State-by-state selections from the 2020 NFL Draft

Staff Report | MaxPreps.com Sunday, April 26, 2020 9:35am

Texas leads the way with 33 players selected in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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Florida produced the most NFL draft selections in each of the last two drafts but the Lone Star State took home that honor this year with 33 players selected.

It was the first time since 2016 that Texas had the most players taken.
Graphic by Ryan Escobar
California (23), Florida (22) and Georgia (21) all finished with over 20 selections.

IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.) had the most players taken with four and St. Joseph's Prep (Philadelphia, Pa.) was the only other school with at least three selections.

Blue Springs (Mo.), Bullis (Potomac, Md.), Cass Tech (Detroit), Columbus (Miami), Deerfield Beach (Fla.), DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.), DeSoto (Texas), Fort Bend Elkins (Missouri City, Texas), Harrison (Farmington Hills, Mich.), Highland Springs (Va.), Lee (Montgomery, Ala.), Oaks Christian (Westlake Village, Calif.) and Pace Academy (Atlanta) all had two players selected. 

In total, 38 states along with Washington D.C. had at least one player selected. Canada also had two players taken.

Alabama - 11
Daniel Thomas - Lee (Montgomery)

Arizona - 3

Arkansas - 2

California - 23
Michael Pittman Jr. - Oaks Christian (Westlake Village)

Colorado - 1

Connecticut - 2

District of Columbia - 1

Florida - 22
Josh Uche - Columbus (Miami)
Jason Strowbridge - Deerfield Beach
KJ Hamler - IMG Academy (Bradenton)
K.J. Osborne - IMG Academy (Bradenton)
Cesar Ruiz - IMG Academy (Bradenton)

Georgia - 21
Andrew Thomas - Pace Academy (Atlanta)

Hawaii - 3

Illinois - 4

Indiana - 3

Iowa - 1

Kansas - 1

Kentucky - 1

Louisiana - 12

Maryland - 8
Justin Herron - Bullis (Potomac)
Chase Young - DeMatha (Hyattsville)

Massachusetts - 2

Michigan - 9
Donovan Peoples-Jones - Cass Tech (Detroit)
Michael Ojemudia - Harrison (Farmington Hills)

Minnesota - 4

Mississippi - 8

Missouri - 3
Khalil Davis - Blue Springs

Oklahoma - 1

Oregon - 3

Pennsylvania - 10
Jon Runyan Jr. - St. Joseph's Prep (Philadelphia)
D'Andre Swift - St. Joseph's Prep (Philadelphia)

South Carolina - 6

South Dakota - 1

Tennessee - 8

Texas - 33
Kenneth Murray - Fort Bend Elkins (Missouri City)

Utah - 4

Virginia - 5
K'Von Wallace - Highland Springs

Washington - 5

Wisconsin - 6

Wyoming - 1

Canada - 2
Chase Claypool - Abbotsford Senior Secondary School (British Columbia)
Neville Gallimore - Canada Prep Academy (Welland, Ontario)