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The hot beds of recruiting have remained generally the same for years, but what states give high school football players the highest odds of making it to FBS football?

According to data from the National Federation of High School Sports and compiled by Saturday Down South, Florida, Georgia, and Louisiana produce the highest percentage of FBS football players of all the high school football players in the state.

Texas remains the nation’s top producer of FBS football players, with 459 Texas high school players signing with FBS schools this season. However, with 103,474 football participants, that means only 1 in 359 players in the state make it to a FBS program.

Florida is second in total FBS players produced with 389, and sent the highest percentage of players to the highest level of college football with 1 in 104 Florida high school football players going to FBS schools. Georgia is second at 1 in 133 (4th overall at 248 total FBS players) and Louisiana comes in third at 1 in 152 (6th overall at 132 total FBS signees).

Top 10 Overall in FBS signees:

1. Texas (459)

2. Florida (389)

3. California (289)

4. Georgia (248)

5. Ohio (135)

6. Louisiana (132)

7. Alabama (89)

8. Mississippi (83)

8. North Carolina (83)

10. Michigan (77)

Top 10 in Percentage of Players Signed:

1. Florida (1 in 104)

2. Georgia (1 in 133)

3. Louisiana (1 in 152)

4. Hawaii (1 in 194)

5. Utah (1 in 247)

6. Alabama (1 in 257)

7. Mississippi (1 in 269)

8. Maryland/D.C. (1 in 285)

9. Ohio (1 in 329)

10. Tennessee (1 in 343)

You can check out the full breakdown here.