The 2021 NFL Draft was loaded with talent from top to bottom, but a lot of that talent happened to hail from the same group of states.

Six states produced double-digit picks in this year’s draft. Florida led the bunch with 37, while Texas churned out 33 and Georgia sent 21 to the professional ranks. Those three states are known as football hotbeds, so those numbers should not come as much of a surprise.

With the draft in the books, let’s take a look at which states produced the most picks.

Florida — 37

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WR Tutu Atwell — Miami Northwestern

CB Tyson Campbell — American Heritage

RB Michael Carter — Navarre

S Andre Cisco — IMG Academy

S Shawn Davis — Southridge

LS Thomas Fletcher — IMG Academy

OT Stone Forsythe — West Orange

S Richie Grant — Choctawhatchee

S Tyree Gillespie — Vanguard

OT Robert Hainsey — IMG Academy

TE Jacob Harris — Palm Harbor University

RB Khalil Herbert — American Heritage

CB Shemar Jean-Charles — Miramar

S Jamar Johnson — Riverview Sarasota

QB Mac Jones — The Bolles School

DE Joshua Kaindoh — IMG Academy

OT Alex Leatherwood — Booker T. Washington

TE Tre’ McKitty — IMG Academy

QB Kellen Mond — IMG Academy

WR Elijah Moore — St. Thomas Aquinas

CB Greg Newsome II — IMG Academy

WR Tre Nixon — Viera

WR Josh Palmer — St. Thomas Aquinas

CB Aaron Robinson — Deerfield Beach

DE Janarius Robinson — Bay

DE Gregory Rousseau — Champagnat Catholic

DE Chris Rumph II — Bucholz

CB Asante Samuel Jr. — St. Thomas Aquinas

WR Anthony Schwartz — American Heritage

LB Jamien Sherwood — Jensen Beach

DT Tedarrell Slaton — American Heritage

CB Patrick Surtain II — American Heritage

CB Shaun Wade — Trinity Christian Academy

DE Rashad Weaver — Cooper City

S James Wiggins — South Dade

CB Rachad Wildgoose — Miami Northwestern

CB Marco Wilson — American Heritage

Texas — 33

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CB Paulson Adebo — Mansfield

OL Jack Anderson — Frisco

S Joshuah Bledsoe — Dekaney

LB Nick Bolton — Lone Star

DT Bobby Brown III — Lamar

DE Earnest Brown IV — Ryan

LB Baron Browning — Kennedale

OT Sam Cosmi — Atascocita

WR Jaelon Darden — Eisenhower

QB Sam Ehlinger — Westlake

DT Ta’Quon Graham — Temple

TE Kylen Granson — Westlake

OL Brenden Jaimes — Lake Travis

LB Buddy Johnson — Kimball

OT Walker Little — Episcopal

DT Jonathan Marshall — Shepherd

S Trevon Moehrig — Smithson Valley

OT Dan Moore Jr. — West Brook

RB Kene Nwangwu — Heritage

DE Dayo Odeyingbo — Ranchview

DT Levi Onwuzurike — Allen

DE Joseph Ossai — Oak Ridge

OT William Sherman — Allen

OT Rashawn Slater — Fort Bend Clements

CB Brandon Stephens — Plano

S Caden Sterns — Steele

LB Grant Stuard — Oak Ridge

QB Kyle Trask — Manvel

DE Payton Turner — Westside

WR Jaylen Waddle — Episcopal

WR Tylan Wallace — South Hills

DT Milton Williams — Crowley

Georgia — 21

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WR Kawaan Baker — Hapeville Charter

WR Rashod Bateman — Tift County

WR Jalen Camp — South Forsyth

CB Michael Carter II — South Paulding

OL Ben Cleveland — Stephens County

LB Jamin Davis — Long County

QB Justin Fields — Harrison

CB Tay Gowan — Newton

C Trey Hill — Houston County

CB Jaycee Horn — Alpharetta

LB Ernest Jones — Ware County

QB Trevor Lawrence — Cartersville

S Richard LeCounte — Liberty County

QB Davis Mills — Greater Atlanta Christian

EDGE Azeez Ojulari — Marietta

EDGE Cameron Sample — Shiloh

RB Trey Sermon — Sprayberry

EDGE Jordan Smith — Long County

CB Eric Stokes — Eastside

TE Tommy Tremble — Wesleyan

California — 19

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OG Aaron Banks — El Cerrito

QB Ian Book — Oak Ridge

CB Camryn Bynum — Centennial

OL Drew Dalman — Palma

IOL Wyatt Davis — St. John Bosco

RB/WR Demetric Felton — Great Oak

CB Thomas Graham Jr. — Rancho Cucamonga

CB Darren Hall — Rancho Cucamonga

RB Najee Harris — Antioch

S Jevon Holland — Bishop O’Dowd

RB Jermar Jefferson — Narbonne

CB Deommodore Lenoir — Salesian

DE Jaelen Phillips — Redlands East Valley

WR Amon-Ra St. Brown — Mater Dei

CB Keith Taylor — Servite

IOL Alijah Vera-Tucker — Bishop O’Dowd

CB Chris Wilcox — Roosevelt

CB Avery Williams — JSerra Catholic

CB Nashon Wright — James Logan

Louisiana — 13

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WR Ja’Marr Chase — Archbishop Rummel

RB Travis Etienne — Jennings

CB Kelvin Joseph — Scotlandville

WR Terrace Marshall Jr. — Parkway

WR Racey McMath — Edna Karr

RB Elijah Mitchell — Erath

CB Israel Mukuamu — Parkway

IDL Tyler Shelvin — Notre Dame

CB Robert Rochell — Fair Park

WR DeVonta Smith — Amite

WR Marquez Stevenson — Northwood

LB Garret Wallow — John Curtis Christian

CB Rodarius Williams — Calvary Baptist Academy

North Carolina — 10

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WR Dyami Brown — West Mecklenburg

S Divine Deablo — Mount Tabor

IOL Landon Dickerson — South Caldwell

CB Caleb Farley — Maiden

DT Alim McNeil — Sanderson

LB Hamsah Nasirildeen — Concord

WR Cornell Powell — J.H. Rose

RB Larry Roundtree III — Millbrook

LB Chazz Surratt — East Lincoln

RB Javonte Williams — Wallace-Rose Hill