11 Former Louisiana High School Football Players Chosen In 2018 NFL Draft

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Eleven former Louisiana high school football players heard their names called at the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Trey Quinn of Barbe High School was the last player chosen in the draft, which gives his the moniker “Mr. Irrelevant.”

Louisiana High School Football Players in 2018 NFL Draft

No. 55 Carolina Panthers – Donte Jackson, CB – Riverdale HS (Louisiana)

No. 59 Washington Redskins – Derrius Guice, RB – Catholic HS (Louisiana)

No. 61 Jacksonville Jaguars – D.J. Chark, WR – Alexandria HS (Louisiana)

No. 68 Houston Texans – Justin Reid, S – Dutchtown HS (Louisiana)

No. 122 Baltimore Ravens – Kenny Young, LB – John Curtis HS (Louisiana)

No. 179 New York Jets – Parry Nickerson, CB – West Jefferson HS (Louisiana)

No. 194 Atlanta Falcons – Russell Gage, WR – Redemptorist HS (Louisiana)

No. 201 New Orleans Saints – Boston Scott, RB – Zachary HS (Louisiana)

No. 203 – Jacksonville Jaguars – Tanner Lee, QB – Jesuit HS (Louisiana)

No. 245 New Orleans Saints – Will Clapp, G – Brother Martin HS (Louisiana)

No. 256 Washington Redskins – Trey Quinn, WR – Barbe HS (Louisiana)

2018 NFL Draft Round-by-Round

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Round 4

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Round 7

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