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   The best of the best in Alabama High   
  School Football over the past 100 seasons.





Alabama Players in the National Football League Draft



          The National Football League is an annual event in which the National Football League (NFL) teams select eligible college football players. The teams draft in reverse order relative to their record the previous season. The last place team selects first while the Super Bowl winner selects last.

          In the early years players were drafted more on hearsay and print media than any other reason. All that has changed in recent years as every NFL team will put forth great effort to evaluate the players.

          Alabama high school football players have represented the state well over the years with players selected in almost every draft. The state has produced four overall number one selections and many more first round selections.

Number One Overall NFL Draft Selections
YearRoundPick PlayerPositionTeam High School
201511 Jameis WinstonQBTampa BayHueytown
200711 JaMarcus RussellQBOakland RaidersWilliamson
198811 Aundray BruceLBAtlanta FalconsCarver Montgomery
198611 Bo JacksonRBTampa Bay BuccaneersMcAdory
194811 Harry GilmerQBWashington RedskinsWoodlawn




          Below are links to the Alabama high school football players that have been drafted by the National Football League. If we missed any football players that were drafted by the NFL please use the forums or email us at dparker@ahsfhs.org.

First Round Picks
 
2010-2015 Draft Picks
2000-2009 Draft Picks
 
1990-1999 Draft Picks
1980-1989 Draft Picks
 
1970-1979 Draft Picks
1960-1969 Draft Picks
 
1950-1959 Draft Picks
1936-1949 Draft Picks
   

Players must have played high school football within the state to qualify.




Great Moments in Alabama High School Football History

Collinsville completed the 1931 season with a record of 1-4-5. The five ties will forever be a state record since all games are now decided by overtime.