A total of 242 high schools are represented by the 254 players selected in the 2019 NFL Draft. Twelve schools had multiple players drafted by NFL clubs.
Schools with multiple selections in the 2019 Draft:
|HIGH SCHOOL||TOTAL||PLAYERS (NFL TEAM/ROUND)|
|Allen (Allen, Texas)||3||Kyler Murray (Arizona/1); Greg Little (Carolina/2); Bobby Evans (Los Angeles Rams/3)|
|Cocoa (Cocoa, Fla.)||3||Jawaan Taylor (Jacksonville/2); Jamel Dean (Tampa Bay/3); Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (New Orleans/4)|
|Booker T. Washington (Tulsa, Okla.)||2||Justice Hill (Baltimore/4); Jordan Brailford (Washington/7)|
|Brighton (Salt Lake City, Utah)||2||Cody Barton (Seattle/3); Jackson Barton (Indianapolis/7)|
|Eden Prairie (Eden Prairie, Minn.)||2||Ryan Connelly (New York Giants/5); Blake Cashman (New York Jets/5)|
|IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)||2||Hjalte Froholdt (New England/4); Isaac Nauta (Detroit/7)|
|Miami Killian (Miami, Fla.)||2||Sheldrick Redwine (Cleveland/4); Jaquan Johnson (Buffalo/6)|
|Paradise Valley (Phoenix, Ariz.)||2||Ryan Finley (Cincinnati/4); Jordan Brown (Cincinnati/7)|
|Saint Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)||2||Nick Bosa (San Francisco/1); Jordan Scarlett (Carolina/5)|
|Wake Forest (Wake Forest, N.C.)||2||Dexter Lawrence (New York Giants/1); Bryce Love (Washington/4)|
|Wenonah (Birmingham, Ala.)||2||Quinnen Williams (New York Jets/1); Quincy Williams (Jacksonville/3)|
|Winton Woods (Cincinnati, Ohio)||2||Mike Edwards (Tampa Bay/3); David Long (Tennessee/6)|
Prior to the Draft, the NFL announced the creation of the NFL Legends Youth Advisory Committee to assist and guide efforts to preserve and grow youth and high school football.
“I love the game of football and want kids of all ages to have the opportunity to participate in it,” said committee member and NFL Legend Willie McGinest, who attended Long Beach (Calif.) Polytechnic, the same school as Baltimore Ravens’ fourth round-selection Iman Marshall.
“I joined the NFL Legends Youth Advisory Committee to help young people learn the game in the right way, with the proper coaching and guidance,” said McGinest. “By playing the game, kids also learn not only about football, but so much more — accountability, teamwork, sportsmanship, discipline and responsibility. It’s about skills and lessons they too can apply for the rest of their lives.”