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    http://footballscoop.com/news/study-...hools-america/
    A total of 101 high schools have produced at least 30 FBS signees over the past 14 recruiting cycles, an just north of two per year, according to data compiled by CFB Data Lab. Thirty-seven schools produced 42 signees — three per year — and 13 high schools held an average at least four recruits per year.
    High Schools Producing Most FBS Signees, 2004-17
    1. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) — 130
    2. Miami Central (Fla.) — 78
    3. Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio) — 74
    4. DeSoto (Texas), Stephenson (Stone Mountain, Ga.) — 70
    6. Cedar Hill (Texas) — 69
    7. Buford (Ga.) — 63
    8. Long Beach Poly (Calif.) — 61
    9. Dallas Skyline (Texas) — 60
    10. DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, Md.) — 58

    A total of 18 states made the list, easily led by Florida’s 27 high schools. Texas was a comfortable second with 20, and Georgia surpassed California as the third best state for one-stop shopping.

    Number of High Schools With At Least 30 FBS Signees, 2004-17
    1. Florida — 27
    2. Texas — 20
    3. Georgia — 11
    4. California — 10
    5. Ohio — 7
    6. Louisiana — 5
    7. Arizona, Hawaii — 3
    9. Alabama, Maryland, Oklahoma, Utah — 2
    13. Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania — 1

    CFB Data Lab also analyzed which high schools produce the highest-rated recruits, finding 18 schools that averaged a 3.0 star rating or greater, including half of California’s 10 representatives.

    3.2 stars: Westlake Village Oaks Christian (Calif.), Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.), Junipero Serra (Calif.)

    3.1 stars: Columbus Carver (Ga.), Las Vegas Bishop Gorman (Nev.), Tyrone Sandy Creek (Ga.)

    3.0 stars: St. John Bosco (Calif.), Detroit Cass Tech (Mich.), Orange County Lutheran (Calif.), Powder Springs McEachern (Ga.), Dallas Skyline (Texas), Jacksonville Trinity Christian (Fla.), DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, Md.), Tallahassee Godby (Fla.), Orlando Phillips (Fla.), Euless Trinity (Texas), Long Beach Poly (Calif.), Denton Ryan (Texas)

    Top High Schools - Interactive Map
    https://public.tableau.com/profile/a...ared/HN48B4CXB

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    I have no idea why we don’t recruit the DC area heavily. Untapped resource.
    Too many Urkels on your team that's why your wins low

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimojoe View Post
    I have no idea why we don’t recruit the DC area heavily. Untapped resource.
    That's simple.... $$$. With only 1800+ people donating to the Eagle fund, can't quite afford to recruit an area that far away heavily.

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    I'm not deep into statewide HS football, but is it strange that I've never heard of Stephenson HS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimojoe View Post
    I have no idea why we don’t recruit the DC area heavily. Untapped resource.
    THAT is your takeaway from all that provided recruiting information? Florida is the best recruiting state in the nation, Georgia just took the #3 spot and you would have us divert resources to DC to try to convince yankees to move to SE Georgia, lol, you really are just a troll.

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    We recruit Florida heavily. Most places in Florida are as far away as DC.
    Too many Urkels on your team that's why your wins low

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimojoe View Post
    We recruit Florida heavily. Most places in Florida are as far away as DC.
    Most? Literally nowhere in mainland Florida worth recruiting is as far as Washington DC from Statesboro, GA.

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    Default Re: The most talent-rich high schools in America are…

    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimojoe View Post
    We recruit Florida heavily. Most places in Florida are as far away as DC.
    Statesboro to DC: 592 miles
    Statesboro to Jacksonville: 168 miles
    Orlando: 310 miles
    Miami: 515 miles
    Tallahasse: 244 Miles
    Pensacola: 417 miles
    Tampa: 365 miles

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    Miami, Lauderdale? Yet, we constantly get guys from NC.
    Too many Urkels on your team that's why your wins low

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eskimojoe View Post
    Miami, Lauderdale? Yet, we constantly get guys from NC.
    You're the one who said DC was closer than Florida. I just picked some of the major cities throughout the state to prove you're wrong, as usual. NC was nowhere in your statement about distance. We all know you don't deal with facts.
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