All but 13 states claimed former high school players in the 2019 NFL Draft, which concluded Saturday in Nashville (Tenn.).
The top state producers were from a familiar three states, which sent 83 players on to the NFL. The draft drew more than 600,000 fans to Nashville and another 47.5-million watched on the TV or internet, breaking every attendance and viewing record.
Video: Which state produced the most players into the 2019 NFL Draft?
Thirty-seven of the 50 states were represented with draft picks.
So where did all the draftees come from and which state can throw out its collective chest to boast it had the most players drafted?
Watch the video and check out other fun facts, like how many players from host Tennessee had their names called out and which two high schools actually boasted three former players as draftees.