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Football Still Runs Through the State of Florida

WeBallinBoyz

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I’m not a huge “Florida over everyone bro” guy, but pretty damning stat here.

5 different cities just in this graphic. Just goes to show that while we certainly need a balance of national and local, there are PLENTY of studs here; it’s up to the staff to identify them and get ‘em on board.
 

skyman

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40 players between Miami, Plantation and Fort Lauderdale.. Then turn IMG to our satellite feeder for our national recruits..

Also I wonder how many are actual Hurricane alum..
 

DTP

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Throw the entire Bradenton list in the trash because of IMG but between Miami, Tampa and Fort Lauderdale, you can’t argue that Florida produces football talent at the highest level
 

Andrew

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I am surprised Atlanta had 13. Football talent in metro Atlanta tends to be more OTP.
 

CoachDannyMiaz

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Georgia a large state, but still punching above its weight class compared to FL, TX and CA. It's impressive.

Just imagine what FL's numbers would be if it had the coaching and infrastructure (AND PAY) like GA and TX do.

FL's gotta be the only state with 3 schools with multiple national championships right?
For the most part, the kids here produce at the next 2 levels.
 
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