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Which HS can be deemed your "go to" school. The one where the majority of all the top players at that high school are almost virtually guaranteed a commit to your school?
Cass Technical HS(Detroit)--->Ann Arbor
Used to be Glenville under Tressel. Not sure now with Meyer. I'm hoping it becomes Trotwood-Madison.
devidee what was the story with Carr and the Glenville coach? Non -homer version please. I think its changed now with Brady
It jumps around. It was LB Poly for years, Mater Dei for QBs, Servite, and lately Serra HS.
I'm going to add Norco HS.
This post was edited by Under Review 23 months ago
Looks like another perfect day.
Auburn used to kill Dillard High School in Ft. Lauderdale but that seems to have dried up the past few years. In state most pipelines head across the state.
I have no clue.
The Glenville coach is Ted Ginn Sr. I'm not aware that he and Carr had an issue.
Miramar is a big one for us out of Florida.
As far as talent production the last few years and next year, I can't see another high school approaching Serra.
State College High is our only one, but it doesn't produce a whole lot of Big Ten caliber talent.
I think if I remember right it had something to do with Pierre Woods. Coach Ginn didn't like something during his recruitment. I can't remember the whole story but it was something like that.
Multiple schools in New Orleans.. City has ridiculous talent. Bunch of HOF's and all stars from there.
To name a few off the top of my head. Now that people are back from Katrina.. U see lsu back on top after 2 bad years after the hurricane.
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
damn thats talent like Glades and STA in Fla.
Ryan Clark was the only one LSU got?
We've got a bunch, but one of my favorites is Pahoke.
Also Nease, Southeast, Palm Bay, STA and Hillsborough have been good to UF over the years.
FSU has done well out of First Coast
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
Yes, it had to do with Pierre Woods. Ginn thought Woods was getting a raw deal at UM by Carr for whatever reason.
Limcoln HS in San Diego is another school that has been good to USC
FSU gets whomever it wants, regardless of school, lol.
FSU Football. Making cool the new swag since 2013.
How much talent does Lakeland produce?
Every high school in America - Bama
What's the connection to Crest? I've noticed for several years now Florida cherry picks top talent from NC especially from there.
2005 - 2007 they had 21 kids sign FBS&FCS rides. Not much sense maybe 2-3 a year since.
If they ever get back going Urbs will tap that well for sure.
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Lakewood produces a ton.
fsu does well in pahokee.
Jacksonville is usually a uf stronghold...all 3 florida schools have had their moments in different areas of the state, miami and fsu seem to do better in the south florida miami area.
state of Alabama doesn't really have a true pipeline...one reason is, if a kid grows up a fan at birth of the rival school...it can be tough to flip them. Prattville has been pretty good to Bama in recent years...Saban, however has recruited on a much more national scale, but still focusing on the southeast doing well in georgia and florida.
UF got players from Crest going back to SOS and NC has been very good to UF. UF hits NC hard when the Fl instate talent is down.
Don't forget Farmington Hills Harrison, now that Hoke is in charge.
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