HS (Florida)

No. 56 New England Patriots – Duke Dawson, CB – Dixie County HS (Florida)

No. 63 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Carlton Davis, CB – Norland HS (Florida)

No. 67 Cleveland Browns – Chad Thomas, DE – Booker T. Washington HS (Miami, Florida)

No. 74 Washington Redskins – Geron Christian, OT – Trinity Catholic HS (Florida)

No. 90 Atlanta Falcons – Deadrin Senat, DT – Immokalee HS (Florida)

No. 91 New Orleans Saints – Tre’Quan Smith, WR – Village Academy (Florida)

No. 93 Jacksonville Jaguars – Ronnie Harrison, S – Florida HS (Florida)

No. 97 Arizona Cardinals – Mason Cole, C – East Lake HS (Florida)

No. 105 Cleveland Browns – Antonio Callaway, WR – Booker T. Washington HS (Miami, Florida)

No. 112 Cincinnati Bengals – Mark Walton, RB – Booker T. Washington HS (Miami, Florida)

No. 136 Carolina Panthers – Marquis Haynes, LB – University Christian School (Florida)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2018 NFL Draft Round-by-Round

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