2020 NFL Draft — Where 3rd Round Picks played high school football

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It was another big round for the Great State of Texas with five more former high school players selected in the 2020 NFL Draft. Through three rounds, 19 former Texas high school football players have been selected.

State-by-State Former High School Football Players selected

Texas – 19

Florida – 9

Georgia – 8

California – 7

Louisiana, Misssissippi – 6

Alabama, Ohio, Tennessee – 4

North Carolina, Virginia – 3

Canada, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania, South Carolina – 2

Arizona, Arkansas Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Washington D.C., Wyoming – 1 each

2020 NFL Draft – 3rd Round

No. 65 Cincinnati Bengals — Logan Wilson, LB – Natrona County (Wyoming)

No. 66 Washington Redskins — Antonio Gibson, WR – Eagle’s Landing Christian (Georgia)

No. 67 Detroit Lions — Julian Okwara, LB – Ardrey Kell (North Carolina)

No. 68 New York Jets — Ashtyn Davis, S – Santa Cruz (California)

No. 69 Seattle Seahawks — Damien Lewis, OG – Canton (Mississippi)

No. 70 Miami Dolphins — Brandon Jones, S – Nacogdoches (Texas)

No. 71 Baltimore Ravens — Justin Madubuike, DT – McKinney North (Texas)

No. 72 Arizona Cardinals — Josh Jones, OT – George Bush HS (Texas)

No. 73 Jacksonville Jaguars — Davon Hamilton, DT – Pickerington Central (OH)

No. 74 New Orleans Saints — Zack Baun, LB – Brown Deer (Wisconsin)

No. 75 Detroit Lions — Jonah Jackson, OG – Penncrest (Pennsylvania)

No. 76 Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB – Pearl-Cohn HS (Tennessee)

No. 77 Denver Broncos — Michael Ojemudia, CB – Harrison (Michigan)

No. 78 Atlanta Falcons — Matt Hennessy, C – Don Bosco Prep (New Jersey)

No. 79 New York Jets — Jabari Zuniga, DE – Sprayberry (Georgia)

No. 80 Las Vegas Raiders — Lynn Bowden, WR – Harding (Ohio)

No. 81 Las Vegas Raiders — Bryan Edwards, WR – Conway (South Carolina)

No. 82 Dallas Cowboys — Neville Gallimore, DT – Canada Prep (Canada)

No. 83 Denver Broncos — Lloyd Cushenberry III, C – Dutchtown (Louisiana)

No. 84 Los Angeles Rams — Terrell Lewis, LB – St. John’s College HS (Washington, DC)

No. 85 Indianapolis Colts — Julian Blackmon, S – Layton (Utah)

No. 86 Buffalo Bills — Zack Moss, RB – Hallandale (Florida)

No. 87 New England Patriots — Anfernee Jennings, LB – Dadeville (Alabama)

No. 88 Cleveland Browns — Jordan Elliott, DT – Westside (Texas)

No. 89 Minnesota Vikings — Cameron Dantzler – St. Thomas Aquinas (Louisiana)

No. 90 Houston Texans — Jonathan Greenard, LB – Hiram (Georgia)

No. 91 New England Patriots — Devin Asiasi, TE – De La Salle (California)

No. 92 Baltimore Ravens — Devin Duvernay, WR — Sachse (Texas)

No. 93 Tennessee Titans — Darrynton Evans, RB – New Smyrna Beach (Florida)

No. 94 Green Bay Packers — Josiah Deguara, TE – Folsom (California)

No. 95 Denver Broncos — McTelvin Agim, DT – Hope (Arkansas)

No. 96 Kansas City Chiefs — Lucas Niang, OT – New Canaan (Connecticut)

No. 97 Cleveland Browns — Jacob Phillips, LB – East Nashville (Tennessee)

No. 98 Baltimore Ravens — Malik Harrison, LB – Walnut Ridge (Ohio)

No. 99 New York Giants — Matt Peart, OT – The Governor’s Academy (Massachusetts)

No, 100 Las Vegas Raiders — Tanner Muse, S – South Point (North Carolina)

No. 101 New England Patriots — Dalton Keene, TE – Chatfield (Colorado)

No. 102 Pittsburgh Steelers — Alex Highsmith, LB – Eugene Ashley (North Carolina)

No. 103 Philadelphia Eagles — Davion Taylor, LB – South Pike (Mississippi)

No. 104 Los Angeles Rams — Terrell Burgess, S – San Marcos (California)

No. 105 New Orleans Saints — Adam Trautman, TE – Elk Rapids (Michigan)

No. 106 Baltimore Ravens — Tyre Phillips, OT – Scooba (Mississippi)

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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.