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Where Football Players Call Home [Interactive map]
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Posted on 01/16/2014 7:59:04 PM PST by FlJoePa
Interactive county by county map at link.
KEYWORDS: football; ncaa
Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade Counties - wow...
posted on 01/16/2014 7:59:04 PM PST
posted on 01/16/2014 8:05:35 PM PST
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Oh, they do move to get into certain schools, that is for sure.
posted on 01/16/2014 8:10:22 PM PST
Looks like the big majority live in California...
posted on 01/16/2014 8:17:14 PM PST
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posted on 01/16/2014 8:43:44 PM PST
Cincinnati with the strong GCL (Catholic) teams like X, Moeller and Elder turn out a good product.
posted on 01/16/2014 9:34:30 PM PST
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posted on 01/16/2014 9:55:36 PM PST
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Recruiters have known this for years. It used to be the hotbeds for college football talent were Texas, California and “PennWevO” (an area of Eastern Ohio, Northern WV and Western Pennsylvania) but Florida has now become probably the top area in the past 20 years while the rust belt has lost some of its luster.
posted on 01/16/2014 9:58:28 PM PST
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I must be lucky because once you get to know the area, northern California has a very strong high school football presence, with a good number of players going on to college. I know of a number of high schools in my area (Sacramento) that have sent a good number of players to NCAA Division 1 FBS level schools.
posted on 01/16/2014 10:35:17 PM PST
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