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On the eve of the 2013 NFL draft, we wrap our series looking at the top talent producing schools of the last 15 years. Who's No. 1: USC, Georgia or Miami (Fla.)?
Plus a great human interest story I wrote for 247 on Louisiana WR Trey Quinn, who will play in the Army all-star game as a tribute to a cousin killed in Afghanistan in 2009:
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USC players don't live up to their high draft picks while uga players normally do better than expected. Also in the last 5 or so years Miami had fallen off pretty bad. if this is a case where the turtle beats the hare then there is a case uga is #1
So you are saying that Miami has fallen off we still have players in the League who are doing well, even though we have had some retire but If you take the time an check some NFL rosters you will be surprised to see how many players from Miami are active.
I feel these past few year have been Hard on us but next year draft you will see us Back in the Draft on the Offensive side in a Big Way.
I for one have always felt Georgia was under appreciated with their contributions of players in the League and I am talking about Overall guys, Just like we are known for a great deal of Impact guys in the League but we still have a lot of guys who are getting drafted in the rounds of 3-6 rounds, Oliver Vernon and Lamar Miller are a few as well as Sam Shields who went undrafted but is starting at Green Bay.
Laron Byrd is a wr on the Cardinals roster and Tommy Streeter is a WR on the Ravens Roster and all of those players went in the last 2 years.
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