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LSU's success at recruiting Louisiana | States of Georgia and Ohio added
Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 3:55 pm
LSU signed 55/90, with a 61% success rate. Averaging 9 out of 15 every year.

Louisiana top 15 2013:

LSU - 10
Alabama - 2
A&M - 2
Miami - 1

Louisiana top 15 2012:

LSU - 8
Alabama - 2
Texas - 1
Arkansas - 1
Tennessee - 1
Nebraska - 1
Tulane - 1

Louisiana top 15 2011:

LSU - 11
Alabama - 1
A&M - 1
TCU - 1
Auburn - 1

Louisiana top 15 2010:

LSU - 8
Auburn - 1
Arkansas - 1
A&M - 1
TCU - 1
Houston - 1
Michigan - 1
Memphis - 1

Louisiana top 15 2009:

LSU - 8
Alabama - 3
Tennessee - 1
Arkansas - 1
A&M - 2

Louisiana top 15 2008:

LSU - 10
Alabama - 1
Nebraska - 1
Tulsa - 1
Arkansas - 1
Penn State - 1



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Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 3:55 pm to VermilionTiger
Georiga signed 31 of 90 top 15 recruits in the state of Georgia since 2008. With a 34% success rate. Averaging 5 of the top 15 a year.

Georgia top 15 2013:

Georgia - 2
Auburn - 2
Alabama - 2
Ohio State - 2
South Carolina - 1
Florida - 1
Notre Dame - 1
Tennessee - 1
Georgia Tech 1
Clemson - 1
Ole Miss - 1


Georgia top 15 2012:

Georgia - 4
Alabama - 4
Auburn - 2
Florida State - 1
Stanford - 1
Miami - 1
South Carolina - 1

Georgia top 15 2011:

Georgia - 7
Notre Dame - 1
Alabama - 1
Stanford - 1
Auburn - 2
Tennessee - 1
California - 1
Georgia Tech -1

Georgia top 15 2010:

Georgia - 4
Tennessee - 3
Florida - 2
Alabama - 2
USC - 1
Auburn - 1
Miami - 1
Notre Dame - 1

Georgia top 15 2009:

Georgia - 5
North Carolina - 2
Florida State - 1
Alabama - 1
Auburn - 1
LSU - 1
Duke - 1
Stanford - 1
Tennessee - 1
USC - 1

Georgia top 15 2008:

Georgia - 8
Alabama - 1
Notre Dame - 1
Clemson - 1
Florida - 1
USC - 1
Florida State - 1
Oklahoma - 1


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Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 3:56 pm to VermilionTiger
Ohio State has gotten 33/90 in the top 15 since 2008. With a 37% success rate averaging 5.5 of the top 15 per year.


State of Ohio rankings 2013:

Ohio State - 7
Michigan - 5
West Virginia - 1
Notre Dame - 1
North Carolina - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2012:

Ohio State - 7
Michigan - 3
Northwestern - 1
Oregon - 2
Nebraska - 1
Notre Dame - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2011:

Ohio State - 7
Alabama - 1
USC - 1
Iowa - 1
Notre Dame - 1
Wisconsin - 1
Indiana - 1
Pitt - 1
Toledo - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2010:

Ohio State - 2
Miami - 1
Texas - 1
Michigan State - 1
Nebraska - 1
Notre Dame - 3
Iowa - 1
Louisville - 1
Pitt - 1
Kentucky - 1
Cinci - 1
LSU - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2009:

Ohio State - 8
Michigan - 2
Cinci - 1
Kansas - 1
Illinois - 1
Notre Dame - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2008:

Ohio State - 4
Notre Dame - 2
Penn State - 2
Michigan - 4
Florida State - 1
Illnois - 1


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Posted by FamousAmos on 1/17 at 3:58 pm to VermilionTiger
quote:

This is for LSU fans bitching about Louisiana kids leaving the state. Put things into perspective, that things could be MUCH worse.



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Posted by redfieldk717 on 1/17 at 3:59 pm to VermilionTiger
i love it when people use rational thoughts and facts on here


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Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 4:00 pm to redfieldk717
Redfield, any other state I can use an example on?

Looking for big time talent states, with only one REAL power school in the state.

North Carolina came to mind, so did Virginia.



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Posted by jrodLSUke on 1/17 at 4:00 pm to VermilionTiger
Nice work, sir. When you see the numbers, it really demonstrates just how effective Miles has been with LA recruits.

I wouldn't mind seeing similar data for other SEC schools, but I realize that probably took a lot of work.



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Posted by baytiger on 1/17 at 4:01 pm to VermilionTiger
quote:


This is for LSU fans bitching about Louisiana kids leaving the state. Put things into perspective, that things could be MUCH worse.

yeah, holy frick Georgia Tech



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Posted by baytiger on 1/17 at 4:01 pm to jrodLSUke
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I wouldn't mind seeing similar data for other SEC schools, but I realize that probably took a lot of work.
arkansas could be a decent comparison if they even had 15 d1 prospects a year



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Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 4:02 pm to jrodLSUke
Jrod,

Alabama has two major state programs
Tennessee doesn't have talent
Florida.. well you know.
Texas.. same as Florida
South Carolina has Clemson

My point of all this, LSU is doing a damn fine job of keeping in state talent


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Posted by TheWalrus on 1/17 at 4:03 pm to VermilionTiger
Great post sir.

Spinoff question: Why does it seem like Nkemdiche was never interested in UGA?


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Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 4:04 pm to TheWalrus
Also, this is a recruiting service ranking, not a particular recruiting team board.

I know stars and all that don't matter.. but its the only thing I could use to form my statement.



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Posted by baytiger on 1/17 at 4:05 pm to TheWalrus
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Spinoff question: Why does it seem like Nkemdiche was never interested in UGA?

I wanted to get the frick out of Georgia ASAP when I left high school, too.



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Posted by redfieldk717 on 1/17 at 4:07 pm to VermilionTiger
ohio


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Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 4:07 pm to redfieldk717
I'll do Ohio now


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Posted by MrPackSix on 1/17 at 4:11 pm to redfieldk717
For states with only 2 schools (i.e. South Carolina) what is their combined success at getting the top talent? Do they even split or do teams still raid their states? Just thinking aloud...


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Posted by LSUTil_iDie on 1/17 at 4:13 pm to VermilionTiger
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Georgia top 15 2012:

Georgia - 4
Alabama - 4
Auburn - 2
Florida State - 1
Stanford - 1
Miami - 1
South Carolina - 1



Vadal wasn't top 15 last year?



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Posted by jrodLSUke on 1/17 at 4:21 pm to VermilionTiger
quote:

Georgia top 15 2013:
Georgia - 3 (1 more expected, maybe 2)
LSU - 1 (1 more expected, maybe 2)


FIFY



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Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 4:26 pm to LSUTil_iDie
Ohio State has gotten 33/90 in the top 15 since 2008. With a 37% success rate averaging 5.5 of the top 15 per year.


State of Ohio rankings 2013:

Ohio State - 7
Michigan - 5
West Virginia - 1
Notre Dame - 1
North Carolina - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2012:

Ohio State - 7
Michigan - 3
Northwestern - 1
Oregon - 2
Nebraska - 1
Notre Dame - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2011:

Ohio State - 7
Alabama - 1
USC - 1
Iowa - 1
Notre Dame - 1
Wisconsin - 1
Indiana - 1
Pitt - 1
Toledo - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2010:

Ohio State - 2
Miami - 1
Texas - 1
Michigan State - 1
Nebraska - 1
Notre Dame - 3
Iowa - 1
Louisville - 1
Pitt - 1
Kentucky - 1
Cinci - 1
LSU - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2009:

Ohio State - 8
Michigan - 2
Cinci - 1
Kansas - 1
Illinois - 1
Notre Dame - 1

State of Ohio rankings 2008:

Ohio State - 4
Notre Dame - 2
Penn State - 2
Michigan - 4
Florida State - 1
Illnois - 1


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Posted by VermilionTiger on 1/17 at 4:28 pm to LSUTil_iDie
quote:

Vadal wasn't top 15 last year?



23rd



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