Efficient Radio Resource Management is a key mechanism in interference management in 5G New Radio (NR) networks, specifically in the case of the presence of mobile users moving at high speed. To this end, the prediction and the evaluation of the propagation channel sensitivity requires that the radio resources allocation in NR must be efficient and powerful. Therefore, several scheduling algorithms have been developed and tested using the mmWave model of NS-3 simulator, with the aim of enhancing their contribution to improving the quality of the signal received by users. The performances have been evaluated in terms of Signal-to-Interference-and-Noise-Ratio (SINR) and signal Block Error Rate (BLER). The simulations were run for different types of data flows, and achieved satisfactory results for most schemes. The achievements clearly show the importance of scheduling algorithms in lowering received interference, but they have also demonstrated the stability and reliability of some of those strategies.