Where Round 4 of the 2015 NFL Draft went to high school

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For the third time in the first four rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft, the State of Florida had the most number of former high school football players selected.  The fourth round featured six former Florida high school football players being chosen, followed by Georgia with five.  Alabama and California had four players apiece.

HS Football Players taken by State in the NFL Draft through four rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft

Florida – 22
Georgia – 14
California – 12
Texas – 11
Alabama – 10
Ohio – 7
Maryland, North Carolina, Pennsylvania – 5
Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Washington – 4
Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Virginia, Wisconsin – 2
Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Utah, Washington DC – 1
2015 NFL Draft Round 4

100. Tennessee Titans – DT, Angelo Blackson, Red Lion Christian (Delaware)

101. New England Patriots – DE, Trey Flowers, Columbia HS (Alabama)

102. Carolina Panthers – OT, Daryl Williams, Lake Dallas HS (Texas)

103. New York Jets – QB, Bryce Petty, Midlothian HS (Texas)

104. Jacksonville Jaguars – S, James Sample, Grant Union HS (California)

105. Washington Redskins – WR, Jamison Crowder, Monroe HS (North Carolina)

106. Chicago Bears – RB, Jeremy Langford, John Glenn HS (Michigan)

107. Atlanta Falcons – WR, Justin Hardy, West Craven HS (North Carolina)

108. Tennessee Titans – FB, Jalston Fowler, Vigor HS (Alabama)

109. Indianapolis Colts – S, Clayton Geathers, Carvers Bay HS (South Carolina)

110. Minnesota Vikings – OT, T.J. Clemmings, Paterson Catholic HS (New Jersey)

111. New England Patriots – OG, Tre’ Jackson, Wayne County HS (Georgia)

112. Washington Redskins – OG, Arie Kouandjio, DeMatha Catholic (Maryland)

113. Detroit Lions – DT, Gabe Wright, Columbus Carver HS (Georgia)

114. Miami Dolphins – OG, Jamil Douglas, Cypress HS (California)

115. Cleveland Browns – S, Ibraheim Campbell, Chestnut Hill Academy (Pennsylvania)

116. Arizona Cardinals – DL, Rodney Gunter, Haines City HS (Florida)

117. San Francisco 49ers – TE, Blake Bell, Bishop Carroll HS (Kansas)

118. Kansas City Chiefs – ILB, Ramik Wilson, Jefferson HS (Florida)

119. St. Louis Rams – OL, Andrew Donnal, Anthony Wayne HS (Ohio)

120. Cincinnati Bengals – CB, Josh Shaw, Palmdale HS (California)

121. Pittsburgh Steelers – CB, Doran Grant, St. Vincent-St. Mary HS (Ohio)

122. Baltimore Ravens – DE, Za’Darius Smith, Greenville HS (Alabama)

123. Cleveland Browns – WR, Vince Mayle, Inderkum HS (Washington)

124. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OLB, Kwon Alexander, Oxford HS (Alabama)

125. Baltimore Ravens – RB, Javorius Allen, Lincoln HS (Florida)

126. San Francisco 49ers – RB, Mike Davis, Stephenson HS (Georgia)

127. Dallas Cowboys – ILB, Damien Wilson, Amite County HS (Mississippi)

128. Oakland Raiders – OG, Jon Feliciano, Western HS (Florida)

129. Green Bay Packers – LB, Jake Ryan, St. Ignatius HS (Ohio)

130. Seattle Seahawks – OT, Terry Poole, Seaside HS (California)

131. New England Patriots – C, Shaq Mason, Columbia Central HS (Tennessee)

132. San Francisco 49ers – WR, DeAndre Smelter, Tattnall Square Academy (Georgia)

133. Denver Broncos – C, Max Garcia, Norcross HS (Georgia)

134. Seattle Seahawks – OG, Mark Glowinski, Wilkes Barre GAR Memorial HS (Pennsylvania)

135. Cincinnati Bengals – DE, Marcus Hardiston, Charlotte HS (Florida)

136. Baltimore Ravens – CB, Tray Walker, Miami Northwestern HS (Florida)

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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.