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sorry about that just read the first line and some of the players - Atlanta is bad ass in talent
Which is very true, the end of that post just went stupid.
Did. Not. Read.
USC has 11 NC's from mainly So Cal kids so the L.A. area must be doing something right.
Looks like another perfect day.
This post was edited by z28 foody 22 months ago
Miami and it's not even close and LOL @ BamaBornDukie's week troll.
thanks for catching that for me +1
There are more players in the NFL, and MLB, from California than any other state. California is divided into 10 geographic sections. One section produces 65-70% of the Division 1 football recruits and NFL players from California every year. The Southern Section in California produces the most talent year end and year out. South Florida and Metro Dallas also produce huge numbers of players.
Good choice IMO
"Get in where you fit in." Life is, Too Short TL;DR
Miami is the most listed hometown of NFL players. Houston is 2nd. St Thomas Aquinas has the most alums in NFL.
Not guilty y'all got to feel me
I think if you are looking at one city/metro area in terms of high school football teams, it would have to be the Dallas Metroplex, right? Or maybe Atlanta.
Players- probably either Miami or Los Angeles.
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Not surprising since The __ has the most players in the NFL.
I would probably agree. Seems the infrastructure and coaching is much better in Dallas and ATL than in Miami. Most of the powerhouse Miami schools are public schools in poor neighborhoods.
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