I think it is down a bit but it is tough to quantify without doing some serious research.Ohio had 13 players drafted in 2019:
T George Asafo-Adjei New York Giants (7) Kentucky Lakota West (West Chester)
DB Marquise Blair Seattle (2) Utah Wooster
WR Parris Campbell Indianapolis (2) Ohio State St. Vincent-St. Mary (Akron)
DE John Cominsky Atlanta (4) Charleston (West Virginia) Barberton
G Michael Deiter Miami (3) Wisconsin Genoa
DB Mike Edwards Tampa Bay (3) Kentucky Winton Woods (Cincinnati)
WR Andy Isabella Arizona (2) Massachusetts Mayfield (Cleveland)
DT Dre’Mont Jones Denver (3) Ohio State St. Ignatius (Cleveland)
DB Justin Layne Pittsburgh (3) Michigan State Benedictine (Cleveland)
LB David Long Tennessee (6) West Virginia Winton Woods (Cleveland)
G Wes Martin Washington (4) Indiana Milton Union (West Milton)
RB David Montgomery Chicago (3) Iowa State Mount Healthy (Cincinnati)
RB Benny Snell Pittsburgh (4) Kentucky Westerville Central (Westerville)
This tied for 4th with the state of Georgia. Only Florida, Texas, and California were ahead of Ohio.
The topic at hand is HS football and if you look at when Moeller/Iggy/McKinley were all top ranked 9 times from 76'-97' and Ohio has only been tops one time since with St. X in 07' it says something. We all get fixated on BIG. Regardless, as I stated, no other state minus Texas takes football as serious as Ohio. You have to look at the body of work and when it comes to top to bottom Ohio is tough to beat.