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Football: Colton had the most players taken in NFL draft

Colton High led all high schools in having the most former players selected in the NFL draft with three, according to USA Football.

There were 243 schools represented among the 254 players selected.

Colton tied Concord De La Salle, Long Beach Poly and Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas for the most players selected in a single NFL draft in the last six years.

Colton's ex-players were Allen Bradford, Jimmy Smith and Shareece Wright.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 
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Joey

Great job. Colton is proud of all three of you.

I actually see 2 of the 3 making it. Allen needs to work hard...but the opporutinity is there!

troyno

Chances are only Smith will make it. Wright will probably get arrested during rookie camp.

Verballistic

Go Colton High!!


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