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Yes his mentor is a fan of UGA but a BIGGER fan of Montravius and only wants the best fit for the young man. I hear that the Clemson visit was a home run for Clemson but "BIG MON" is being very patience with his choice of where he will attend school.
Great stuff Keith. Thanks for the insight.
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After the 2010 season, the SEC had 30 more players on NFL rosters than the ACC.
That doesn't seem like a big difference. About 1 more per team.
A look at 2012 opening-day rosters.
Here are the top programs for producing NFL player sin 2012.
1. USC: 44
2. Miami: 37
3. Louisiana State: 36
4. Ohio State: 35
4. Texas 35
4. Georgia: 35
7. Florida: 30
8. Alabama: 26
9. California: 25
9. Iowa: 25
9. Michigan: 25
It may no seem like much, but it's another thing the SEC can beat its chest about. Seven straight national titles and the most guys on NFL rosters.
I understand the 7 straight thing, the NFL thing too, but the fact that The likes of Ole Miss and USC and others are using that card against us and seems to be working is troubling. Look what Clemson had put in the league on the D Line the last few years, that in itself should offset both factors. But when I read about a recruit on the fence and they mention Clemson being a great school BUT this team is in the SEC it just pisses me off. This is why I don't see us landing Adams or Lawson or Alexander this year. No question that's what Muschamp sold Robinson on, and the fact their wrs suck
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