Oh guys, here is the start to the new info you wanted. This is the most recent 2005 class of recruits and their respected States that the represent:
Top 100 prospects of this years NCAA recruits
Texas - 7
Califor - 6
Florida - 4
La - 1
Cali - 12
Texas === had the 9th overall player
La =====had the # 2 top recruit (SLC's qb might know his name)
Cali===== had the 1st overall
Florida got the==== #5, #6, and #7 spot.
Now its up to you do break it down. Cali got the #1 prospect, while florida had 3 of the top 10. Texas only had one in the top 10, but the most in the top 50, and second most in the top 100, behind Cali, who had the #1 best out there. This one is going to be hard to break down on which state produces the most talent. If it broken down into just the top 100 everything aside then it looks like this:
Cali - 12 == 12% (of top 100 recruits produced)
Texas -11== 11% "" "
Florida- 10=== 10%
La -3=== 3%
Overall breakdown and ranking: La is out, and I would have to rank it Florida, Cali, Texas this year as much as I had to do so. Florida goes ahead of Cali due to the fact that they produced 3 in the top 10, and Cali had more than total than Texas, with the # 1 recruit compared to Texas's # 9. So based on talent in the US here is my final best talent producing team from the 2005 graduating class
# 2 California
# 3 Texas
The year prior it was:
Texas, La, Fl and then Cali. Now there are several kids that may not have been a top 100 prosepect that might be great in college or the NFL, however some of these top players might not be very good. But as of this, this is how it stands right now.
Here is another fun fact, between these 3 power states they had 33 percent of the top recruits in the nation, yet they only make up 6% of the nations states. More to come. Analyze this and see where you might disagree with anything. I was going to take more time on it, but I really wanted to find out today!