High school has 5 former players picked up by NFL teams

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NFL-DraftLOS ANGELES – Five players from the same high school were picked up by NFL teams this weekend, including the San Diego Chargers, according the Los Angeles Times.

All players graduated from Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles. Two former were drafted and three signed as free agents.

Drafted were center Marcus Martin by the 49ers and running back De’Anthony Thomas by the Chiefs.

Signed as free agents were receiver Noel Grigsby by the Raiders; offensive lineman Abasi Salimu by the Rams, and defensive back Greg Ducre by the Chargers.