2019 NFL Draft: Where the 6th 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 sixth round.

2019 NFL Draft – 6th Round Picks

No. 174 Arizona Cardinals – KeeSean Johnson, WR – Palo Alto HS (California)

No. 175 Pittsburgh Steelers – Sutton Smith, LB – Francis Howell HS (Missouri)

No. 176 San Francisco 49ers – Kaden Smith, TE – Flower Mound Marcus HS (Texas)

No. 177 New Orleans Saints – Saquan Hampton, S – Nottingham HS (New Jersey)

No. 178 Jacksonville Jaguars – Gardner Minshew II, QB – Brandon HS (Mississippi)

No. 179 Arizona Cardinals – Lamont Gaillard, C – Pine Forest HS (North Carolina)

No. 180 New York Giants – Corey Ballentine, CB – Shawnee Heights HS (Kansas)

No. 181 Buffalo Bills – Jaquan Johnson, S – Killian HS (Florida)

No. 182 Cincinnati Bengals – Trayveon Williams, RB – CE King HS (Texas)

No. 183 San Francisco 49ers- Justin Skule, OT – Centreville HS (Virginia)

No. 184 Detroit Lions – Travis Fulgham, WR – Broad Run HS (Virginia)

No. 185 Green Bay Packers – Ka’dar Hollman, CB – Burlington Township (New Jersey)

No. 186 Detroit Lions – Ty Johnson, RB – Fort Hill (Maryland)

No. 187 Denver Broncos – Juwann Winfree, WR – Dwight Morrow HS (New Jersey)

No. 188 Tennessee Titans – David Long, Jr., LB – Winton Woods HS (Ohio)

No. 189 Cleveland Browns – Drew Forbes, G – North County HS (Missouri)

No. 190 Minnesota Vikings – Armon Watts, DT – Christian Brother College HS (Missouri)

No. 191 Minnesota Vikings – Marcus Epps, S – Edison HS (Huntington Beach, California)

No. 192 Pittsburgh Steelers – Isaiah Buggs, DE – Ruston HS (Louisiana)

No. 193 Minnesota Vikings – Oli Udoh, OT – Sanford HS (North Carolina)

No. 194 Green Bay Packers – Dexter Williams, RB – West Orange HS (Florida)

No. 195 Houston Texans – Xavier Crawford, CB – Pittsburg HS (California)

No. 196 New York Jets – Blessuan Austin, CB – Campus Magnet HS (New York)

No. 197 Baltimore Ravens – Trace McSorley, QB – Briar Woods HS (Virginia)

No. 198 San Francisco 49ers – Tim Harris, CB – Varina HS (Virginia)

No. 199 Indianapolis Colts – Gerri Green, DE – Greenville HS (Mississippi)

No. 200 Los Angeles Chargers – Emeke Egbule, LB – North Shore HS (Texas)

No. 201 Kansas City Chiefs – Rashad Fenton, CB – Carol City HS (Florida)

No. 202 Miami Dolphins – Isaiah Prince, OT – Eleanor Roosevelt HS (Maryland)

No. 203 Atlanta Falcons – Marcus Green, WR – North Pontotoc HS (Mississippi)

No. 204 Seattle Seahawks – Travis Homer, RB – Oxbridge Academy (Florida)

No. 205 Chicago Bears – Duke Shelley, DB – Tucker HS (Georgia)

No. 206 Washington Redskins – Kelvin Harmon, WR – Palmyra HS (New Jersey)

No. 207 Pittsburgh Steelers – Ulysees Gilbert III – Trinity Catholic HS (Florida)

No. 208 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Scott Miller, WR – Barrington HS (Illinois)

No. 209 Seattle Seahawks – Demarcus Christmas, DT – Manatee HS (Florida)

No. 210 Cincinnati Bengals – Deshaun Davis, LB – Vigor HS (Alabama)

No. 211 Cincinnati Bengals – Rodney Anderson, RB – Katy HS (Texas)

No. 212 Carolina Panthers – Dennis Daley, OT – Ridge View HS (South Carolina)

No. 213 Dallas Cowboys – Donovan Wilson, S – Woodlawn HS (Louisiana)

No. 214 Kansas City Chiefs – Darwin Thompson, RB – Jenks HS (Oklahoma)

Draft Picks by State

Florida – 29

Texas – 22

California – 19

Ohio – 13

North Carolina – 10

Louisiana, Mississippi – 9

Georgia, Virginia – 8

New Jersey – 7

Alabama, Illinois, Missouri – 6

Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee – 5

Iowa, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Washington – 4

Arizona, Connecticut, Indiana, Maryland – 3

Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, Utah – 2

Arkansas – 1

Colorado – 1

Delaware – 1

Kentucky – 1

Massachusetts – 1

New Mexico – 1

West Virginia – 1

Wisconsin – 1

Countries

Australia – 1

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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.