tied with USC and Miami. Likely ahead b/c of the Round Number that the LSU player was drafted.
Also there is this. Click on a letter at the top;
LSU recruits very good athletes and then are taught/coached very good defensive techniques that help them go to the next level
USC recruits some very good athletes, the pro style sets that they have played the last couple of decades helps those athletes transition well into the next level
Texas used to recruit some very good athletes, they had a good run of defensive players play at the next level,but only a sprinkling of offensive players...Texas has not had the reputation lately of having well coached athletes
Just looking at the top 10; four are SEC teams, two Pac 10, two ACC, one Big 10 and one Big 12.
Last edited by Franco; 12-05-2013 at 04:09 PM.
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