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JamalSanders
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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Minkah Fitzpatrick


Was he not at Hoover?


chillmonster
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
Took a quick peek at the 4 most recent cycles including the current one.

Since 2017
FL- 19
GA- 18
CA- 16
TX- 16

The drop from there is huge. Granted Cali, TX, and FL put out more 4* players than Ga due to population disparities, but at the very top the Peach State punches well above its weight class.
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LBU Bama
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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5. Alabama: 25 6. Louisiana: 20


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deaux
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
Surprised Alabama doesn’t get into Texas more but I guess if they’re getting in everywhere else, they don’t need to


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Gatorbait2008
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
How is USC so bad...Jesus christ


The_Ultimate_Warrior
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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Are you including IMG Academy in your results? That would warp you results a bit if your did.


Yea. The data is scraped directly off of 247.

Here are the 8 guys from IMG that also have their home state listed as "FL"

Nolan Smith
Shea Patterson
Trey Sanders
Evan Neal
Dylan Moses
Taron Vincent
Xavier Thomas
Joshua Kaindoh

Isaac Nauta & Bo Scarbrough are listed under IMG but their home states are listed as Georgia and Alabama.

Of those 8 listed under FL, 2 are actually from FL while 6 are not. That changes up the data a bit, but still keeps FL ahead of TX.


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The_Ultimate_Warrior
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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The one I’m most shocked about is NJ.
Who were those 13 players?


Brian Cushing
Eugene Monroe
Kade Weston
Antwine Perez
Myron Rolle
Will Hill
Savon Huggins
Darius Hamilton
Jabrill Peppers
Minkah Fitzpatrick
Rashan Gary
Justin Shorter
Antonio Alfano

Quite a crew there



skrayper
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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You misspelled UGA


UGA played for a national title just two years ago and lost in OT. They also won the SEC in 2017, and took Alabama to the wire in 2012 and 2018 for a conference title.


McMillan
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
Illinois has to deal with the usual BS from Chicago. That’s a major hindrance to success.


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Korin
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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How is USC so bad...Jesus christ

They were elite 05-08. 09 was zombie Carroll and then they had Kiffin, Sark, and now Helton.
Like any program, it comes down to coaching regardless of resources.
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Korin
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
Here's some more from 2000:

ALABAMA
2000 Mac Tyler (went to Alabama)
2000 Antwan Odom (went to Alabama)


CALIFORNIA
2000 DJ Williams (went to Miami)
2000 Travis Johnson (went to FSU)
2000 Matt Grootegoed (went to USC)
2000 Casey Clausen (went to Tennessee)
2000 Albert Hollis (went to Georgia)

2000 Paul Mociler (went to UCLA)

COLORADO
2000 Marcus Houston (went to Colorado)

DELAWARE
2000 Kwame Harris (went to Stanford)

FLORIDA
2000 Bryant McFadden (went to FSU)
2000 Willis McGahee (went to Miami)
2000 Eric Moore (went to FSU)
2000 Cory Bailey (went to UF, I don't remember him)

GEORGIA
2000 Yohance Buchanan (went to FSU)
2000 Jason Respert (went to Tennessee)
2000 Sean Young (went to Tennessee)


LOUISIANA
2000 Brock Berlin (went to UF, transferred to Miami after the 01 season)

MICHIGAN
2000 Charles Rogers (went to Mich St)
2000 Marco Cooper (went to Ohio St)

MISSISSIPPI
2000 Jason Campbell (went to Auburn)

MISSOURI
2000 Darrell Lee (went to UF, I don't remember him at all though)

NEBRASKA
Chris Septak (went to Nebraska)

NEW JERSEY
Johnnie Morant (went to Syracuse)

NEW YORK
2000 Sam Maldonado (went to Ohio St)

NORTH CAROLINA
2000 OJ Owens (went to Tennessee)

OHIO
2000 Mike Munoz (went to Tennessee)
2000 Antonio Hall (went to Kentucky)

2000 Alphonso Townsend (went to Ohio St)

OKLAHOMA
2000 Wes Sims (went to OU)

PENNSYLVANIA
2000 Jeff Smoker (went to Mich St)

SOUTH CAROLINA
2000 Greg Jones (went to FSU)

TENNESSEE
2000 Albert Means (went to Alabama but we all know what happened)

TEXAS
2000 BJ Johnson (went to Texas)
2000 Chance Mack (went to Texas)
2000 Roy Williams (went to Texas)
2000 Tyson Thompson (went to TCU)
2000 Sloan Thomas (went to Texas)

VIRGINIA
2000 Raymond Mann (went to Virginia)


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I Bleed Garnet
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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Brian Cushing
Eugene Monroe
Kade Weston
Antwine Perez
Myron Rolle
Will Hill
Savon Huggins
Darius Hamilton
Jabrill Peppers
Minkah Fitzpatrick
Rashan Gary
Justin Shorter
Antonio Alfano

Quite a crew there

Big time

Their 5 star recruits normally become Very good


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yatesdog38
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
when did the rest of the 39 states secede from the Union?


The_Ultimate_Warrior
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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when did the rest of the 39 states secede from the Union


At 2:40 AM ET on August 13th, 2019. Never forget.


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Rex Feral
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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quote:
You misspelled UGA


UGA played for a national title just two years ago and lost in OT. They also won the SEC in 2017, and took Alabama to the wire in 2012 and 2018 for a conference title.


I'm still suffering from CMR PTSD


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Hugh McElroy
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
Jimbo has had one full recruiting class at A&M, and he signed two 5*s, and he has three 5*s committed for this class. That's at least 2.5 per year. So, if he'd been at A&M since 2005, that's 33 5*s A&M would have signed.


LSU Patrick
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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Jimbo has had one full recruiting class at A&M, and he signed two 5*s, and he has three 5*s committed for this class. That's at least 2.5 per year. So, if he'd been at A&M since 2005, that's 33 5*s A&M would have signed.


If Jimbo wins the SEC once per decade for 2 decades, how much would it end up costing A&M to be somewhat relevant in football?
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Hugh McElroy
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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how much would it end up costing A&M


Those who can afford the best never have to ask the price.


LSU Patrick
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
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Those who can afford the best never have to ask the price.


Somewhat relevant is the best for A&M I guess.


Hugh McElroy
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re: 247 5* High School Recruits by State Since 2005
I can't even really get mad. This board seems so much happier in general in the weeks leading up to football season. Everybody is giddy, I guess.


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