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One doesn’t need to be a huge high school football fan to figure out where the majority of the top college recruits in the country are from.
Texas and Florida, of course.
Heading into the regular National Signing Day period that starts Wednesday, a tally of the top 250 recruits from the Class of 2020, according to 247Sports, reveals that Florida and Texas each claim 38 players who got their high school football training from those respective states.
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