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The Raiders three newest NFL draft picks were teammates in 2010 http://t.co/m7MUC8e4Zb- Aquinas Football (@STA_Football) May 4, 2015
And the winner of the 2015 NFL Draft is ….. Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
At least, that's the case in terms of bragging rights.
USA Football broke down the draft by high school and state, and revealed that St. Thomas Aquinas was the only school with three draft picks this year. They were wide receiver Phillip Dorsett, who went to Indianapolis in the first round, wide receiver Rashad Greene to Jacksonville in the fifth and offensive guard Bobby Hart to the New York Giants in the seventh.
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Grant (Sacramento, Calif.): Shaq ThompsonClick Billy Ryan (Denton, Texas): Mario Edwards, Jr.Click There were more than a dozen high schools with two alums getting the call in this year's NFL Draft:Here to view this Link. (Oakland/2); Bud SasserClick There were more than a dozen high schools with two alums getting the call in this year's NFL Draft:Here to view this Link. (St. Louis/6)Here to view this Link. (Carolina/1); James SampleClick Billy Ryan (Denton, Texas): Mario Edwards, Jr.Click There were more than a dozen high schools with two alums getting the call in this year's NFL Draft:Here to view this Link. (Oakland/2); Bud SasserClick There were more than a dozen high schools with two alums getting the call in this year's NFL Draft:Here to view this Link. (St. Louis/6)Here to view this Link. (Jacksonville/4)
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Hutchinson, Kan: Geneo Grissom (New England/3); Ben Heeney (Oakland; 5)
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Jackson, Ga.: Lorenzo Mauldin (New York Jets/3); Neiron Ball (Oakland/5)
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Lakewood (Saint Petersburg, Fla.): Dante Fowler, Jr. (Jacksonville/1); Austin Reiter (Washington/7)
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Mary D. Bradford (Kenosha, Wis.): Trae Waynes (Minnesota/1); Melvin Gordon (San Diego/1)
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Miami Norland (Miami, Fla.): Ereck FlowersClick Miami Central (Miami, Fla.): John Miller (Buffalo/3); Charles Gaines (Cleveland/6)Here to view this Link. (New York Giants/1); Duke JohnsonClick Miami Central (Miami, Fla.): John Miller (Buffalo/3); Charles Gaines (Cleveland/6)Here to view this Link. (Cleveland/3)
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Miami Northwestern (Miami, Fla.): Amari Cooper (Oakland/1); Tray Walker (Baltimore/4)
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Norcross (Norcross, Ga.): Max Garcia (Denver/4); Geremy Davis (New York Giants/6)
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North Gwinnett (Suwanee, Ga.): C.J. Uzomah (Cincinnati/5); Austin Shepherd (Minnesota/7)
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Oxford (Oxford, Ala.): Kwon Alexander (Tampa Bay/4); Bobby McCain (Miami/5)
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Stephenson (Dekalb County, Ga.): Preston Smith (Washington/2); Mike Davis (San Francisco/4)
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Vigor (Mobile, Ala.): Jalston Fowler (Tennessee/4); Darius Philon (San Diego/6)
As for the state bragging rights, the Sunshine State led the way with 39. Georgia (30) edged Texas (27) and California (26) for second, while Alabama (14) and Ohio (10) also landed in the top 10.
Dorsett's selection marks the 6th straight year that a Raider has been taken in the #NFLDraft- Aquinas Football (@STA_Football) May 1, 2015
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