2019 NFL Draft: Where the 4th 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 fourth round.

2019 NFL Draft – 4th Round Picks

No. 103 Arizona Cardinals – Hakeem Butler, WR – Travis HS (Texas)

No. 104 Cincinnati Bengals – Ryan Finley, QB – Paradise Valley HS (Arizona)

No. 105 New Orleans Saints – Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, CB/S – Cocoa HS (Florida)

No. 106 Oakland Raiders – Maxx Crosby, DE – Colleyville Heritage HS (Texas)

No. 107 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Anthony Nelson, LB – Waukee HS (Iowa)

No. 108 New York Giants – Julian Love, CB – Nazareth Academy (Illinois)

No. 109 Indianapolis Colts – Khari Willis, S – Lumen Christi HS (Michigan)

No. 110 San Francisco 49ers – Mitch Wishnowsky, P – Australia

No. 111 Atlanta Falcons – Kendall Sheffield, CB – Missouri City Mardshall HS (Texas)

No. 112 Washington Redskins – Bryce Love, RB – Wake Forest HS (North Carolina)

No. 113 Baltimore Ravens – Justice Hill, RB – Booker T. Washington HS (Oklahoma)

No. 114 Minnesota Vikings – Dru Samia, G – San Ramon Valley HS (California)

No. 115 Carolina Panthers – Christian Miller, DE – Spring Valley HS (South Carolina)

No. 116 Tennessee Titans – Amani Hooker, DB – Park Center HS (Minnesota)

No. 117 Detroit Lions – Austin Bryant, DE – Thomas County Central HS (Georgia)

No. 118 New England Patriots – Hjalte Froholdt, G – IMG Academy (Florida)

No. 119 Cleveland Browns – Sheldrick Redwine, S – Killian HS (Florida)

No. 120 Seattle Seahawks – Gary Jennings, Jr., WR – Colonial Forge HS (Virginia)

No. 121 New York Jets – Trevon Wesco, TE – Musselman HS (West Virginia)

No. 122 Pittsburgh Steelers – Benny Snell, RB – Westerville Central HS (Ohio)

No. 123 Baltimore Ravens – Ben Powers, G – Kapaun Mt. Carmel Catholic HS (Kansas)

No. 124 Seattle Seahawks – Phil Haynes, G – Enloe HS (North Carolina)

No. 125 Cincinnati Bengals – Renell Wren, DT – Lutheran North HS (Missouri)

No. 126 Chicago Bears – Riley Ridley, WR – Deerfield Beach HS (Florida)

No. 127 Baltimore Ravens – Inman Marshall, CB – Long Beach Poly (California)

No. 128 Dallas Cowboys – Tony Pollard, RB – Melrose HS (Tennessee)

No. 129 Oakland Raiders – Isaiah Johnson, CB – Rudder HS (Texas)

No. 130 Los Angeles Chargers – Drue Tranquill, LB – Fort Wayne Carroll HS (Indiana)

No. 131 Washington Redskins – Wes Martin, G – Milton-Union HS (Ohio)

No. 132 Seattle Seahawks – Ugo Amadi, DB – Overton HS (Tennessee)

No. 133 New England Patriots – Jarrett Stidham, QB – Stephenville HS (Texas)

No. 134 Los Angeles Rams – Greg Gaines, DT – La Habra HS (California)

No. 135 Atlanta Falcons – John Cominsky, DE – Barberton HS (Ohio)

No. 136 Cincinnati Bengals – Michael Jordan, G – Plymouth HS (Ohio)

No. 137 Oakland Raiders – Foster Moreau, TE – Jesuit HS (Louisiana)

No. 138 Philadelphia Eagles – Shareef Miller, DE – George Washington HS (Pennsylvania)

Related: Round 1

Related: Round 2

Related: Round 3

Draft Picks by State

Florida – 17

Ohio, Texas – 12

California – 11

North Carolina – 8

Louisiana – 7

Mississippi – 6

Georgia, Pennsylvania, Tennessee – 5

Virginia, Washington – 4

Alabama, Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana Missouri Oklahoma, South Carolina – 3

Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey – 2

Colorado – 1

Delaware – 1

Kansas – 1

Kentucky – 1

Maryland – 1

Massachusetts – 1

Nebraska – 1

Utah – 1

West Virginia – 1

Wisconsin – 1

Countries

Australia – 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.