Where Round 7 of the 2015 NFL Draft went to high school

Florida high school football dominated six of the seven rounds of the 2015 NFL Draft.  The Sunshine State closed-out the draft with seven former high school football players being selected in the seventh round, which means that except for the fifth round, Florida won every round of the three-day draft.

Florida finished with the most players drafted with a total of 39.

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

Florida – 39
Georgia – 30
Texas – 27
California – 25
Alabama – 15
Ohio – 10
North Carolina, Pennsylvania – 9
Maryland – 8
Illinois, Michigan, Mississippi – 6
Kansas, Louisiana, New Jersey, Washington – 5
Arizona, Iowa, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee – 4
Delaware, Hawaii, Kentucky, Oregon, Virginia, Wisconsin – 2
Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, Utah, Washington DC – 1
American Samoa -1
Canada – 1
Germany – 1
2015 NFL Draft Round 7

218. Oakland Raiders – OL, Anthony Morris, Germantown HS (Tennessee)

219. Cleveland Browns – ILB, Hayes Pullard, Crenshaw HS (California)

220. Jacksonville Jaguars – WR, Neal Sterling, Manasquan HS (New Jersey)

221. Oakland Raiders – WR, Andre Debose, Seminole HS (Florida)

222. Washington Redskins – C, Austin Reiter, Lakewood Ranch HS (Florida)

223. New York Jets – DT, Deon Simon, Glen Oaks HS (Louisiana)

224. St. Louis Rams – ILB, Bryce Hager, Westlake HS (Texas)

225. Atlanta Falcons – OT, Jake Rodgers, Shade Park HS (Washington)

226. New York Giants – OT, Bobby Hart, St. Thomas Aquinas (Florida)

227. St. Louis Rams – DE, Martin Ifedi, Westside HS (Texas)

228. Minnesota Vikings – OT, Austin Shepherd, North Gwinnett HS (Georgia)

229. Jacksonville Jaguars – TE, Ben Koyak, Oil City HS (Pennsylvania)

230. New Orleans Saints – RB, Marcus Murphy, DeSoto HS (Texas)

231. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – RB, Joey Iosefa, Fagaitua HS (American Samoa)

232. Minnesota Vikings – LB, Edmond Robinson, St. John’s HS (South Carolina)

233. Kansas City Chiefs – WR, Da’Ron Brown, Morgan Park HS (Illinois)

234. Buffalo Bills – WR, Dezmin Lewis, North Mesquite HS (Texas)

235. Houston Texans – RB, Kenny Hilliard, Patterson HS (Louisiana)

236. Dallas Cowboys – ILB, Mark Nzeocha, FOS Ansbach HS (Germany)

237. Philadelphia Eagles – DE, Brian Mihalik, Avon Lake HS (Ohio)

238. Cincinnati Bengals – WR, Mario Alford, Greenville HS (Georgia)

239. Pittsburgh Steelers – S, Gerod Holliman, Southridge HS (Florida)

240. Detroit Lions – OT, Corey Robinson, Havelock HS (North Carolina)

241. Cleveland Browns – CB, Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Chino Hills HS (California)

242. Oakland Raiders – CB, Dexter McDonald, Rockhurst HS (Missouri)

243. Dallas Cowboys – OT, Laurence Gibson, Buena HS (Arizona)

244. San Francisco 49ers – OG, Trenton Brown, Westover HS (Georgia)

245. Tennessee Titans – WR, Tre McBride, Ola HS (Georgia)

246. Dallas Cowboys – TE, Geoff Swaim, Pleasant Valley HS (California)

247. New England Patriots – CB, Darryl Roberts, Lakeland HS (Florida)

248. Seattle Seahawks – DB, Ryan Murphy, Oakland Tech HS (California)

249. Atlanta Falcons – S, Akeem King, Nipomo HS (California)

250. Denver Broncos – QB, Trevor Siemian, Olympia HS (Florida)

251. Denver Broncos – CB, Taurean Nixon, Southern Lab (Louisiana)

252. Denver Broncos – LB, Josh Furman, Old Mill HS (Maryland)

253. New England Patriots – OLB, Xzavier Dickson, Griffin HS (Georgia)

254. San Francisco 49ers – TE, Rory Anderson, McEachern HS (Georgia)

255. Indianapolis Colts – OT, Denzell Good, Gaffney HS (South Carolina)

256. Arizona Cardinals – TE, Gerald Christian, Dwyers HS (Florida)

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Jeff Fisher
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