2019 NFL Draft: Where 3rd Round players went to high school

2019 NFL Draft

High School Football America is spotlighting where players chosen in the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville, Tennessee play their high school football. Below are the picks in the third round.

No. 65 Arizona Cardinals – Zach Allen, DL – New Canaan HS (Connecticut)

No. 66 Pittsburgh Steelers – Diontae Johnson, WR – Lennard HS (Florida)

No. 67 San Francisco 49ers – Jalen Hurd, WR – Beech HS (Tennessee)

No. 68 New York Jets – Jachai Polite, DE – Mainland HS (Florida)

No. 69 Jacksonville Jaguars – Josh Oliver, TE – Paso Robles HS (California)

No. 70 Los Angeles Rams – Darrell Henderson, RB – South Panola HS (Mississippi)

No. 71 Denver Broncos – Dre-Mont Jones, DL – St. Ignatius HS (Ohio)

No. 72 Cincinnati Bengals – Germaine Pratt, LB – High Point Central HS (North Carolina)

No. 73 Chicago Bears – David Montgomery, RB – Mount Healthy HS (Ohio)

No. 74 Buffalo Bills – Devin Singletary, RB – American Heritage HS (Del Ray Beach, Florida)

No. 75 Green Bay Packers – Jace Sternberger, TE – Kingfisher HS (Oklahoma)

No. 76 Washington Redskins – Terry McLaurin, WR – Indianapolis Cathedral HS (Indiana)

No. 77 New England Patriots – Chase Winovich, DE – Thomas Jefferson HS (Pennsylvania)

No 78 Miami Dolphins – Michael Deiter, OG – Genoa HS (Ohio)

No. 79 Los Angeles Rams – David Long, CB – Loyola HS (California)

No. 80 Cleveland Browns – Sione Takitaki, LB – Heritage HS (California)

No. 81 Detroit Lions – Will Harris, S – Choate Rosemary Hall (Connecticut)

No. 82 Tennessee Titans – Nate Davis, G – Stone Bridge HS (Virginia)

No. 83 Pittsburgh Steelers – Justin Layne, CB – Benedictine HS (Ohio)

No. 84 Kansas City Chiefs – Khalen Saunders, DL – Parkway Central HS (Missouri)

No. 85 Baltimore Ravens – Jaylon Ferguson, DE – West Feliciana HS (Louisiana)

No. 86 Houston Texans – Kahale Warring, TE – Sonora HS (California)

No. 87 New England Patriots – Damien Harris, RB – Madison Southern HS (Kentucky)

No. 88 Seattle Seahawks – Cody Barton, LB – Brighton HS (Utah)

No. 89 Indianapolis Colts – Bobby Okereke, LB – Foothill HS (California)

No. 90 Dallas Cowboys – Conner McGovern, OG – Lake-Lehman (Pennsylvania)

No. 91 Los Angeles Chargers – Trey Pipkins, OT – Apple Valley HS (Minnesota)

No. 92 New York Jets – Chuma Edoga, OT – McEachern HS (Georgia)

No. 93 Baltimore Ravens – Miles Boykin, WR – Providence Catholic HS (Illinois)

No. 94 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jamel Dean, CB – Cocoa HS (Florida)

No. 95 New York Giants – Oshane Ximines, DE – Hertford County HS (North Carolina)

No. 96 Buffalo Bills – Dawson Knox, TE – Brentwood Academy (Tennessee)

No. 97 Los Angeles Rams – Bobby Evans, OT – Allen HS (Texas)

No. 98 Jacksonville Jaguars – Quincy Williams, LB – Wenonah HS (Alabama)

No. 99 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Mike Edwards, S – Winton Woods HS (Ohio)

No. 100 Carolina Panthers – Will Grier, QB – Davidson Day School (North Carolina)

No. 101 – New England Patriots – Yodny Cajuste, OT – Miramar HS (Florida)

No. 102. Minnesota Vikings – Alexander Mattison, RB – San Bernardino HS (California)

Related: Round 1

Related: Round 2

Draft Picks by State

Florida – 13

California, Ohio – 8

Texas – 7

Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina – 6

Georgia, Pennsylvania, Washington – 4

Alabama, Connecticut, Tennessee, Virginia – 3

Arizona, Indiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Oklahoma, South Carolina – 2

Colorado – 1

Delaware – 1

Illinois – 1

Iowa – 1

Kentucky – 1

Maryland – 1

Massachusetts – 1

Michigan – 1

Minnesota – 1

Nebraska – 1

Utah – 1

Wisconsin – 1

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.