2019 NFL Draft: Where 7th Round picks played their high school football

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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 seventh round.

2019 NFL Draft – 7th Round Picks

No. 215 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Terry Beckner, DL – East St. Louis HS (Illinois)

No. 216 Kansas City Chiefs – Nick Allegretti, G – Lincoln-Way East HS (Illinois)

No. 217 Minnesota Vikings – Kris Boyd, CB – Gilmer HS (Texas)

No. 218 – Dallas Cowboys – Mike Weber, RB – Cass Tech (Michigan)

No. 219 Pittsburgh Steelers – Derwin Gray, OL – Friendship Collegiate (Washington, DC)

No. 220 Houston Texans – Cullen Gillaspia, RB – Katy Taylor HS (Texas)

No. 221 Cleveland Browns – Donnie Lewis, Jr., CB – Central HS (Louisiana)

No. 222 Chicago Bears – Kerrith Whyte, Jr., RB – Seminole Ridge HS (Florida)

No. 223 Cincinnati Bengals – Jordan Brown, CB – Paradise Valley HS (Arizona)

No. 224 Detroit Lions – Isaac Nauta, TE – IMG Academy (Florida)

No. 225 Buffalo Bills – Darryl Johnson Jr., DE – Camden County HS (Georgia)

No. 226 Green Bay Packers – Ty Summers, LB – San Antonio Reagan HS (Texas)

No. 227 Washington Redskins – Jimmy Moreland, CB – Royal Palm Beach HS (Florida)

No. 228 Buffalo Bills – Tommy Sweeney, TE – Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)

No. 229 Detroit Lions – PJ Johnson, DT – Burbank HS (Sacramento, California)

No. 230 Oakland Raiders – Quinton Bell, DE – Long Beach Poly (California)

No. 231 New Orleans Saints – Alize Mack, TE – Bishop Gorman HS (Nevada)

No. 232 New York Giants – George Asafo-Adjei, OT – Lakota West HS (Ohio)

No. 233 Miami Dolphins – Chandler Cox, FB – Apopka HS (Florida)

No. 234 Miami Dolphins – Myles Gaskin, RB – O’Dea HS (Washington)

No. 235 Jacksonville Jaguars – Dontavius Russell, DT – Carrollton HS (Georgia)

No. 236 Seattle Seahawks – John Ursua, WR – Cedar HS (Utah)

No. 237 Carolina Panthers – Terry Godwin, WR – Callaway HS (Georgia)

No. 238 Chicago Bears – Stephen Denmark, CB – Rickards HS (Florida)

No. 239 Minnesota Vikings – Dillon Mitchell, WR – White Station HS (Tennessee)

No. 240 Indianapolis Colts – Jackson Barton, OT – Brighton HS (Utah)

No. 241 Dallas Cowboys – Jalen Jelks, DE – Desert Vista HS (Arizona)

No. 242 Los Angeles Chargers – Cortez Broughton, DT – Veterans HS (Georgia)

No. 243 Los Angeles Rams – Nick Scott, S – Fairfax HS (Virginia)

No. 244 New Orleans Saints – Daden Elliss, LB – Judge Memorial HS (Utah)

No. 245 New York Giants – Chris Slayton, DL – Crete-Monee HS (Illinois)

No 246 Indianapolis Colts – Javon Patterson, G – Petal HS (Mississippi)

No. 247 Minnesota Vikings – Olabisi Johnson, WR – Bear Creek HS (Colorado)

No. 248 Arizona Cardinals – Joshua Miles, OT – Western Tech HS (Maryland)

No. 249 Arizona Cardinals – Michael Dogbe, DL – Parsippany Hills HS (New Jersey)

No. 250 Minnesota Vikings – Austin Cutting, LS – Keller Central HS (Texas)

No. 251 Los Angeles Rams – Dakota Allen, LB – Summer Creek HS (Texas)

No. 252 New England Patriots – Ken Webster, CB – Stockbridge HS (Georgia)

No. 253 Washington Redskins – Jordan Brailford, LB – Booker T. Washington HS (Oklahoma)

No. 254 Arizona Cardinals – Caleb Wilson, TE – Serra HS (Gardena, California)

Draft Picks by State

Florida – 34

Texas – 27

California – 22

Ohio – 14

Georgia – 13

Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina – 10

Illinois, New Jersey, Virginia – 9

Alabama, Missouri, Tennessee – 6

Arizona, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, Washington– 5

Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota – 4

Connecticut, Indiana, Michigan – 3

Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New York – 2

Arkansas, Delaware, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico, Washington, DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin – 1

Countries

Australia – 1

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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.

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