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High school sports: Southern California regionals announced; No NorCal regionals, state track and field meet - HIGHSCORE
High school sports: Southern California regionals announced; No NorCal regionals, state track and field meet
The California Interscholastic Federation announced Wednesday its plan to hold one-week Southern California regional playoffs in seven sports, including basketball, baseball and softball, starting June 5 and ending June 26. The other sports include soccer, tennis, boys volleyball and golf.

Because only two of six Northern California sections — Central Coast and Oakland — are even holding playoffs, there will be no Northern California regionals. That also means for a second straight year there will be no state track and field or state swimming and diving championships.

The 2021 state track and field meet, scheduled for Buchanan High school in Clovis, would have been the 102nd in history. 

The CIF, which only takes over playoffs at the regional and state level, had no choice. The organization's hands were tied. Section champions feed into the regional playoffs and with no champs to advance, regionals were impossible. 

"Ultimately with only CCS and Oakland offering playoffs, regional playoffs in the North weren't feasible," CIF Executive Director Ron Nocetti said. "We wanted to wait as long as possible to make sure there were no update or changes (with the sections)."

Though disappointed that his athletes can't move on, CCS commissioner Dave Grissom said he's heard no complaints.

"This pandemic has been absolutely life changing and life altering for so many families," he said. "In the big scheme of things, for there not to be Northern California championships is OK. It's completely OK. It's just one of those things. It was impossible to pull off. I haven't heard one coach, athletic director or school be upset about it."
San Diego Section powers Mater Dei Catholic and Cathedral Catholic figure to reach the Southern California championships, which conclude June 26. Mater Dei Catholic is ranked 19th nationally by MaxPreps.
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San Diego Section powers Mater Dei Catholic and Cathedral Catholic figure to reach the Southern California championships, which conclude June 26. Mater Dei Catholic is ranked 19th nationally by MaxPreps.
All four Southern California sections — the Southern, San Diego, Los Angeles and Central — will finish up their playoffs in late May or early June and then enter a one-week regional playoff.

The section playoffs must be completed by the following dates in these respective sports: boys and girls soccer (May 29), boys and girls team tennis (May 29), boys volleyball (June 5), boys and girls golf (June 12), boys and girls basketball (June 12), baseball (June 19) and softball (June 19).

The last date for regional championships for each sport: boys and girls soccer (June 5), boys and girls team tennis (June 5), boys volleyball (June 12), boys and girls golf (June 15), boys and girls basketball (June 19), baseball (June 26) and softball (June 26).

With just one week to complete tournaments, each bracket will be no more than eight teams. That will create many more brackets than normally, especially in basketball.

Teams and student athletes will likely be faced with many conflicts, concerning both graduation and club teams. Nocetti is hoping for flexibility in all cases.

"We understand that section championships are top priority," Nocetti said. "But we hope those teams communicate as soon as possible their plans on participation at regionals."

The Southern California baseball and softball regionals should be very interest. Currently, three SoCal teams are in the MaxPreps Top 25 national baseball rankings and four SoCal softball squads are among the nation's 25 best.
CIF's announcement and schedule released Wednesday about Southern and Northern California playoffs.
CIF's announcement and schedule released Wednesday about Southern and Northern California playoffs.


NFHS Network offers free Pixellot units to live stream high school sporting events - HIGHSCORE
NFHS Network offers free Pixellot units to live stream high school sporting events
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The NFHS Network, the leader in streaming live and on-demand high school sports, is offering two free Pixellot automated-production units for schools.

The Tuesday announcement is in response to the fallout from COVID-19 and the fact fans might not be allowed to attend many live high school sporting events in the 2020-21 season.

"We recognize that the next several years will be challenging for our high schools and state associations," said Mark Koski, CEO of the NFHS Network. "Many are facing budget cuts and reduced resources, and attendance at athletic and other school events may be restricted.

"From the NFHS Network's inception seven years ago, we have been driven by the goal to create a platform that showcases every high school event across every sport and every level of competition. Consistent with this goal, we want the High School Support Program to demonstrate our continued commitment to help our partner schools manage through the inevitable complications created by COVID-19."

See the complete release here.
Georgia's top-ranked team from 2019 Marietta takes the field for a big game.
File photo by Will Fagan
Georgia's top-ranked team from 2019 Marietta takes the field for a big game.
Georgia high school girls basketball star Raven Johnson to play against the boys at Allen Iverson Roundball Classic - HIGHSCORE
Georgia high school girls basketball star Raven Johnson to play against the boys at Allen Iverson Roundball Classic
While other high school basketball all-star games have gone by the wayside this spring due to the ongoing pandemic, the Allen Iverson Roundball Classic is moving forward. The contest will be played May 8 at Bartlett High School just outside of Memphis, Tenn., with former NBA standouts Matt Barnes, Stephen Jackson, Rasheed Wallace and Bonzi Wells serving as coaches.

Among the storylines will be Atlanta girls basketball star Raven Johnson stepping on the floor to compete with the best boys players in the country. The 5-foot-8 point guard has led Westlake to back-to-back unbeaten state championship seasons and is headed to South Carolina to play for head coach Dawn Staley next year.

MaxPreps National Player of the Year candidates TyTy Washington and Chet Holmgren are among the other headliners expected to compete.

Complete rosters are included below. For more information and tickets, visit IversonClassic.com.

Team Loyalty
Paolo Banchero, F, O'Dea (Seattle, Wash.) – Headed to Duke
Matthew Cleveland, F, Pace Academy (Atlanta, Ga.) – Florida State
Jerddarian Davison, G, Calhoun (Letohatchee, Ala.) – Alabama
A.J. Griffin, F, Archbishop Stepinac (White Plains, N.Y.) – Duke
Tyrese Hunter, G, St. Catherine's (Racine, Wis.) – Iowa State
Raven Johnson, G, Westlake (Atlanta, Ga.) – South Carolina
Johnathan Lawson, F, Houston (Germantown, Tenn.) – Oregon
Bryce McGowens, G, Legacy Early College (Greenville, S.C.) – Nebraska
Hunter Sallis, G, Millard North (Omaha, Neb.) – Gonzaga
Terquavion Smith, G, Farmville Central (Farmville, N.C.) – North Carolina State
TyTy Washington, G, AZ Compass Prep (Chandler, Ariz.) – Undecided
Peyton Watson, F, Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.) – UCLA
Benny WilIiams, F, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) – Syracuse

Team Honor
Jaden Akins, G, Sunrise Christian Academy (Bel Aire, Kan.) – Headed to Michigan State
Trey Alexander, G, Heritage Hall (Oklahoma City, Okla.) – Auburn
Kendall Brown, F, Sunrise Christian Academy – Baylor
Ahamed Bynum, G, Simeon (Chicago, Ill.) – DePaul
Kennedy Chandler, G, Sunrise Christian Academy – Tennessee
Daimion Collins, F, Atlanta (Texas) – Kentucky
Michael Foster Jr., F, Hillcrest Prep (Phoenix, Ariz.) – Undecided
Nolan Hickman, G, Wasatch Academy (Mt. Pleasant, Utah) – Kentucky
Chet Holmgren, C, Minnehaha Academy (Minneapolis, Minn.) – Undecided
Jordan Longino, G/F, Germantown Academy (Fort Washington, Pa.) – Villanova
Joshua Minott, F, Saint Andrew's (Boca Raton, Fla.) – Memphis
Kowacie Reeves Jr., G, Westside (Macon, Ga.) – Florida
Daeshun Ruffin, G, Callaway (Jackson, Miss.) – Mississippi
Top 50 high schools with the most combined players in MLB, NBA and NFL - HIGHSCORE
Top 50 high schools with the most combined players in MLB, NBA and NFL
Due to the pandemic, sports fans were treated to meaningful professional football, basketball and baseball games all at the same time. During the first two weeks of October, the regular football season was in full swing, the Lakers and Heat were battling in the NBA finals and four MLB teams were competing for the chance to reach the World Series. Which led us to wonder which schools have produced the most NFL, MLB and NBA athletes.

A quick look at sources like Pro Football Reference, Basketball Reference and the Baseball Cube gave us the answer. Not surprisingly, Long Beach Poly (Calif.) is the overall leader. With 58 former and current NFL players, eight NBA players and 20 MLB players, the Jackrabbits have 86 total athletes in those three professional leagues.

The next two schools on the list — Fork Union Military and Hargrave Military — come with a caveat. While both schools produce four-year high school athletes, they also allow for a fifth-year senior. As a result, some of their numbers are inflated due to the presence of a fifth-year senior who completed his four years of regular schooling at another high school. Fork Union is No. 2 on the list with 74 athletes (including 70 in the NFL) and Hargrave has 49. DeMatha Catholic, a traditional four-year private school, is tied with Hargrave at No. 3 with 49 athletes.

California — particularly Southern California — is home to the majority of the schools on the list. A total of 23 schools from California make the list with 20 of them from Southern California (and San Diego). Florida is next on the list with nine schools.

Schools are listed with the overall number, a breakdown of the number of athletes per sport and some of the more notable professional athletes from the school.
Nick Bosa, St. Thomas Aquinas
File photo by Stuart Browning
Nick Bosa, St. Thomas Aquinas
Schools With Most Pro Athletes

1. Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.) — 86
NFL: 58
NBA: 8
MLB: 20
Notable: NFL — DeSean Jackson, Jurrell Casey, Marcedes Lewis, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Willie McGinest, Carl Weathers (aka Apollo Creed); NBA — Jordan Bell, Mack Calvin, Tyus Edney; MLB — Milton Bradley, Tony Gwynn, Chris Gwynn, Randy Moffitt, Chase Utley.

NFL: 70
NBA: 3
MLB: 1
Notable: NFL — Carlos Hyde, Michael Thomas, Anthony Castonzo, Vinny Testaverde, Plaxico Burress, Eddie George; NBA — Shammond Williams, Khyri Thomas.

3. Hargrave Military Academy (Chatham, Va.) — 49
NFL:
32
NBA: 15
MLB: 2
Notable: NFL — Leonard Floyd, Shaq Lawson, Torry Holt; NBA — Terry Rozier, Josh Howard, Montrezl Harrell; Marreese Speights.

3. DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.) — 49
NFL: 28
NBA: 19
MLB: 2
Notable: NFL — Cameron Wake, Cyrus Kouandjio, Brian Westbrook; NBA — Kenny Carr, Adrian Dantley, Danny Ferry, Markelle Fultz, Sidney Lowe, Jerrod Mustaf, Victor Oladipo, Keith Boggans.

5. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) — 47
NFL: 37
NBA: 0
MLB: 10
Notable: NFL — Geno Atkins, Joey Bosa, Nick Bosa, Lamarcus Joyner, James White, Michael Irvin; MLB — Tyler Greene.

5. Compton (Calif.) — 47
NFL: 23
NBA: 7
MLB: 17
Notable: NFL — Datone Jones, Robin Cole, Roy Jefferson, Marv Fleming; NBA — DeMar DeRozan, Woody Sauldsberry; MLB — Gary Ward, Duke Snider.

5. Fremont (Los Angeles) — 47
NFL: 19
NBA: 3
MLB: 25
Notable: NFL — David Fulcher, Ricky Bell; NBA — Curtis Rowe, Joe Caldwell; MLB — Willie Crawford, Eric Davis, Bobby Doerr, Dan Ford, George Hendrick, Chet Lemon, Bobby Tolan.

8. Dorsey (Los Angeles) — 45
NFL: 33
NBA: 2
MLB: 10
Notable: NFL — Keyshawn Johnson, Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Butch Johnson; MLB — Sparky Anderson, Chili Davis, Derrel Thomas.

9. Male (Louisville, Ky.) — 40
NFL: 28
NBA: 8
MLB: 4
Notable: NFL — Chris Redman, Michael Bush; NBA — Darrell Griffith, Ralph Beard, Winston Bennett; MLB — Dixie Howell.

10. Crenshaw (Los Angeles) — 39
NFL: 25
NBA: 9
MLB: 5
Notable: NFL — De'Anthony Thomas, Brandon Mebane, Wendell Tyler; NBA — John Williams, Kevin Ollie, Marques Johnson; MLB — Chris Brown, Darryl Strawberry, Ellis Valentine.

11. Northwestern (Miami) — 38
NFL: 35
NBA: 2
MLB: 1
Notable: NFL — Teddy Bridgewater, Amari Cooper, Antonio Bryant, Marvin Jones; MLB — Mickey Rivers.

12. McKinley (Canton, Ohio) — 37
NFL: 30
NBA: 6
MLB: 1
Notable: NFL — Percy Snow, Wayne Fontes, Marion Motley; NBA — Eric Snow, Phil Hubbard, Gary Grant.

13. Berkeley (Calif.) — 36
NFL: 18
NBA: 3
MLB: 15
Notable: NFL — Chidi Ahanotu, Je'Rod Cherry, Larry McGrew; NBA — Phil Chenier, Don Barksdale; MLB — Shooty Babitt, Glenn Burke, Chick Hafey, Billy Martin, Claudell Washington.

14. St. Augustine (New Orleans) — 35
NFL: 32
NBA: 3
MLB: 0
Notable: NFL — Leonard Fournette, Tyrann Mathieu, Trai Turner, Leroy Hoard; NBA — Avery Johnson, Kerry Kittles, Donald Royal.

15. Lane Tech (Chicago) — 33
NFL: 18
NBA: 2
MLB: 13
Notable: NFL — Laken Tomlinson, Fritz Pollard, Cyron Brown.

15. Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.) — 33
NFL: 0
NBA: 33
MLB: 0
Notable: NBA — Rod Strickland, Jerry Stackhouse, Rajon Rondo, Stephen Jackson, Brandon Jennings, DeSagana Diop, Carmelo Anthony.

17. Manual Arts (Los Angeles) — 32
NFL: 19
NBA: 5
MLB: 8
Notable: NFL — Steve Broussard, Jon Arnett, Tom Fears; NBA — Freeman Williams; MLB — Paul Blair, Lyman Bostock, Bob Meusel.

18. Lincoln (San Diego, Calif.) — 31
NFL: 25
NBA: 2
MLB: 4
Notable: NFL — Terrell Davis, Marcus Allen, Dave Grayson; NBA — Norman Powell.

18. Santa Monica (Calif.) — 31
NFL: 20
NBA: 1
MLB: 10
Notable: NFL — Chad Wheeler, Glyn Milburn, Dennis Smith, Dennis Thurman, R.C. Owens, Lee Grosscup; NBA — Bison Dele; MLB — Tim Leary, Rick Monday, Tyler Skaggs.

18. Pasadena (Calif.) — 31
NFL: 19
NBA: 4
MLB: 8
Notable: NFL — Chris McAlister, Jim Wilks; NBA — Michael Cooper; MLB — Dick Williams.

21. South Oak Cliff (Dallas, Texas) — 30
NFL: 24
NBA: 4
MLB: 2
Notable: NFL — Rod Jones, Wayne Morris, Harvey Martin; NBA — Dennis Rodman, Tony Battie, Darrell Arthur.

21. San Diego (Calif.) — 30
NFL: 17
NBA: 2
MLB: 11
Notable: NFL — Art Powell, Charley Powell, Brick Muller, Steve Neal, Darren Comeaux; NBA — Art Williams, Jeremy Tyler; MLB — Graig Nettles, Randy Milligan.

21. Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati, Ohio) — 30
NFL: 15
NBA: 1
MLB: 14
Notable: NFL — Bob Crable, Steve Niehaus, Tom Waddle; NBA — Jaxson Hayes; MLB — Buddy Bell, David Bell, Mike Bell, Ken Griffey Jr., Barry Larkin, Adam Hyzdu.

21. Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.) — 30
NFL: 11
NBA: 9
MLB: 10
Notable: NFL — Matt Barkley, Matt Leinart, John Huarte; NBA — Stanley Johnson, LeRon Ellis, Jamal Simpson; MLB — Sergio Santos, Bob Meacham, Ryan McMahon.

25. Evanston (Ill.) — 29
NFL: 24
NBA: 2
MLB: 3
Notable: NFL — Mike Kenn, Paddy Driscoll, Emery Moorehead.

25. Ball (Galveston, Texas) — 29
NFL: 24
NBA: 1
MLB: 4
Notable: NFL — Mike Evans, Kimble Anders, Charles Alexander; NBA — Damon Jones;

25. Inglewood (Calif.) — 29
NFL: 18
NBA: 7
MLB: 4
Notable: NFL — Benson Mayowa, Patrick Onwuasor; NBA — Reggie Theus, Paul Pierce, Harold Miner, Jay Humphries, Jason Hart; MLB — Coco Crisp, Pat Dodson.

25. George Washington Prep (Los Angeles) — 29
NFL: 14
NBA: 1
MLB: 14
Notable: NFL — James Lofton, Hugh McElhenny; MLB — Mickey Owen.

25. McClymonds (Oakland, Calif.) — 29
NFL: 8
NBA: 8
MLB: 13
Notable: NFL — Marcus Peters, Wendell Hayes, Jimmy Hines; NBA — Bill Russell, Antonio Davis, Paul Silas, Nate Williams, Joe Ellis; MLB — Curt Flood, Lee Lacy, Ernie Lombardi, Vada Pinson, Frank Robinson.

30. Miami (Fla.) — 28
NFL: 18
NBA: 3
MLB: 7
Notable: NFL — Eddie Brown, Andre Johnson; NBA — Udonis Haslem; Doug Edwards, Steve Blake.

30. Coral Gables (Fla.) — 28
NFL: 18
NBA: 1
MLB: 9
Notable: NFL — Frank Gore, Jonathan Vilma, Al Del Greco, Neal Colzie, Gerald Tinker; MLB — MIke Lowell.

30. Hillsborough (Tampa, Fla.) — 28
NFL: 16
NBA: 0
MLB: 12
Notable: NFL — Azeez Al-Shaair, Anthony Brown, Dan Footman; MLB — Elijah Dukes, Carl Everett, Dwight Gooden, Mike Heath, Gary Sheffield.

33. Glenville (Cleveland) — 27
NFL: 27
NBA: 0
MLB: 0
Notable: NFL — Frank Clark, Ted Ginn Jr., Marshon Lattimore, Cardale Jones, Donte Whitner, Benny Friedman.

33. Longview (Texas) — 27
NFL: 23
NBA: 3
MLB: 1
Notable: NFL — Trent Williams, Josh Scobee, Bobby Taylor; NBA — David Wesley; MLB — Chris Davis.

33. Yates (Houston) — 27
NFL: 21
NBA: 5
MLB: 1
Notable: NFL — Santana Dotson, Albert Fontenot, Dexter Manley; NBA — Michael Young, Damyean Dotson; MLB — Steve Henderson.

33. Bishop Amat (La Puente, Calif.) — 27
NFL: 17
NBA: 0
MLB: 10
Notable: NFL — Daylon McCutcheon, Eric Bieniemy, John Sciarra, Bishop Amat, Adrian Young; MLB — Dan Haren, J.R. Phillips.

33. Sarasota (Fla.) — 27
NFL: 10
NBA: 1
MLB: 16
Notable: NFL — Barry Redden, MLB — Scooter Gennett, Casey Kelly.

38. Central (Miami) — 26
NFL: 25
NBA: 0
MLB: 1
Notable: NFL — Dalvin Cook, Devonta Freeman, Willis McGahee, Bruce Armstrong, Elvis Peacock; MLB — Ronnie Belliard.

38. Raines (Jacksonville, Fla.) — 26
NFL: 23
NBA: 2
MLB: 1
Notable: NFL — Jabar Gaffney, Brian Dawkins, Lito Sheppard, Harold Carmichael, Ken Burrough; NBA — Truck Robinson; MLB — Vince Coleman.

38. Washington (Massillon, Ohio) — 26
NFL: 23
NBA: 0
MLB: 3
Notable: NFL — Chris Spielman, Jim Houston, Bob Vogel, Horace Gillom, Devin Smith, Gareon Conley; MLB — Bob Fothergill, Mike Hershberger.

NFL: 20
NBA: 2
MLB: 4
Notable: NFL — Frank Gifford, Jeff Siemon, Theo Bell, Louis Wright; NBA — Robert Swift, Tyrone Wallace; MLB — Steve Ontiveros.

38. Loyola (Los Angeles) — 26
NFL: 16
NBA: 3
MLB: 7
Notable: NFL — Anthony Barr, George Kunz, Matt Ware; NBA — Hollis Thompson, Toby Bailey.

38. Los Angeles (Calif.) — 26
NFL: 16
NBA: 0
MLB: 10
Notable: NFL — Larry Brown, Don Paul, Cal Peterson; MLB — Fred Snodgrass.

38. Centennial (Compton, Calif.) — 26
NFL: 14
NBA: 2
MLB: 10
Notable: NFL — Larry Allen, Paul Lowe; NBA — Arron Afflalo; MLB — Mitchell Page, Len Randle, Lonnie Smith, Reggie Smith, Roy White.

38. Proviso East (Maywood, Ill.) — 26
NFL: 11
NBA: 12
MLB: 3
Notable: NFL — Ray Nitschke, Ed O'Bradovich, Ray Buchanan, NBA — Doc Rivers; Michael Finley, Shannon Brown, Jim Brewer, Jevon Carter.

46. Carol City (Miami) — 25
NFL: 19
NBA: 2
MLB: 4
Notable: NFL — Ricky Jean-Francois, Santana Moss, Kenny Phillips; MLB — Nick Esasky, Danny Tartabull.

46. Muir (Pasadena, Calif.) — 25
NFL: 19
NBA: 3
MLB: 3
Notable: NFL — Rod Sherman, Marcus Robertson, Chad Brown; NBA — Jacque Vaughn, Ryan Hollins, Stacey Augman; MLB — Darrell Evans, Jackie Robinson.

46. Oakland Tech (Oakland, Calif.) — 25
NFL: 10
NBA: 2
MLB: 13
Notable: NFL — Marshawn Lynch, Josh Johnson, John Brodie; NBA — Leon Powe, Jim Pollard; MLB — Ricky Henderson, Cookie Lavagetto.

46. Serra (Gardena, Calif.) — 25
NFL: 21
NBA: 2
MLB: 2
Notable: NFL — Robert Woods, Adoree' Jackson, Marqise Lee; MLB — Dominic Smith.

46. Tyler (Texas) — 25
NFL:
24
NBA: 0
MLB: 1
Notable: NFL — Earl Campbell, Greg Ward, Tyus Bowser.
2021 NFL Draft: Trevor Lawrence one of six former Georgia high school players in first round - HIGHSCORE
2021 NFL Draft: Trevor Lawrence one of six former Georgia high school players in first round
For more than a decade, Georgia's reputation as a high school football hot bed has been gaining on the big three of Florida, Texas and California. On Thursday night, the Peach State surpassed all three during the first night of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Six former Georgia prep standouts, including No. 1 overall selection, Trevor Lawrence, of Cartersville, were picked in the first round to lead all states.

Florida, which didn't have a selection until ninth pick in Patrick Surtain II, of American Heritage (Plantation), had the second most represented with five selections, followed by California, Texas and Louisiana, which each had three.

Utah had two of the first seven picks, headlined by No. 2 overall selection Zach Wilson, of Corner Canyon (Draper). Pennsylvania was the only other state with multiple picks.

Since the turn of the century, Georgia boasts 48 first-round picks and is right on the heels of California (49) for third place behind only Florida (81) and Texas (61).

Rhode Island, thanks to the Colts' No. 21 selection of defensive end Kwity Paye, of Bishop Hendricken (Warwick), was represented in the first round for the first time since at least 2000.

2021 NFL Draft First Round 

No. Player, Position, High School, Picked By

1. Trevor Lawrence, QB, Cartersville (Ga.), Jaguars
2. Zach Wilson, QB, Corner Canyon (Draper, Utah), Jets
3. Trey Lance, QB, Marshall (Minn.), 49ers
4. Kyle Pitts, TE, Archbishop Wood (Warminster, Pa.), Falcons
5. Ja'Marr Chase, WR, Archbishop Rummel (Metairie, La.), Bengals
6. Jaylen Waddle, WR, Episcopal (Bellaire, Texas), Dolphins
7. Penei Sewell, OT, Desert Hills (St. George, Utah), Lions
8. Jaycee Horn, CB, Alpharetta (Ga.), Panthers
9. Patrick Surtain II, CB, American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.), Broncos
10. Devonta Smith, WR, Amite (La.), Eagles
11. Justin Fields, QB, Harrison (Kennesaw, Ga.), Bears
12. Micah Parsons, LB, Harrisburg (Pa.), Cowboys
13. Rashawn Slater, OT, Fort Bend Clements (Sugar Land, Texas), Chargers
14. Alijah Vera-Tucker, OG, Bishop O'Dowd (Oakland, Calif.), Jets
15. Mac Jones, QB, Bolles (Jacksonville, Fla.), Patriots
16. Zaven Collins, LB, Hominy (Okla.), Cardinals
17. Alex Leatherwood, OT, Booker T. Washington (Pensacola, Fla.), Raiders
18. Jaelan Phillips, DE, Redlands East Valley (Redlands, Calif.), Dolphins
19. Jamin Davis, LB, Long County (Ludowici, Ga.), Washington Football Team
20. Kadarius Toney, WR, Blount (Eight Mile, Ala.), Giants
21. Kwity Paye, DE, Bishop Hendricken (Warwick, R.I.), Colts
22. Caleb Farley, CB, Maiden (N.C.), Titans
23. Christian Darrisaw, OT, Riverdale Baptist (Upper Marlboro, Md.), Vikings
24. Najee Harris, RB, Antioch (Calif.), Steelers
25. Travis Etienne, RB, Jennings (La.), Jaguars
26. Greg Newsome II, CB, IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.), Browns
27. Rashod Bateman, WR, Tift County (Tifton, Ga.), Ravens
28. Payton Turner, DE, Westside (Houston, Texas), Saints
29. Eric Stokes, CB, Eastside (Covington, Ga.), Packers
30. Gregory Rousseau, DE, Champagnat Catholic (Hialeah, Fla.), Bills
31. Jayson Oweh, DE, Blair Academy (Blairstown, N.J.), Ravens
32. Joe Tryon, DE, Hazen (Renton, Wash.), Buccaneers