Lone Star, Buckeye states each produce four first-round picks.
What NFL scouts see today was what everyone saw in Colorado when versatile back was piling up 133 touchdowns leading to four state titles.
Texas joins Ohio with three top picks, but trails California's five No. 1 selections.
The consensus first-round pick was a high school standout in Georgia before leading Clemson to a national title.
Florida, Texas and California have produced the most first-round draft picks over the last 10 years, but even Hawaii, North Dakota and Nevada can claim success.
Before emerging as a star at Ohio State, defensive back prospect was filling it up for New Castle High School in Pennsylvania.
Jadeveon Clowney tops the list as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 draft.
A state-by-state look at the schools that have developed the most NFL draftees over the past decade.
Former Alabama prep star and University of Alabama standout is projected going as high as No. 12 in this week's NFL draft.
The USC standout from Serra (Gardena, Calif.) figures to be an NFL game-breaker on both sides of the ball.