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Texas among tops at producing NFL talent

Orangebloods Geoff Ketchum follows up on his look at Texas players in the NFL by comparing the drafts' top 26 college teams from 2000-2006.  Much like his earlier look at Texas v. Big 12, Texas is at the top of the list in putting a high percentage of quality players in the league.  

Miami was top dog during this period because of the huge numbers of players they had drafted.  They also had a high hit percentage which makes it all the more impressive, but this is where Texas shined.  We may not have the highest number of players drafted during the period, but a high percentage of them turned into contributors in the league.  Other top teams like USC, Oklahoma, Florida, and LSU haven't had much success in putting quality players in the league.

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