The school later converted to a four-year high school and has attracted people from all walks of life, including David Lee Roth, Rodney King and RFK assassinator, Sirhan Sirhan.No one on that level has made it to the NFL from Muir, but five-time Pro Bowl receiver Anthony Miller and three-time Pro Bowl linebacker Chad Brown are the most notable.The most recent player, and the only grad from Muir to play in the NFL in the last decade, was cornerback Kevon Seymour of the Panthers.Twenty years ago, Carson High would have been closer to the top of this list with 18 players.

Additionally, Rick Ross played football at the school and was even good enough to be awarded a scholarship to Albany State.Located in the shadow of the Los Angeles Coliseum, Manual Arts is the third-oldest high school in Los Angeles. The five-time Pro Bowl linebacker never left the state as he was born and raised there, played college at nearby Valdosta State and then spent his entire 14-year NFL career with the Falcons.Another famous Griffin Grizzly Bear is Willie Gault, who won a Super Bowl ring with the ‘85 Bears before setting.With all due respect to the 20 NFL players from Santa Monica High, none of those players would be among the 20 most notable graduates of the school.A who’s who of Hollywood either has passed through this school or its rival, Beverly Hills High, which is just miles away.

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It should come as no surprise that these schools are often the ones given those TV slots as there is a good chance the players playing there now will be the same ones in the NFL in a few years.Here’s a look at the 40 high schools that have produced the most NFL players.Former boxing heavyweight champion George Foreman once dreamed of becoming the next Jim Brown while a student at Wheatley. But Big George dropped out of school at 15 to pursue a boxing career.Plenty of Wheatley Wildcats took Foreman’s place on the football team, including five-time Pro Bowler Lester Hayes, one of the most feared defensive backs in NFL history and a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders.The school has two current NFL players, Xavien Howard and William Jackson III, who shared the same defensive backfield as Wheatley teammates from 2010 to 2011.The school is known for its performing arts program just as much as its football program. Pro Bowlers Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila and Wendell Tyler are the most famous Crenshaw graduates while the Chiefs’ De’Anthony Thomas tops among active players.The school also has produced some pretty good athletes in other sports, including Darryl Strawberry in Major League Baseball and Marques Johnson of the NBA and "White Men Can’t Jump" fame.Crenshaw’s football team has won six state titles, with five of those coming since the 2005 season. But they now house less than half of that with other nearby schools siphoning its enrollment.That drop in the number of students has affected the talent on the football team as just one player has emerged from Fremont to make it to the NFL over the last decade.The biggest name among former Fremont Pathfinders is running back Ricky Bell, who was the first overall pick of the 1977 NFL draft. And they will add at least one more, as quarterback Sam Darnold is projected to be picked within the first five selections of the draft.Ohio State has had 77 players drafted on day one, followed by Notre Dame with 66 and Miami with 65.

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