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I know that Detroit Cass Tech is Michigan's. I know Glenville is OSU's. Don't know any others besides those 2. What is yours?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by TAMUWolverine 14 months ago
Every school in Alabama unless it's scraps for AU imo.
FSU has a few and sometimes it rotates depending on if that school is producing players or not
Lincoln in Tallahassee is one that has always been kind to FSU over the years
First Coast in Jacksonville has sent a bunch recently
St Thomas Aquinas in Ft Lauderdale sends kids everywhere really, but sends a fair share to FSU
Lowdnes in Valdosta GA ( very close to Tallahassee ) sends kids to FSU here and there
Madison High School just south of FSU is a FSU feeder school when they produce major D1 talent
It really depends on the year
I would say Madison and Lincoln are usually locks to send their best players to FSU, so these would be the 2 main pipelines and the fact they are very close to FSU is why its pretty easy to snatch their players.... First Coast is right there with them in recent years
This post was edited by NoVaNoles 14 months ago
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
South Panola->Ole Miss
Anti pipeline schools are easier to list
Whatever school Leonard Williams and Q Powell went to.
Junipero Serra, Mater Dei, and plenty more.
Arkansas Razorbacks would have to be:
Little Rock Parkview
Fayetteville High School.
Yes I wish we had a couple more.
No joke, pretty much Louisiana.
Also, Branch Ely has been good to us recently (not saying its a pipeline) but Patrick Peterson, Rashard Robinson and Avery Johnson recently.. There's another one of the '14 class but I can't remember the name.
We have no instate competition so it's safe to say most Louisiana HS are LSU "pipelines".
We do well in Houston too but no particular school, just get a TON of guys from Houston every year.
This post was edited by Lesticals 14 months ago
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
Pretty much the whole state but the most talent producing schools are Hoover (though it has been a few years since they put out a high caliber player. Humphrey in '14 is the first in a while), Prattville, St Paul's in Mobile, Vigor in Mobile
Norcross High School in Georgia has sent more than a few guys our way.
Under Saban we have recruited the state of Georgia about as hard as Alabama though.
Miramar High School in Florida. Not sure if its a pipeline, but WVU has done very well recruiting that school. Doesn't hurt to have a former mountaineer as their head coach.
not anymore though
i disagree, especially if Miami get slammed by sanctions which is more likely than not
WVU could easily set up shop and take advantage of the benefits imo
I don't see them getting Cole or many high caliber guys, but if they produces any mid range 3 stars and maybe a few 4 stars.... well then I could see WVU continuing to snatch players from Miramar
The success of Bailey and Smith will certainly not go unnoticed down there, and like Mountie says it never hurts to have a connection like the one WVU has with their HC
Now if he leaves all bets are off, but for now WVU has 2 feet in the door if you ask me and so long as Miami continues to blow ass it will be easier and easier to grab player after player
I also think one school could be a pipeline to a few schools, look no further than STA.... a case could be made for them being a pipeline to Miami and FSU
I'd say Serra, Mater Dei, and Poly have been the big ones.
I can only think of three?
I think groz was saying that Miramar's HC is pissed off at WVU for the way they treated a kid. I'm probably wrong, though. Could've sworn I had a rumor along those lines not too long ago.
Lolz, well now I feel like a horses patoot
Y'all signed only three players from Georgia for the 2013 class
I would add Foley to that list. Julio Jones, Robert Lester, dj Fluker and this year Darius Paige
2007- Darius Hanks
2008- Devonta Bolton
2010- Adrian Hubbard
2013- Alvin Kamara
2006- Fred Munzenmaier- Practically begged Mike Shula for an offer the entire Summer. Shula sucks so he never offered.
2009- Prince Kent- Tried to commit to us twice. We said no, he tried again, and things just got awkward. God knows where he ended up.
2014- Lorenzo Carter- Bama lock!
Yup they treated his boy Ivan McCartney sh*t so he pissed off with them.
Auburn's pipeline is Bama's 6th string and processed transfers.
With Nebraska having to recruit coast to coast, it'd be hard to nail down a lone state as our pipeline -- let alone a single high school.
If Nebraska had one itd be Cardinal Mooney I guess. But recruiting coast to coast it makes it hard. Also it takes the right kind of kid to come to Nebraska. The word itself scares most.
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