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Alabama has "6" drafted in the First Round NFL Draft------------0 from Alabama!


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3 hours ago, RedZone said:

When Miami had their 6 drafted in the 1st Round in 2004........4 were from Florida.

 

 

 

3 of Alabama’s 6 happen to be from Florida.

Pat Surtain (American Heritage - Plantation)

Mac Jones (Bolles)

Alex Leatherwood (Pensacola Booker T. Washington)

1 each from UM/FSU/and UF’s backyard (though Pensacola literally is a 30 minute drive to Alabama so that one can slide).

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4 hours ago, DownSouth said:

3 of Alabama’s 6 happen to be from Florida.

Pat Surtain (American Heritage - Plantation)

Mac Jones (Bolles)

Alex Leatherwood (Pensacola Booker T. Washington)

1 each from UM/FSU/and UF’s backyard (though Pensacola literally is a 30 minute drive to Alabama so that one can slide).

3-Florida

1-Louisiana

1-Texas

1- California

0-Alabama

Not really a big deal in the large picture, but in the small picture it's not a great look for Alabama High School football.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

Question is why did they not stay home and play?  Answer they wanted to win titles and play in the NFL.  Those Florida boys knew FSU is a joke.

That's not really the question here.

Alabama just had six selected in the first round of the NFL draft and 0 players were from Alabama.

Not 1..

This brings up many questions if one wanted to ask them, but a kid choosing Alabama over Florida State is not one of them.

 

 

 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, 954gator said:

Meanwhile 1 of 2 of UF’s 1st round picks from Alabama.   None from Fl.

That's a little easier on the eyes and more common of an occurrence. It happens.

What's Florida's draft look like this year?

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10 hours ago, RedZone said:

That's a little easier on the eyes and more common of an occurrence. It happens.

What's Florida's draft look like this year?

Nothing crazy.   Just unusually more off oriented vs def which is more normal.    Can’t remember Florida’s last 1st round skill player.   Harvin?   So having 2 in the first is pretty cool.

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On 4/30/2021 at 7:14 AM, RedZone said:

3-Florida

1-Louisiana

1-Texas

1- California

0-Alabama

Not really a big deal in the large picture, but in the small picture it's not a great look for Alabama High School football.

 

 

Add Pennsylvania and North Carolina to the list.

 

Alabama high school football-0

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2 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

He is an idiot Alabama had Kadarius Toney picked in the first round he went to Blount high school in Mobile.

I would be an idiot if that was what this thread was all about.

Maybe you're the idiot. Oh wait, there's plenty of evidence supporting that.

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1 hour ago, RedZone said:

I would be an idiot if that was what this thread was all about.

Maybe you're the idiot. Oh wait, there's plenty of evidence supporting that.

Boooooo jokes hella corny  🌽 

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4 hours ago, RedZone said:

I would be an idiot if that was what this thread was all about.

Maybe you're the idiot. Oh wait, there's plenty of evidence supporting that.

Alabama high school football-0

that is your post

 

I proved you wrong again.

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On 4/30/2021 at 12:15 AM, RedZone said:

When Miami had their 6 drafted in the 1st Round in 2004........4 were from Florida.

 

 

 

Honestly this isn't a huge surprise as I've said numerous times that a teams college success isn't reflective of the high schools in the state 

 

Alabama is the best college program in the nation but Alabama is at best barely top 10 in high school football

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1 hour ago, Columbiafan said:

Honestly this isn't a huge surprise as I've said numerous times that a teams college success isn't reflective of the high schools in the state 

 

Alabama is the best college program in the nation but Alabama is at best barely top 10 in high school football

Per capital Alabama is top 3 for kids playing college football.

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1 hour ago, Columbiafan said:

Honestly this isn't a huge surprise as I've said numerous times that a teams college success isn't reflective of the high schools in the state 

 

Alabama is the best college program in the nation but Alabama is at best barely top 10 in high school football

This really shows since 1958 Alabama has the best Coaching 60% of the time in the entire country.

1958-1982 Bryant 25 years

1991-1994 Stallings 5 years maybe not the best but as good as anybody except Spurrier or Bowden 

2007-2020 Saban 14 years

So in theory Alabama has had the best Coach 44 of the 62 years.

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51 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

This really shows since 1958 Alabama has the best Coaching 60% of the time in the entire country.

1958-1982 Bryant 25 years

1991-1994 Stallings 5 years maybe not the best but as good as anybody except Spurrier or Bowden 

2007-2020 Saban 14 years

So in theory Alabama has had the best Coach 44 of the 62 years.

This dude seriously listed Stallings cheating ass and have the nerve to say he's better than most of the coaches in the country during the early 90s (When the Big 8 was basically running things).

 

I'm weak...🤣🤣🤣

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8 minutes ago, Frosty4024 said:

This dude seriously listed Stallings cheating ass and have the nerve to say he's better than most of the coaches in the country during the early 90s (When the Big 8 was basically running things).

 

I'm weak...🤣🤣🤣

Stallings did not cheat. Langham took $400.00 from an agent. You don't have a clue about what went on. Alabama's AD was at fault. 

 

Records

1991  11-1

1992 13-0 national champs

1993 9-3-1

1994 12-1

Who was better in that era.

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12 minutes ago, Frosty4024 said:

This dude seriously listed Stallings cheating ass and have the nerve to say he's better than most of the coaches in the country during the early 90s (When the Big 8 was basically running things).

 

I'm weak...🤣🤣🤣

Outside of Nebraska in 1994 what did the big 8 do from 91-94.

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1 hour ago, HooverOutlaw said:

Stallings did not cheat. Langham took $400.00 from an agent. You don't have a clue about what went on. Alabama's AD was at fault.

"Sure he didn't."

Langham signs with an agent, declares for the draft, changes his mind.  Comes back and plays (Bama had to forfeit 9 wins but we'll let that part slide.)

But yeah... Stallings knew nothing. 

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1 hour ago, HooverOutlaw said:

Outside of Nebraska in 1994 what did the big 8 do from 91-94.

Let's see...

(We'll omit Colorado since that was technically 1990.  We'll also ignore Bama's "easy wins" against teams like Temple, Chattanooga, Tulane, etc.)

Miami beat who in 91 to win thier part of the NC?? (NEB)

1992 - Grats to Bama.  Washington and Florida State did ya dirty work for ya.

Florida State beat who in 1993???  It wasn't Bama in that game that's for sure. (Nebraska)

Colorado was 11-1 and couldn't play in the title game thanks to...ya guessed it...NEB.

So yeah...Outside of 92.  It was basically the State of Florida and the Big 8 Champ going at it...with a sprinkle of Washington.

You can list records if you wish (including the forfeits)...In that span in the 90s...SEC was playing catch up.

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