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NFL Network's 'Schedule Release '21' Reveals 2021 NFL Schedule

Three-Hour Show Airs Wednesday, May 12 at 8:00 PM ET

 

Featured Guests on 'Schedule Release '21' Include –

Play-by-Play Announcers Jim Nantz, Al Michaels & Joe Buck

Los Angeles Rams QB Matthew Stafford

Chicago Bears HC Matt Nagy

 

Full Team Schedules Available on NFL.com & the NFL App

 

The 2021 NFL Schedule powered by AWS will be released on Wednesday, May 12 at 8:00 PM ET on NFL Network, NFL.com and the NFL app.

NFL Network's coverage is highlighted by Schedule Release '21 Presented by Verizon at 8:00 PM ET, a three-hour show which breaks down the 2021 NFL regular season schedule, division by division, analyzing the top matchups and primetime games.

The NFL GameDay Morning crew anchors Schedule Release '21, with 2021 Sports Emmy nominee Rich Eisen joined by analysts Kurt WarnerMichael Irvin and Steve Mariucci from inside SoFi Stadium – site of Super Bowl LVI – along with Colleen Wolfe.

Schedule Release '21 features live on-location reports from Mike Giardi (Gillette Stadium), Aditi Kinkhabwala (Heinz Field), Kim Jones (MetLife Stadium), Jane Slater (The Star) and Mike Yam (Levi's Stadium).

Additional coverage on Schedule Release '21 is provided by Cynthia Frelund and Joe Thomas, along with Kimmi Chex offering a Fantasy perspective on the 2021 NFL schedule.

Featured guests on Schedule Release '21 include:

  • Play-by-play announcers Jim Nantz (CBS), Al Michaels (NBC) & Joe Buck (FOX)
  • Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford
  • Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy
  • Los Angeles Chargers head coach Brandon Staley
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David
  • Arizona Cardinals safety Budda Baker

Live streaming of NFL Network is available across multiple devices (smartphone, PC, tablet and connected TVs) through the NFL app or NFL.com/watch for subscribers of participating NFL Network providers.

Digitally, NFL.com and the NFL app provides complete team-by-team and weekly schedules of all regular season games, listing opponents, sites and times, as well as comprehensive coverage of the 2021 NFL schedule including:

  • Judy Battista's biggest takeaways from the 2021 NFL schedule
     
  • Cynthia Frelund's win projections for all 32 teams
     
  • Around the NFL's Dan Hanzus breaks down the best revenge games, Marc Sessler lists the toughest schedules and Nick Shook offers the most forgiving schedules
     
  • Adam Schein presents his nine best primetime games

The 2021 NFL season will feature each team playing [/Pages/NFL-Season-To-Feature-17-Regular-Season-Games-Per-Team.aspx]17 regular-season games and three preseason games for the first time, providing fans an extra week of regular-season NFL action. The 17th game will feature teams from opposing conferences that finished in the same place within their division the previous season, with the AFC as the home conference for the 17th game in 2021.

 

ABOUT NFL MEDIA

NFL Media is comprised of NFL Network, NFL Films, NFL.com, the NFL app and NFL RedZone.

Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL is making news. Launched in 2003, NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular season, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league meetings, minicamps and training camps.

For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can be streamed live through the NFL and NFL Network apps on smartphones, tablets, PCs and connected TV devices (Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4, Roku and Xbox One). Access is available for NFL Network subscribers of participating TV providers. For more information, go to NFL.com/nflnetwork.

NFL EXTENDS SUPPORT FOR NINE SOCIAL JUSTICE ORGANIZATIONS IN ONGOING PUSH TO ‘INSPIRE CHANGE’

$160 Million Contributed to Social Justice Funding to Date to Assist Grant Partners in their Community Initiatives 

NEW YORK (May 10, 2021) – As part of the NFL's Inspire Change social justice initiative, the league today announced renewals of nine national grant partners that total $2.5 million.  

Since 2017, the NFL has provided more than $160 million to 33 national grant partners and hundreds of grassroots organizations across the country. This includes more than 1,450 grants provided by the NFL Foundation to current NFL players and Legends for nonprofits of their choice.

The nine renewed grants were recently approved by the Social Justice Working Group, comprised of 10 players and team owners. Over the last four years, grants have been awarded to nonprofit organizations that focus on the four Inspire Change pillars: education, economic advancement, police-community relations, and criminal justice reform. The specific impact these nine grant partners have made in communities range from fighting to end cash bail and pre-trial detention, to addressing "three-strikes" laws, as well as financial empowerment services.  

"Our grant partners are instrumental to the success of Inspire Change and the societal impact the NFL is striving to make across the country," said Anna Isaacson, NFL Senior Vice President, Social Responsibility. "These organizations are rooted in their communities, working hard to provide necessary resources that create real change. The NFL family is committed to their missions, proud of their successes and inspired by their efforts to open up access to opportunity and equality in the ongoing fight for social justice."

Inspire Change support has helped grant partners launch innovative programs, release insightful reports, host trainings and workshops, succeed in advancing legislative reforms, and expand their own teams. Over the past year amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has disproportionately impacted Black Americans and further highlighted the health and economic disparities in this county, the NFL's partners have persevered to continue their tireless efforts.

"Players Coalition is committed to working with the NFL Player-Owner Social Justice Working Group, ensuring that Inspire Change grants are distributed to organizations who are committed to improving social and racial justice, with a focus on police and community relations, education, economic advancement, and criminal justice reform," Kelvin Beachum, Players Coalition Task Force member, Social Justice Working Group member, and Arizona Cardinals offensive lineman.  

In addition, the NFL launched this month an Inspire Change content series that highlights the league's social justice efforts. The Inspire Change Explainer Essay examines how the NFL and its players, clubs, and partners address social injustice across the country and the Where the Money Goes vignette breaks down how the social justice funds are allocated.   

Grant Renewals

The NFL's social justice grant has supported Alabama Appleseed in continuing to challenge Alabama's "three-strikes" law, which has resulted in life sentences for hundreds of people convicted of non-homicide crimes and has the potential to impact 26,000 people in Alabama prisons. Appleseed has won the release of several clients originally sentenced to die in prison, including Ron McKeithen who was released after serving 37 years for a robbery and had his first art show in April.

The grant renewal will assist City Year in bolstering their Whole School Whole Child program which helps more than 220,000 students at systemically under-resourced schools in 29 cities build key academic, social and emotional skills needed to succeed in college and their career. Young leaders like Noemi Vasquez Moreno serve as "student success coaches" making a difference in the lives of students while acquiring valuable skills and experience that prepare them to become leaders working across lines of difference.

Council on Legal Education Opportunity, Inc. (CLEO) will be able to continue bringing greater diversity to the legal profession through its flagship Prelaw Summer Institute, an intensive, multi-week program for diverse, first year law students to prepare them for the academic rigors of law school and increase their overall chances of successful matriculation.

Community Justice Exchange makes an impact fighting to end money bail and pre-trial detention on the local and national level. The NFL grant will increase their funding to free more than 10,000 individuals annually.

Social justice grant renewal funding helped Gideon's Promise train 300 total summer law clerks amid the pandemic – a 1,400 percent increase over the original 20 clerks planned pre-COVID. Renewal funding will assist in expanding their mentoring program for public defenders and providing them access to resource materials that allow them to secure the release of incarcerated people. Dee Glickman and Charlotte Heyrman shared their experiences and gratitude for the community built as a result of this program: video

Metropolitan Family Services will put social justice grant funding towards Communities Partnering for Peace (CP4P), a comprehensive, collaborative intervention model that reduces homicides and shootings, reclaims safe community spaces, and professionalizes the street outreach field. Most recently, Metro Family Services conducted Community Police Academy trainings across five districts of the Chicago Police Department.  

Operation HOPE will be able to scale their work in providing credit and money management, financial wellness programming and economic resilience coaching to individuals, families and small businesses from our most vulnerable communities. In 2020, Operation HOPE's financial wellbeing coaches provided 231,383 financial empowerment services to adults nationwide through its credit, small business, homeownership, and disaster recovery programs; and educated 3,531 youth through its Banking on Our Future program.

UNCF's support to expand education and end the prison pipeline through by focusing on Pell Grants for incarcerated individuals has benefited many, including North Carolina native Jason Jones who received a degree from Wiley College while he was incarcerated. Because of this degree, Jones secured a higher paying position in his role at a Steel Manufacturer.   

VOTE can continue their efforts in advocating for voter registration, including registering individuals with a felony conviction, and serving as a direct hub of communication between incarcerated people, their families, lawyers, media, elected officials and the Department of Corrections. With social justice grant funding, they launched the VOTE Institute for Policy to train members in legislative policy advocacy and hired a Women's Re-Entry Specialist – a formerly incarcerated woman herself – to spearhead the transitional housing project specifically for women.    

For more information on the NFL's Inspire Change social justice initiative please visit www.nfl.com/inspirechange. Follow @InspireChange on Twitter and Instagram. On Facebook, follow at www.Facebook.com/InspireChange/. To view the NFL Inspire Change Infographic click here.     

NFL Offseason Workout Program Dates Announced

Voluntary offseason workout programs are intended to provide training, teaching and physical conditioning for players.  The calendar for 2021 is below, including rookie minicamp dates.

As per Article 21 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the voluntary nine-week offseason program is conducted in three phases. In 2021:

Phase One (April 19-May 14) has been extended from its customary two-week period to four weeks, with activities limited to strength and conditioning, virtual meetings, and physical rehabilitation only.

Phase Two (May 17-21) has been shortened from three weeks to one week. On-field workouts may include individual player instruction and drills, “perfect play” drills, drills and plays conducted with offensive players lining up across from offensive players and defensive players lining up across from defensive players, with each group permitted to align eleven or fewer players across from eleven or fewer players. Players on one side of the ball may execute a play, but players on the opposite side of the ball may not initiate contact with, or attempt to impede the progress of, players who are running the play. All such drills must be conducted at an acceptable walkthrough pace (i.e. Pro Bowl practice).

Phase Three (May 24-June 18) remains its customary four weeks in length. Beginning in Phase Three, clubs may conduct in-person meetings and classroom instruction subject to COVID-19 testing cadence, tracking, facility access and other protocols.  During Phase Three, teams may conduct a total of 10 days of organized team practice activity, or “OTAs”. No live contact is permitted, but 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 drills are permitted.

Article 22 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement stipulates that clubs may hold one mandatory minicamp for veteran players. This minicamp, noted below, must occur during Phase Three of the offseason program.

Each club may hold a rookie football development program for a period of seven weeks, which in 2021 may begin on May 17. During this period, no activities may be held on weekends, with the exception of one post-NFL Draft rookie minicamp, which may be conducted on either the first or second weekend following the draft.

For detailed offseason program rules, please see Articles 21 and 22 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, available on nflcommunications.com.

The NFL Offseason Workout Program calendar (dates are tentative and subject to change at the discretion of individual clubs):

ARIZONA                   OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 2-4, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17 
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

ATLANTA                   OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 2-4, June 14-17
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 8-10
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

BALTIMORE              OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 2-4, June 7-8, June 10-11
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

BUFFALO                   OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1-2, June 4, June 7-8, June 10-11
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

CAROLINA                 OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1-3, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

CHICAGO                   OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

CINCINNATI               OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14

CLEVELAND              OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

DALLAS                     OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1, June 3-4
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 8-10
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

DENVER                     OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1-2, June 4, June 7-8, June 10-11
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

DETROIT                    OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 2-4, June 14-17
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 8-10
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

GREEN BAY               OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1-2, June 4, June 7-8, June 10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-15

HOUSTON                  OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24, May 26-27, June 1, June 3-4, June 7-8, June 10-11
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

INDIANAPOLIS         OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 2-4, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 7-9

JACKSONVILLE        OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24, May 26-27, June 1, June 3-4, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

KANSAS CITY           OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 8-11
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

LAS VEGAS               OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 7-9

LA CHARGERS          OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 2-4, June 7-8, June 10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-16
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

LA RAMS                   OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1-3, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

MIAMI                        OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-26, June 1-3, June 7-8, June 10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

MINNESOTA             OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-26, June 1-3, June 8-11
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

NEW ENGLAND        OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1, June 3-4, June 7-8, June 10-11
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

NEW ORLEANS         OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

NEW YORK GIANTS OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 2-4, June 14-15
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 8-10
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

NEW YORK JETS      OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24, May 26-27, June 1, June 3-4, June 7-8, June 10-11
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 7-9

PHILADELPHIA         OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 2-4, June 14-17
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 8-10
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

PITTSBURGH            OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

SAN FRANCISCO      OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1-2, June 4, June 7-8, June 10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

SEATTLE                    OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24, May 26-27, June 1, June 3-4, June 7-10
                                    Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                    Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

TAMPA BAY              OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 14-17
                                   Mandatory Minicamp:                June 7-9
                                   Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

TENNESSEE             OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 24-25, May 27, June 1, June 3-4, June 7-10
                                   Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                   Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-16

WASHINGTON         OTA Offseason Workouts:         May 25-27, June 1-3, June 8-10
                                   Mandatory Minicamp:                June 15-17
                                   Rookie Minicamp:                      May 14-15


VACCINATED FANS TO WIN 50 FREE SUPER BOWL LVI TICKETS AS PART OF SATURDAY NIGHT GLOBAL EVENT

NFL CONTINUES TO MOVE THE NEEDLE WITH VACCINATION EFFORTS

The National Football League's commitment to raising awareness and encouraging Americans to get vaccinated continues as the league announced today that it is providing 50 free tickets to Super Bowl LVI in February 2022 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Working closely with the White House COVID Response Team and Global Citizen, the Super Bowl promotion includes a chance to win a pair of Super Bowl tickets for fans who share their story on why they got vaccinated or will soon get vaccinated. This campaign is the latest step of the league's response to help the country recover and return to normalcy.

Details on how to win the Super Bowl tickets will be announced Saturday night during Global Citizen's VAX Live: The Concert to Reunite the World show. The global event brings together artists, entertainers and world leaders, including President Biden, to support vaccine equity. The special will broadcast nationally beginning at 8 p.m. ET across multiple platforms, including ABC, CBS and FOX. The show takes place at SoFi Stadium.

More than three million vaccinations have been administered at 21 NFL stadiums and facilities since January. In addition, the NFL will also offer a 25 percent discount on purchases made at NFLShop.com for vaccinated fans later this year. More details will be announced at a later date.

The NFL previously invited 7,500 vaccinated health care workers to Super Bowl LV in Tampa as guests of the league to thank and honor them for their continued extraordinary service during the pandemic. The initiative also promoted the importance of vaccination and appropriate health practices.

Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, serve as campaign chairs of VAX LIVE. Hosted by multi-platinum recording artist, actress, and producer Selena Gomez, the VAX LIVE broadcast special will feature musical performances by Jennifer Lopez, Eddie Vedder, Foo Fighters, J Balvin, and H.E.R. Special guests from around the world will also speak about the importance of vaccine equity, including Ben Affleck, Chrissy Teigen, David Letterman, Gayle King, Jimmy Kimmel, Nomzamo Mbatha, Olivia Munn, and Sean Penn.

National Football League Returns as Title Sponsor of 2021 HBCU Battle of the Brains

"The continued commitment of the NFL illustrates its shared belief in the product of our HBCU institutions." – Gregory Gibson Jr., Founder & Executive Director, HBCU Battle of the Brains

 

The fifth annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Battle of the Brains (HBCU BOTB) is set to take place Wednesday, October 20 through Saturday, October 23, 2021 in Austin, TX, and the National Football League is once again serving as the title sponsor of the event.

With the theme #MoreToBattleFor, this year's HBCU BOTB will once again pit teams of the best and brightest STEM and Business students from HBCUs across the country against each other as they compete for more than $50,000 in scholarships. Each team will have 24 hours to develop a solution to a proposed business challenge, and make their pitch live in front of an audience. They will be judged on analysis, a business/technology solution, a presentation and Q&A, with crowd participation constituting one of the final votes.

"Showcasing the immensely talented students that populate our nation's HBCUs has been a central focus of the HBCU Battle of the Brains," said Gregory Gibson, Founder and Executive Director, HBCU BOTB. "The commitment of the NFL illustrates its shared belief in the product of our HBCU institutions."

"The NFL is excited to once again sponsor the HBCU Battle of the Brains event," said David Jurenka, Senior Vice President, NFL Media & General Manager, Los Angeles. "We have seen countless examples of how this event continues to shine a light on the incredibly gifted young minds that will undoubtedly have an impact on the future of various industries. The creativity and enthusiasm surrounding this event is truly inspiring, and we always cherish the opportunity to engage and interact with these students."

"The HBCU Battle of the Brains event is one we look forward to participating in each and every year," said Michelle McKenna, NFL Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer. "Engaging and working with the dedicated HBCU community remains an important priority for the NFL, and we are excited to continue to grow our relationship through events such as the Battle of the Brains."

More than 30 NFL executives and staff across its league and media offices will be on hand during the four-day event, providing guidance and support for participants in a variety of roles including featured speakers, team mentors and competition judges.

Hosted by HBCU Battle of the Brains, LLC, the competition is designed to support the mission of HBCUs by promoting talented business and STEM students within the African American community, as well as the technology industry, in an engaging and dynamic way.

For more information, visit hbcubattleofthebrains.com and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram at @hbcubotbrains. #HBCUBotBrains #MoreToBattleFor.

 

About HBCU Battle of the Brains

HBCU Battle of the Brains, LLC's mission is to address inequities in industries in which Black and Brown representation is severely lacking.  This is accomplished by creating and delivering compelling programming that not only brings top students and industry leaders together but allows each entity to showcase its best self through industry-specific skills challenges (HBCU Battle of the Brains Competition, hybrid-hackathon, business cases, etc…), mentoring (HBCU Office Hours), and professional development (#ReadyToWork, etc…). We excel at showcasing the top business and STEM students that our nation's HBCUs have to offer while introducing this highly regarded talent to amazing companies and career paths.

NFL NAMES KATIE HILL SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF COMMUNICATIONS

The National Football League has named Katie Hill Senior Vice President of Communications, effective May 3. Hill joins the NFL from former President Barack Obama's family office, where she served as President Obama's Communications Director for the last four years.

As Senior Vice President, Hill will be responsible for leading the NFL's day-to-day communications operation, aligning the League's communications strategy with its priorities. She will work closely with the leadership team across departments to ensure consistency of messaging and strategy, and to elevate success stories. In addition, she will lead efforts in identifying reputational issues for the League and across the 32 clubs and developing strategies to mitigate their impact. Hill will be based at League headquarters in New York and will report to Jeff Miller, Executive Vice President of Communications, Public Affairs and Policy.

"We couldn't be more pleased to welcome someone of Katie's talent to the NFL," said Miller. "Her communications vision, world-class strategic instincts, and deep understanding of today's dynamic media, digital and cultural landscape make her an excellent fit for the League and our goals."

Hill brings more than 15 years of strategic communications and public affairs experience to the League, spanning the White House, Capitol Hill, the private sector and political campaigns. In her most recent role, she curated President Obama's post-Administration public profile, developing and executing international and domestic communications strategy for the former president, including his political activity, the launch of his production company, Higher Ground, and the publication of his presidential memoir, A Promised Land. She also served as the former president's chief spokesperson. 

From 2014 to 2017, Hill served in the Obama Administration, first as National Press Secretary for health care at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, then joining the White House in 2015 as Assistant Press Secretary and spokesperson for a variety of policy areas, including health care, education, veterans' affairs, the Council on Women and Girls, and sports. She also has worked on Capitol Hill and at a public relations firm. She was honored in 2016 as one of Out Magazine's "OUT100" LGBTQ leaders, alongside her White House colleagues, for their work to advance equality.

A Nashville native, Hill graduated from the University of Virginia with a bachelor's degree in classical Greek, where she was an Echols Scholar. She and her wife, Andrea, are relocating from Washington, D.C. to New York.

229 High Schools Have Players Selected in 2021 NFL Draft

229 HIGH SCHOOLS HAVE PLAYERS SELECTED IN 2021 NFL DRAFT

AMERICAN HERITAGE (FL) AND IMG ACADEMY (FL) LEAD ALL HIGH SCHOOLS WITH SIX PLAYERS EACH

With the 2021 NFL Draft now concluded, the incoming class of drafted rookies will soon experience its first taste of NFL life.

And while the drafted rookies enter the NFL from a variety of different backgrounds, one thing they generally all have in common is an outstanding experience playing high school football.

A total of 229 high schools contributed to the 259 players selected in the seven rounds of the April 29-May 1 Draft.

“It’s great to see the football path continue for these prospects who represent 229 different high schools from around the country, and increasingly, the world,” said ROMAN OBEN, the NFL’s Vice President of Football Development. “We believe football is a great game that instills character, resiliency, and confidence in many young men and women, whether they end up playing on Sundays or not.”

AMERICAN HERITAGE (Florida) and IMG ACADEMY (Florida) led the way with six players each, while 14 high schools – ALLEN (Texas), ARCHBISHOP WOOD CATHOLIC (Pennsylvania), BINGHAM (Utah), BISHOP O’DOWD (California), EPISCOPAL (Texas), LAWRENCE CENTRAL (Indiana), LINCOLN (Ohio), MIAMI NORTHWESTERN (Florida), OAK RIDGE (Texas), PARKWAY (Louisiana), RANCHO CUCAMONGA (California), RIVERDALE BAPTIST (Maryland), SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS (Florida) and WESTLAKE (Texas) – each had two players selected.

IMG Academy ties for the lead after leading all high schools with four players selected in the 2020 NFL Draft last year.

“I think a huge reason for everybody wanting to go to IMG Academy is just being surrounded by the best players in the country,” said quarterback and Minnesota Vikings third-round pick KELLEN MOND, who attended the school alongside Jacksonville Jaguars third-round pick ANDRE CISCO, Carolina Panthers sixth-round pick THOMAS FLETCHER, Tampa Bay Buccaneers third-round pick ROBERT HAINSEY, Kansas City Chiefs fourth-round pick JOSHUA KAINDOH and Los Angeles Chargers third-round pick TRE’ MCKITTY. “All of the starters and everyone who was around there, everybody had dreams of going to the NFL and had dreams of being great college players. Just surrounding myself with people that had that mentality is exactly what I wanted as a football player.”

The breakdown of the 16 high schools that had multiple players drafted by NFL clubs:

HIGH SCHOOL 

TOTAL

PLAYERS (NFL TEAM/ROUND)

American Heritage (Plantation, FL)

6

Patrick Surtain (Denver/1); Tyson Campbell (Jacksonville/2); Anthony Schwartz (Cleveland/3); Marco Wilson (Arizona/4); Tedarrell Slaton (Green Bay/5); Khalil Herbert (Chicago/6)

IMG Academy (Bradenton, FL)

6

Andre Cisco (Jacksonville/3); Kellen Mond (Minnesota/3); Robert Hainsey (Tampa Bay/3); Tre’ McKitty (Los Angeles Chargers/3); Joshua Kaindoh (Kansas City/4); Thomas Fletcher (Carolina/6)

Allen (Allen, TX)

2

Levi Onwuzurike (Detroit/2); William Sherman (New England/6)

Archbishop Wood Catholic (Warminster, PA)

2

Kyle Pitts (Atlanta/1); Mark Webb (Los Angeles Chargers/7)

Bingham (South Jordan, UT)

2

Jay Tufele (Jacksonville/4); Dax Milne (Washington/7)

Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland, CA)

2

Alijah Vera-Tucker (New York Jets/1); Jevon Holland (Miami/2)

Episcopal (Bellaire, TX)

2

Jaylen Waddle (Miami/1); Walker Little (Jacksonville/2)

Lawrence Central (Indianapolis, IN)

2

Cameron McGrone (New England/5); Gerrid Doaks (Miami/7)

Lincoln (Gahanna, OH)

2

Camaron Cheeseman (Washington/6); Jonathon Cooper (Denver/7)

Miami Northwestern (Miami, FL)

2

Tutu Atwell (Los Angeles Rams/2); Rachad Wildgoose (Buffalo/6)

Oak Ridge (Conroe, TX)

2

Joseph Ossai (Cincinnati/3); Grant Stuard (Tampa Bay/7)

Parkway (Bossier City, LA)

2

Terrace Marshall (Carolina/2); Israel Mukuamu (Dallas/6)

Rancho Cucamonga (Alta Loma, CA)

2

Darren Hall (Atlanta/4); Thomas Graham (Chicago/6)

Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro, MD)

2

Christian Darrisaw (Minnesota/1); Zech McPhearson (Philadelphia/4)

Saint Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, FL)

2

Elijah Moore (New York Jets/2); Josh Palmer (Los Angeles Chargers/3)

Westlake (Austin, TX)

2

Kylen Granson (Indianapolis/4); Sam Ehlinger (Indianapolis/6)


STATES WITH MOST NFL PLAYERS DRAFTED IN 2021 PER CAPITA

STATE

POPULATION *

NFL PLAYERS

NFL PLAYERS PER CAPITA

Louisiana

4,657,757

13

 

1 NFL player per 358,289 people

Utah

3,271,616

7

 

1 NFL player per 467,374 people

Georgia

10,711,908

20

 

1 NFL player per 535,595 people

Florida

21,538,187

37

 

1 NFL player per 582,113 people

District of Columbia

689,545

1

 

1 NFL player per 689,545 people

 

 

 

 

 

UNITED STATES

331,449,281

257

 

1 NFL player per 1,289,696 people

* Based on most recent U.S. Census Data (2020)

STATE BREAKDOWN

STATE

PLAYERS DRAFTED

STATE

PLAYERS DRAFTED

Florida

37

Wisconsin

4

Texas

33

Illinois

3

Georgia

20

Kansas

3

California

19

Nevada

3

Louisiana

13

Oklahoma

3

North Carolina

10

South Carolina

3

Ohio

9

Connecticut

2

Michigan

8

New York

2

Pennsylvania

8

Arkansas

1

Alabama

7

Arizona

1

Utah

7

Idaho

1

Indiana

6

Iowa

1

Maryland

6

Nebraska

1

Oregon

6

Rhode Island

1

Virginia

6

South Dakota

1

Massachusetts

5

Washington

1

Tennessee

5

 

 

Kentucky

4

District of Columbia

1

Minnesota

4

 

 

Mississippi

4

International

2

Missouri

4

 

 

New Jersey

4

TOTAL

259


Some interesting notes on high schools in the 2021 NFL Draft
:

  • Thirty-eight states, as well as Washington, D.C., had at least one player drafted.

  • For the 15th time in the past 16 seasons, at least one player who attended high school outside of the United States was selected in the NFL Draft [RB Chuba Hubbard (Alberta, Canada) and DB Benjamin St-Juste (Quebec, Canada)]. It also marks the second consecutive year that multiple players from Canadian high schools were drafted.

  • Florida (37) and Texas (33) each had at least 30 players selected, marking the first year since 2016 that features two states with at least 30 players selected. That year it was also Florida (30) and Texas (32).
     
  • Florida leads all states in drafted players for the third time in the past four years.

  • Florida and Georgia lead all states with five first-round selections each.

  • American Heritage and IMG Academy each having six players selected is the highest total for any school in a single NFL Draft since at least 2013.

The 2021 NFL Draft broken down by state listing of high schools:

ALABAMA (7)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

LB K.J. Britt

Tampa Bay (5)

Auburn

Oxford

G Deonte Brown

Carolina (6)

Alabama

Austin (Decatur)

WR Nico Collins

Houston (3)

Michigan

Clay Chalkville (Pinson)

K Evan McPherson

Cincinnati (5)

Florida

Fort Payne

LB Monty Rice

Tennessee (3)

Georgia

James Clemens (Huntsville)

WR Kadarius Toney

New York Giants (1)

Florida

M T Blount (Prichard)

WR Seth Williams

Denver (6)

Auburn

Paul W. Bryant (Cottondale)


ARIZONA (1
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DT Roy Lopez

Houston (6)

Arizona

Mesquite (Gilbert)


ARKANSAS (1
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DB Tre Norwood

Pittsburgh (7)

Oklahoma

Northside (Fort Smith)


CALIFORNIA (19
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

G Aaron Banks

San Francisco (2)

Notre Dame

El Cerrito

QB Ian Book

New Orleans (4)

Notre Dame

Oak Ridge (El Dorado Hills)

DB Camryn Bynum

Minnesota (4)

California

Centennial (Corona)

C Drew Dalman

Atlanta (4)

Stanford

Palma (Salinas)

G Wyatt Davis

Minnesota (3)

Ohio State

St. John Bosco (Bellflower)

RB Demetric Felton

Cleveland (6)

UCLA

Great Oak (Temecula)

DB Thomas Graham

Chicago (6)

Oregon

Rancho Cucamonga (Alta Loma)

DB Darren Hall

Atlanta (4)

San Diego State

Rancho Cucamonga (Alta Loma)

RB Najee Harris

Pittsburgh (1)

Alabama

Antioch

DB Jevon Holland

Miami (2)

Oregon

Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland)

RB Jermar Jefferson

Detroit (7)

Oregon State

Narbonne (Harbor City)

DB Deommodore Lenoir

San Francisco (5)

Oregon

Salesian (Los Angeles)

DE Jaelan Phillips

Miami (1)

Miami (FL)

Redlands East Valley (Redlands)

WR Amon-Ra St. Brown

Detroit (4)

Southern California

Mater Dei (Santa Ana)

DB Keith Taylor

Carolina (5)

Washington

Servite (Anaheim)

G Alijah Vera-Tucker

New York Jets (1)

Southern California

Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland)

DB Chris Wilcox

Tampa Bay (7)

Brigham Young

Roosevelt (Fresno)

DB Avery Williams

Atlanta (5)

Boise State

Jserra Catholic (San Juan Capistrano)

DB Nahshon Wright

Dallas (3)

Oregon State

James Logan (Union City)


CONNECTICUT (2
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

TE Ben Mason

Baltimore (5)

Michigan

Newtown (Sandy Hook)

DB Jason Pinnock

New York Jets (5)

Pittsburgh

Windsor


FLORIDA (37
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

WR Tutu Atwell

Los Angeles Rams (2)

Louisville

Miami Northwestern (Miami)

DB Tyson Campbell

Jacksonville (2)

Georgia

American Heritage (Plantation)

RB Michael Carter

New York Jets (4)

North Carolina

Navarre

DB Andre Cisco

Jacksonville (3)

Syracuse

IMG Academy (Bradenton)

DB Shawn Davis

Indianapolis (5)

Florida

Miami Southridge Senior (Miami)

LS Thomas Fletcher

Carolina (6)

Alabama

IMG Academy (Bradenton)

T Stone Forsythe

Seattle (6)

Florida

West Orange (Winter Garden)

DB Tyree Gillespie

Las Vegas (4)

Missouri

Vanguard (Ocala)

DB Richie Grant

Atlanta (2)

Central Florida

Choctawhatchee (Fort Walton Beach)

T Robert Hainsey

Tampa Bay (3)

Notre Dame

IMG Academy (Bradenton)

TE Jacob Harris

Los Angeles Rams (4)

Central Florida

Palm Harbor University (Palm Harbor)

RB Khalil Herbert

Chicago (6)

Virginia Tech

American Heritage (Plantation)

DB Shemar Jean-Charles

Green Bay (5)

Appalachian State

Miramar

DB Jamar Johnson

Denver (5)

Indiana

Riverview

QB Mac Jones

New England (1)

Alabama

Bolles (Jacksonville)

DE Joshua Kaindoh

Kansas City (4)

Florida State

IMG Academy (Bradenton)

T Alex Leatherwood

Las Vegas (1)

Alabama

Booker T. Washington (Pensacola)

TE Tre’ McKitty

Los Angeles Chargers (3)

Georgia

IMG Academy (Bradenton)

QB Kellen Mond

Minnesota (3)

Texas A&M

IMG Academy (Bradenton)

WR Elijah Moore

New York Jets (2)

Mississippi

Saint Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)

DB Greg Newsome

Cleveland (1)

Northwestern

Bradenton Bayshore (Bradenton)

WR Tre Nixon

New England (7)

Central Florida

Viera

WR Josh Palmer

Los Angeles Chargers (3)

Tennessee

Saint Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)

DB Aaron Robinson

New York Giants (3)

Central Florida

Deerfield Beach

DE Janarius Robinson

Minnesota (4)

Florida State

Panama City Christian (Panama City)

DE Gregory Rousseau

Buffalo (1)

Miami (FL)

Monarch (Coconut Creek)

LB Chris Rumph

Los Angeles Chargers (4)

Duke

Bucholz (Gainesville)

DB Asante Samuel

Los Angeles Chargers (2)

Florida State

Saint Andrew’s (Boca Raton)

WR Anthony Schwartz

Cleveland (3)

Auburn

American Heritage (Plantation)

LB Jamien Sherwood

New York Jets (5)

Auburn

Jensen Beach

DT Tedarrell Slaton

Green Bay (5)

Florida

American Heritage (Plantation)

DB Patrick Surtain

Denver (1)

Alabama

American Heritage (Plantation)

DB Shaun Wade

Baltimore (5)

Ohio State

Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville)

LB Rashad Weaver

Tennessee (4)

Pittsburgh

Cooper City

DB James Wiggins

Arizona (7)

Cincinnati

South Dade (Homestead)

DB Rachad Wildgoose

Buffalo (6)

Wisconsin

Miami Northwestern (Miami)

DB Marco Wilson

Arizona (4)

Florida

American Heritage (Plantation)


GEORGIA (20
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

WR Kawaan Baker

New Orleans (7)

South Alabama

Hapeville Charter Career Academy (Atlanta)

WR Rashod Bateman

Baltimore (1)

Minnesota

Tift County (Tifton)

WR Jalen Camp

Jacksonville (6)

Georgia Tech

South Forsyth (Cumming)

DB Michael Carter

New York Jets (5)

Duke

South Paulding (Paulding County)

G Ben Cleveland

Baltimore (3)

Georgia

Stephens County (Toccoa)

LB Jamin Davis

Washington (1)

Kentucky

Long County (Ludowici)

QB Justin Fields

Chicago (1)

Ohio State

Harrison (Kennesaw)

DB Tay Gowan

Arizona (6)

Central Florida

Newton County (Covington)

C Trey Hill

Cincinnati (6)

Georgia

Houston County (Warner Robbins)

DB Jaycee Horn

Carolina (1)

South Carolina

Alpharetta

LB Ernest Jones

Los Angeles Rams (3)

South Carolina

Ware County (Waycross)

QB Trevor Lawrence

Jacksonville (1)

Clemson

Cartersville

DB Richard LeCounte

Cleveland (5)

Georgia

Liberty County (Hinesville)

QB Davis Mills

Houston (3)

Stanford

Greater Atlanta Christian (Norcross)

LB Azeez Ojulari

New York Giants (2)

Georgia

Marietta

DE Cameron Sample

Cincinnati (4)

Tulane

Shiloh (Snelville)

RB Trey Sermon

San Francisco (3)

Ohio State

Sprayberry (Marietta)

T D’Ante Smith

Cincinnati (4)

East Carolina

Grovetown

LB Jordan Smith

Jacksonville (4)

Alabama-Birmingham

Lithonia

TE Tommy Tremble

Carolina (3)

Notre Dame

Wesleyan (Peachtree Corners)


IDAHO (1
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

NT Tommy Togiai

Cleveland (4)

Ohio State

Highland (Pocatello)


ILLINOIS (3
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

C Kendrick Green

Pittsburgh (3)

Illinois

Peoria

T Royce Newman

Green Bay (4)

Mississippi

Nashville Community (Nashville)

LB Nick Niemann

Los Angeles Chargers (6)

Iowa

Sycamore


INDIANA (6
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

RB Gerrid Doaks

Miami (7)

Cincinnati

Lawrence Central (Indianapolis)

WR D’Wayne Eskridge

Seattle (2)

Western Michigan

Bluffton

RB Chris Evans

Cincinnati (6)

Michigan

Ben Davis (Indianapolis)

LB Cameron McGrone

New England (5)

Michigan

Lawrence Central (Indianapolis)

WR Ben Skowronek

Los Angeles Rams (7)

Notre Dame

Homestead (Fort Wayne)

LB Pete Werner

New Orleans (2)

Ohio State

Cathedral (Indianapolis)


IOWA (1
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

T Spencer Brown

Buffalo (3)

Northern Iowa

Lenox Community (Lenox)


KANSAS (3
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DE Wyatt Hubert

Cincinnati (7)

Kansas State

Shawnee Heights (Tecumseh)

T Teven Jenkins

Chicago (2)

Oklahoma State

Topeka

DE Isaiahh Loudermilk

Pittsburgh (5)

Wisconsin

West Elk (Howard)


KENTUCKY (4
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

LB Derrick Barnes

Detroit (4)

Purdue

Holy Cross (Louisville)

DB Nate Hobbs

Las Vegas (5)

Illinois

Louisville Male (Louisville)

WR Rondale Moore

Arizona (2)

Purdue

Trinity (Louisville)

T Landon Young

New Orleans (6)

Kentucky

Lafayette (Lexington)


LOUISIANA (13
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

WR Ja’Marr Chase

Cincinnati (1)

LSU

Archbishop Rummel (Metairie)

RB Travis Etienne

Jacksonville (1)

Clemson

Jennings

DB Kelvin Joseph

Dallas (2)

Kentucky

Scotlandville Manget (Baton Rouge)

WR Terrace Marshall

Carolina (2)

LSU

Parkway (Bossier City)

WR Racey McMath

Tennessee (6)

LSU

Edna Karr (New Orleans)

RB Elijah Mitchell

San Francisco (6)

Louisiana-Lafayette

Erath

DB Israel Mukuamu

Dallas (6)

South Carolina

Parkway (Bossier City)

DB Robert Rochell

Los Angeles Rams (4)

Central Arkansas

Fair Park (Shreveport)

NT Tyler Shelvin

Cincinnati (4)

LSU

Notre Dame (Crowley)

WR DeVonta Smith

Philadelphia (1)

Alabama

Amite

WR Marquez Stevenson

Buffalo (6)

Houston

Northwood (Lena)

LB Garret Wallow

Houston (5)

TCU

John Curtis Christian (New Orleans)

DB Rodarius Williams

New York Giants (6)

Oklahoma State

Calvary Baptist (Shreveport)


MARYLAND (6
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

RB Gary Brightwell

New York Giants (6)

Arizona

St. Frances (Baltimore)

T Christian Darrisaw

Minnesota (1)

Virginia Tech

Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro)

LB Victor Dimukeje

Arizona (6)

Duke

Boys’ Latin (Baltimore)

RB Jake Funk

Los Angeles Rams (7)

Maryland

Damascus

DB Zech McPhearson

Philadelphia (4)

Texas Tech

Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro)

LB Quincy Roche

Pittsburgh (6)

Miami (FL)

New Town (Owings Mills)


MASSACHUSETTS (5
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

T Larnel Coleman

Miami (7)

Massachusetts

Saint Clement’s (Somerville)

TE Pat Freiermuth

Pittsburgh (2)

Penn State

Brooks (North Andover)

TE Noah Gray

Kansas City (5)

Duke

Leominster

TE Hunter Long

Miami (3)

Boston College

Deerfield

DB Ifeatu Melifonwu

Detroit (3)

Syracuse

Grafton


MICHIGAN (8
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

T Larry Borom

Chicago (5)

Missouri

Brother Rice (Bloomfield Hills)

WR Dez Fitzpatrick

Tennessee (4)

Louisville

Waterford Mott (Waterford)

DE Chauncey Golston

Dallas (3)

Iowa

East English Village Preparatory (Detroit)

LB Daelin Hayes

Baltimore (5)

Notre Dame

Skyline (Ann Arbor)

G Jalen Mayfield

Atlanta (3)

Michigan

Catholic Central (Grand Rapids)

T Jaylon Moore

San Francisco (5)

Western Michigan

Consortium College Prep (Detroit)

LB Adetokunbo Ogundeji

Atlanta (5)

Notre Dame

Walled Lake Central (Walled Lake)

DB Ambry Thomas

San Francisco (3)

Michigan

Martin Luther King (Detroit)


MINNESOTA (4
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

T Tommy Doyle

Buffalo (5)

Miami (Ohio)

Edina (Minneapolis)

QB Trey Lance

San Francisco (1)

North Dakota State

Marshall

T Dillon Radunz

Tennessee (2)

North Dakota State

Becker

LB Elerson Smith

New York Giants (4)

Northern Iowa

South (Minneapolis)


MISSISSIPPI (4
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DB Brandin Echols

New York Jets (6)

Kentucky

Southaven

RB Kenneth Gainwell

Philadelphia (5)

Memphis

Yazoo County (Yazoo City)

RB Kylin Hill

Green Bay (7)

Mississippi State

Columbus

DE Marquiss Spencer

Denver (7)

Mississippi State

Greenwood


MISSOURI (4
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DE William Bradley-King

Washington (7)

Baylor

Hogan (Kansas City)

LB Jabril Cox

Dallas (4)

LSU

Raytown

TE Zach Davidson

Minnesota (5)

Central Missouri

Webb City

DE Ronnie Perkins

New England (3)

Oklahoma

Lutheran North (St. Louis)


NEBRASKA (1
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DB Eric Stokes

Green Bay (1)

Georgia

Lincoln East (Lincoln)


NEVADA (3
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

LB Tony Fields

Cleveland (5)

West Virginia

Las Vegas

TE Brevin Jordan

Houston (5)

Miami (FL)

Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)

RB Rhamondre Stevenson

New England (4)

Oklahoma

Centennial (Las Vegas)


NEW JERSEY (4
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

WR Frank Darby

Atlanta (6)

Arizona State

Lincoln (Jersey City)

T Will Fries

Indianapolis (7)

Penn State

Cranford

LB Jayson Oweh

Baltimore (1)

Penn State

Blair Academy (Blairstown)

WR Ihmir Smith-Marsette

Minnesota (5)

Iowa

Weequahic (Newark)


NEW YORK (2
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DE Malcolm Koonce

Las Vegas (3)

Buffalo

Archbishop Stepinac (White Plains)

LB Isaiah McDuffie

Green Bay (6)

Boston College

Bennett (Buffalo)


NORTH CAROLINA (10
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

WR Dyami Brown

Washington (3)

North Carolina

West Mecklenburg (Charlotte)

LB Divine Deablo

Las Vegas (3)

Virginia Tech

Mount Tabor (Winston-Salem)

G Landon Dickerson

Philadelphia (2)

Alabama

South Caldwell (Hudson)

DB Caleb Farley

Tennessee (1)

Virginia Tech

Maiden

DT Alim McNeil

Detroit (3)

North Carolina State

Sanderson (Raleigh)

LB Hamsah Nasirildeen

New York Jets (6)

Florida State

Concord

WR Cornell Powell

Kansas City (5)

Clemson

J H Rose (Greenville)

RB Larry Rountree

Los Angeles Chargers (6)

Missouri

Millbrook (Raleigh)

LB Chazz Surratt

Minnesota (3)

North Carolina

East Lincoln (Denver)

RB Javonte Williams

Denver (2)

North Carolina

Wallace-Rose (Teachey)


OHIO (9
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

T Jackson Carman

Cincinnati (2)

Clemson

Fairfield Senior (Fairfield)

LS Camaron Cheeseman

Washington (6)

Michigan

Lincoln (Gahanna)

LB Jonathon Cooper

Denver (7)

Ohio State

Lincoln (Gahanna)

T Liam Eichenberg

Miami (2)

Notre Dame

Saint Ignatius (Cleveland)

TE Luke Farrell

Jacksonville (5)

Ohio State

Perry

DB Darrick Forrest

Washington (5)

Cincinnati

Walnut Ridge (Columbus)

DT Phil Hoskins

Carolina (7)

Kentucky

Whitmer (Toledo)

T James Hudson

Cleveland (4)

Cincinnati

Central Catholic (Toledo)

C Josh Myers

Green Bay (2)

Ohio State

Miamisburg


OKLAHOMA (3
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DB Tre Brown

Seattle (4)

Oklahoma

Union (Tulsa)

LB Zaven Collins

Arizona (1)

Tulsa

Hominy

C Creed Humphrey

Kansas City (2)

Oklahoma

Shawnee


OREGON (6
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

TE John Bates

Washington (4)

Boise State

Lebanon

DB Brady Breeze

Tennessee (6)

Oregon

Central Catholic (Portland)

DB Talanoa Hufanga

San Francisco (5)

Southern California

Crescent Valley (Corvallis)

DB Elijah Molden

Tennessee (3)

Washington

West Linn

DT Osa Odighizuwa

Dallas (3)

UCLA

David Douglas (Portland)

DT Marlon Tuipulotu

Philadelphia (6)

Southern California

Central (Independence)


PENNSYLVANIA (8
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DT Christian Barmore

New England (2)

Alabama

Saints John Neumann and Maria Goretti Catholic (Philadelphia)

DB Damar Hamlin

Buffalo (6)

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Central Catholic (Pittsburgh)

C Michal Menet

Arizona (7)

Penn State

Exeter Township Senior (Reading)

C Jimmy Morrissey

Las Vegas (7)

Pittsburgh

Lasalle (Wyndmoor)

LB Micah Parsons

Dallas (1)

Penn State

Harrisburg

TE Kyle Pitts

Atlanta (1)

Florida

Archbishop Wood Catholic (Warminster)

DE Shaka Toney

Washington (7)

Penn State

Imhotep (Philadelphia)

DB Mark Webb

Los Angeles Chargers (7)

Georgia

Archbishop Wood Catholic (Warminister)


RHODE ISLAND (1
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DE Kwity Paye

Indianapolis (1)

Michigan

Bishop Hendricken (Warwick)


SOUTH CAROLINA (3
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

P Pressley Harvin

Pittsburgh (7)

Georgia Tech

Sumter

DE Tarron Jackson

Philadelphia (6)

Coastal Carolina

Silver Bluff (Aiken)

WR Shi Smith

Carolina (6)

South Carolina

Union County (Union)


SOUTH DAKOTA (1)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

G Matt Farniok

Dallas (7)

Nebraska

Washington (Sioux Falls)



TENNESSEE (5
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

NT Quinton Bohanna

Dallas (6)

Kentucky

Cordova

LB Patrick Johnson

Philadelphia (7)

Tulane

Notre Dame (Chattanooga)

WR Amari Rodgers

Green Bay (3)

Clemson

Knoxville Catholic (Knoxville)

G Trey Smith

Kansas City (6)

Tennessee

University School of Jackson (Jackson)

LB JaCoby Stevens

Philadelphia (6)

LSU

Oakland (Murfreesboro)


TEXAS (33
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

DB Paulson Adebo

New Orleans (3)

Stanford

Mansfield

G Jack Anderson

Buffalo (7)

Texas Tech

Frisco

DB Joshuah Bledsoe

New England (6)

Missouri

Dekaney (Houston)

LB Nick Bolton

Kansas City (2)

Missouri

Lone Star (Frisco)

NT Bobby Brown

Los Angeles Rams (4)

Texas A&M

Lamar (Arlington)

DE Earnest Brown

Los Angeles Rams (5)

Northwestern

Billy Ryan (Denton)

LB Baron Browning

Denver (3)

Ohio State

Kennedale

T Samuel Cosmi

Washington (2)

Texas

Atascocita (Humble)

WR Jaelon Darden

Tampa Bay (4)

North Texas

Dwight D. Eisenhower (Houston)

QB Sam Ehlinger

Indianapolis (6)

Texas

Westlake (Austin)

DE Ta’Quon Graham

Atlanta (5)

Texas

Temple

TE Kylen Granson

Indianapolis (4)

Southern Methodist

Westlake (Austin)

G Brenden Jaimes

Los Angeles Chargers (5)

Nebraska

Lake Travis (Austin)

LB Buddy Johnson

Pittsburgh (4)

Texas A&M

Justin F. Kimball (Dallas)

T Walker Little

Jacksonville (2)

Stanford

Episcopal (Bellaire)

DT Jonathan Marshall

New York Jets (6)

Arkansas

Shepherd

DB Trevon Moehrig

Las Vegas (2)

TCU

Smithson Valley (Spring Branch)

T Dan Moore

Pittsburgh (4)

Texas A&M

West Brook Sr. (Beaumont)

RB Kene Nwangwu

Minnesota (4)

Iowa State

Heritage Christian (Cleveland)

DE Dayo Odeyingbo

Indianapolis (2)

Vanderbilt

Carrollton Christian Academy (Carrollton)

DT Levi Onwuzurike

Detroit (2)

Washington

Allen

DE Joseph Ossai

Cincinnati (3)

Texas

Oak Ridge (Conroe)

G William Sherman

New England (6)

Colorado

Allen

T Rashawn Slater

Los Angeles Chargers (1)

Northwestern

Clements (Sugar Land)

DB Brandon Stephens

Baltimore (3)

Southern Methodist

Plano Senior (Plano)

DB Caden Sterns

Denver (5)

Texas

Byron P. Steele II (Cibolo)

LB Grant Stuard

Tampa Bay (7)

Houston

Oak Ridge (Conroe)

QB Kyle Trask

Tampa Bay (2)

Florida

Manvel

DE Payton Turner

New Orleans (1)

Houston

Westside (Houston)

DB Kary Vincent

Denver (7)

LSU

Memorial (Port Arthur)

WR Jaylen Waddle

Miami (1)

Alabama

Episcopal (Bellaire)

WR Tylan Wallace

Baltimore (4)

Oklahoma State

South Hills (Fort Worth)

DT Milton Williams

Philadelphia (3)

Louisiana Tech

Crowley


UTAH (7
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

T Brady Christensen

Carolina (3)

Brigham Young

Bountiful

WR Simi Fehoko

Dallas (5)

Stanford

Brighton (Salt Lake City)

WR Dax Milne

Washington (7)

Brigham Young

Bingham (South Jordan)

T Penei Sewell

Detroit (1)

Oregon

Desert Hills (St. George)

NT Khyiris Tonga

Chicago (7)

Brigham Young

Granger (Salt Lake City)

DT Jay Tufele

Jacksonville (4)

Southern California

Bingham (South Jordan)

QB Zach Wilson

New York Jets (1)

Brigham Young

Corner Canyon (Draper)


VIRGINIA (6
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

T Josh Ball

Dallas (4)

Marshall

Stafford (Fredericksburg)

DE Carlos Basham

Buffalo (2)

Wake Forest

Northside (Roanoke)

DE Patrick Jones

Minnesota (3)

Pittsburgh

Grassfield (Chesapeake)

WR Dazz Newsome

Chicago (6)

North Carolina

Hampton

LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah

Cleveland (2)

Notre Dame

Bethel (Hampton)

WR Mike Strachan

Indianapolis (7)

Charleston (W. Va.)

Liberty Christian Academy (Lynchburg)


WASHINGTON (1
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE

HIGH SCHOOL (CITY)

LB Joe Tryon

Tampa Bay (1)

Washington

Hazen (Renton)


WASHINGTON D.C. (1
)

PLAYER

NFL TEAM (ROUND)

COLLEGE