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Andrus Peat- 5 :star

Kwon Alexander- 5 :star

Connor Brewer- 4 :star

Zach Banner- 4 :star

Troy Hinds- 4 :star

Greg McMuller- 4 :star

Derek David- 4 :star

Landon Collins- 4 :star

Bart Houston- 4 :star

 

Scout 100 for 2012

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Andrus Peat- 5 :star

Kwon Alexander- 5 :star

Connor Brewer- 4 :star

Zach Banner- 4 :star

Troy Hinds- 4 :star

Greg McMuller- 4 :star

Derek David- 4 :star

Landon Collins- 4 :star

Bart Houston- 4 :star

 

Scout 100 for 2012

 

 

lots of kids from texas on that list.... LOTS more than usual it seems

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Andrus Peat- 5 :star

Kwon Alexander- 5 :star

Connor Brewer- 4 :star

Zach Banner- 4 :star

Troy Hinds- 4 :star

Greg McMuller- 4 :star

Derek David- 4 :star

Landon Collins- 4 :star

Bart Houston- 4 :star

 

Scout 100 for 2012

 

 

lots of kids from texas on that list.... LOTS more than usual it seems

Too bad with the move to the Big 10 + 2, we won't have any Texas players on our roster anymore. Why even bother :dunno

 

:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:

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Texas 15

Florida 13

California 10

Ohio 8

Georgia 7

Pennsylvania 6

Alabama 5

Illinois 4

Arizona 3

Louisiana 3

Maryland 3

Kentucky 2

Michigan 2

Mississippi 2

New Jersey 2

North Carolina 2

South Carolina 2

Washington 2

Colorado 1

Indiana 1

Massachusetts 1

Missouri 1

Oklahoma 1

Oregon 1

Utah 1

Virginia 1

Washington DC 1

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Andrus Peat- 5 :star

Kwon Alexander- 5 :star

Connor Brewer- 4 :star

Zach Banner- 4 :star

Troy Hinds- 4 :star

Greg McMuller- 4 :star

Derek David- 4 :star

Landon Collins- 4 :star

Bart Houston- 4 :star

 

Scout 100 for 2012

 

 

lots of kids from texas on that list.... LOTS more than usual it seems

Too bad with the move to the Big 10 + 2, we won't have any Texas players on our roster anymore. Why even bother :dunno

 

:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:

 

 

if anything it will be a slow drain if anything.. i dont think the coaching staff is gonna pack up and leave the area without a fight and i'm sure you'll get a couple kids every year... especially with a slightly weaker big 12.... kids wanna go where they wil be seen, heard, and play against the best...

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Texas 15

Florida 13

California 10

Ohio 8

Georgia 7

Pennsylvania 6

Alabama 5

Illinois 4

Arizona 3

Louisiana 3

Maryland 3

Kentucky 2

Michigan 2

Mississippi 2

New Jersey 2

North Carolina 2

South Carolina 2

Washington 2

Colorado 1

Indiana 1

Massachusetts 1

Missouri 1

Oklahoma 1

Oregon 1

Utah 1

Virginia 1

Washington DC 1

 

An aside... when I see these lists I marvel that New York, with its huge population base, seems to never produce much in the way of football players. Any thoughts as to why?

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An aside... when I see these lists I marvel that New York, with its huge population base, seems to never produce much in the way of football players. Any thoughts as to why?

 

 

They focus on Basketball 24/7/365

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An aside... when I see these lists I marvel that New York, with its huge population base, seems to never produce much in the way of football players. Any thoughts as to why?

 

 

They focus on Basketball 24/7/365

Baseball is also huge out here.

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Andrus Peat- 5 :star

Kwon Alexander- 5 :star

Connor Brewer- 4 :star

Zach Banner- 4 :star

Troy Hinds- 4 :star

Greg McMuller- 4 :star

Derek David- 4 :star

Landon Collins- 4 :star

Bart Houston- 4 :star

 

Scout 100 for 2012

 

 

lots of kids from texas on that list.... LOTS more than usual it seems

Too bad with the move to the Big 10 + 2, we won't have any Texas players on our roster anymore. Why even bother :dunno

 

:facepalm::facepalm::facepalm:

 

 

if anything it will be a slow drain if anything.. i dont think the coaching staff is gonna pack up and leave the area without a fight and i'm sure you'll get a couple kids every year... especially with a slightly weaker big 12.... kids wanna go where they wil be seen, heard, and play against the best...

I forgot this ------------> :sarcasm

 

Sorry.

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Texas 15

Florida 13

California 10

Ohio 8

Georgia 7

Pennsylvania 6

Alabama 5

Illinois 4

Arizona 3

Louisiana 3

Maryland 3

Kentucky 2

Michigan 2

Mississippi 2

New Jersey 2

North Carolina 2

South Carolina 2

Washington 2

Colorado 1

Indiana 1

Massachusetts 1

Missouri 1

Oklahoma 1

Oregon 1

Utah 1

Virginia 1

Washington DC 1

 

An aside... when I see these lists I marvel that New York, with its huge population base, seems to never produce much in the way of football players. Any thoughts as to why?

 

See the Peter brothers.. (New Jersey)

 

But in all actuality, I think it has more to do with space and coaches.

 

There isn't as much open space in New York, at least in the metro area... So the predominant sport as mentioned is basketball.. second to that is baseball.. football, spare pro teams, is a distant third. Many schools can't afford the $ to maintain and purchase the land for a football field.. They can afford a gym and basketball court, but because the history has been basketball for so many years there are many many qualified and gifted basketball coaches but very few football ones.

 

Really, I think on the east coast you're more likely to find good players out of Baltimore/DC/Phili metros than New York.

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