2019 NFL Draft: Where 5th Round picks played high school football

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 fifth round.

2019 NFL Draft – 5th Round Picks

No. 139 Arizona Cardinals – Deionte Thompson, S West Orange-Stark HS (Texas)

No. 140 Jacksonville Jaguars – Ryquell Armstead, RB – Millville HS (New Jersey)

No. 141 Pittsburgh Steelers – Zach Gentry, TE – Eldorado HS (New Mexico)

No. 142 Seattle Seahawks – Ben Burr-Kirven, LB – Sacred Heart Prep (California)

No. 143 New York Giants – Ryan Connelly, LB – Eden Prairie HS (Minnesota)

No. 144 Indianapolis Colts – Marvell Tell III, S – Crespi HS (California)

No. 145 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Matt Gay, K – Orem HS (Utah)

No 146 Detroit Lions – Amani Oruwariye, CB – Gaither HS (Florida)

No. 147 Buffalo Bills – Vosean Joseph, LB – Norland HS (Florida)

No. 148 San Francisco 49ers – Dre Greenlaw, LB – Fayetteville HS (Arkansas)

No. 149 Oakland Raiders – Hunter Renfrow, WR – Socastee HS (South Carolina)

No. 150 Green Bay Packers – Kingsley Keke, DL – George Ranch HS (Texas)

No. 151 Miami Dolphins – Andrew Van Ginkel, LB – Rock Valley HS (Iowa)

No. 152 Atlanta Falcons – Qadree Ollison, RB – Canisius HS (New York)

No 153 Washington Redskins – Ross Pierschbacher, C – Cedar Falls HS (Iowa)

No. 154 Carolina Panthers – Jordan Scarlett, RB – St. Thomas Aquinas HS (Florida)

No. 155 Cleveland Browns – Mack Wilson, LB – Montgomery Carver HS (Alabama)

No. 156 Denver Broncos – Justin Hollins, DE – Arlington Martin HS (Texas)

No. 157 New York Jets – Blake Cashman, LB – Eden Prairie HS (Minnesota)

No. 158 Dallas Cowboys – Michael Jackson, CB – Spain Park HS (Alabama)

No. 159 New England Patriots – Byron Cowart, DE – Armwood HS (Florida)

No. 160 Baltimore Ravens – Daylon Mack, DT – Gladewater HS (Texas)

No. 161 Houston Texans – Charles Omenihu, DE – Rowlett HS (Texas)

No. 162 Minnesota Vikings – Cameron Smith, LB – Granite Bay HS (California)

No. 163 New England Patriots – Jake Bailey, P – Santa Fe Christian HS (California)

No. 164 Indianapolis Colts – EJ Speed, LB – North Crowley HS (Texas)

No. 165 Dallas Cowboys – Joe Jackson, DE – Gulliver Prep (Florida)

No. 166 Los Angeles Chargers – Easton Stick, QB – Creighton Prep (Nebraska)

No. 167 Philadelphia Eagles – Clayton Thorson, QB – Wheaton North HS (Illinois)

No. 168 Tennessee Titans – D’Andre Walker, LB – Langston Hughes HS (Georgia)

No. 169 Los Angeles Rams – David Edwards, OT – Downers Grove North HS (Illinois)

No. 170 Cleveland Browns – Austin Seibert, K – Belleville West HS (Illinois)

No. 171 New York Giants – Darius Slayton, WR – Greater Atlanta Christian School (Georgia)

No. 172 Atlanta Falcons – Jordan Miller, CB – Oceanside HS (California)

No. 173 Washington Redskins – Cole Holcomb, LB – New Smyrna Beach HS (Florida)

Draft Picks by State

Florida – 23

Texas – 18

California – 16

Ohio – 12

North Carolina – 8

Georgia, Louisiana – 7

Mississippi – 6

Alabama, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Tennessee – 5

Iowa, Minnesota, South Carolina, Virginia, Washington – 4

Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Oklahoma – 3

Michigan, Nebraska, Utah – 2

Arkansas – 1

Colorado – 1

Delaware – 1

Kansas – 1

Kentucky – 1

Maryland – 1

Massachusetts – 1

New Mexico – 1

New York – 1

West Virginia – 1

Wisconsin – 1

Countries

Australia – 1

Other Rounds

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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.